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Northland schools celebrate UMAC championships

DULUTH, MN-- Saturday afternoon, several UMAC Championships came out of the Northland.

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The CSS Women's Golf program won its fifth consecutive UMAC Championship.

The Saints also swept significant awards. Rachel Gray earned coach of the year, Two-Harbors Hannah Johnson earned player of the year, sophomore Olivia Wright took home the tournament low-medalist, and freshman Anna Lindeman won rookie of the year.

The Saints automatically qualify and punch a ticket to the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships. The NCAA Championships tee off on Tuesday, May 11th, and will take place at Forest Akers Golf Course in Lansing, Michigan.

The UWS Men's golf team won their third-straight UMAC championship on Saturday afternoon as well.

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Head coach Paul Eberhardt earned coach of the year, senior, and Duluth's very own Joey Cummings made player of the year. Another hometown fellow, senior Ryan Peterson, won the low-medalist.

This victory launches UWS into the NCAA Division III championship; tee time is set for May 11th in Wheeling, West Virginia, at Oglebay Resort and Conference Center.

An additional champion was crowned on Saturday afternoon in the Twin Ports.

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The Women's Soccer team of St. Scholastica took home their 18th UMAC Regular Season Title. The Saints remain undefeated with a record of 7-0.

They are the top seed for the UMAC Tournament next week, Wednesday, and will host the University of Northwestern (MN) for their semifinal match.

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