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Anderson's both win at Jackrabbit Invite



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It came as no surprise that NDSU's Amy Anderson won the first ever Jackrabbit Invite held in Sioux Falls Sunday and Monday. She shot 71-70-75 at Minnehaha Country Club to win by 10 shots. Anderson has made a name for herslef on a national level but finishiong 2nd in the Women's Amateur 2 years ago and also by leading in the Women's U.S. Open. But her brother was not to be out-done. He was the men's medalist as well. See the team and indivdual scores in the KDLT Scoreboard.
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