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Saints Golfer Connor Hausauer to be honored Saturday at Cat-Griz Football game for service to community

Conor Hausauer

HELENA – Carroll College junior golfer Connor Hausauer has been selected as a Montana Athlete in Service Award Winner for 2013.

The award winners are being recognized for their commitment to civic engagement and volunteerism, and the impact that their service has on their communities.

Due to Connor’s dedication to community, Hausauer will be one of 10 student-athletes from schools across the state to receive the 2013 Montana Athletes in Service Award Saturday at the Griz-Cat football game in Bozeman. 

“I’ve been privileged to be around some of the best and brightest student leaders and Connor is one of the tops on my list.  Connor brings out the best in those around him and is always thinking about others,” Carroll College head golf coach Ben MacIntyre said.

Hausauer, originally from Bozeman, MT majors in secondary education for history and is pursuing a minor in political science and social studies.

The junior standout golfer tirelessly contributes to his community as a resident assistant in Guadalupe Hall and Borromeo Hall at Carroll College.

He is also a sponsor and president of the Red Cross Club on campus and is on the Board of Directors for the local Red Cross Chapter in Helena and is in charge of blood drives on campus.

Hausauer volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, Campus Ministry retreats and at the Helena Humane Society. 

As a secondary education major, Hausauer has put his education to work as a tutor at Broadwater Elementary and as a coach in Bozeman for Special Olympics Golf.

“Participating in community service is exceptionally important to me because it allows me to make a difference in individuals’ lives and in the community.  It gives me great pleasure to see the concrete benefits community service creates,” Hausauer said.

These recognitions have been presented since 2001, and will be presented by Flathead Valley Community College president Jane Karas, Montana president Royce Engstrom, Montana State president Waded Cruzado, Governor Steve Bullock and Lt. Governor John Walsh. 

2013 Montana Athletes in Service Award Winners 

  • Andy Austin, Montana State University football (senior, psychology)
  • Taylor Cummings, MSU Northern women's basketball (senior, civil engineering)
  • Kelsey DeWit, Montana Tech women's basketball (senior, business management)
  • Haylee Gallegos, Dawson Community College women's basketball (sophomore, nursing)
  • Eva Green, Salish Kootenai College women's basketball (junior, business)
  • Jayde Hair, Rocky Mountain College volleyball (junior, biology)
  • Connor Hausauer, Carroll College men's golf (junior, secondary education)
  • Brian Labbe, University of Montana-Western football (senior, elementary education)
  • Lewis Polkow, MSU Billings track and field (senior, secondary education)
  • Jordan Sullivan, University of Montana women's basketball (senior, marketing)

Photo Credit:  Grant Hanson, photosbygrant.com

By the Helena IR

The Carroll College men’s and women’s golf teams each placed second at the University of Great Falls Invitational on Tuesday behind third-place individual finishes.

Connor Hausauer took third with a 79-75—154 at Meadow Lark Country Club to lead the Carroll men. Taylor Ratliff was one stroke behind Hausauer (79-76—155) to tie for fourth place. Hausauer and Ratliff both made the all-tournament team. Jared Kenny placed ninth (77-81—158), Colin Gunstream tied for 12th (83-79—162), Michael Lavin took 15th (83-80—163) and Justin Galiher was 17th (87-80—167) to round out the scoring for the Saints (318-310—628).

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By the Helena IR

The Carroll men’s golf team finished fourth at the Rocky Mountain College Golf Invitational on Monday while the women’s team placed eighth. The tournament, held at Peter Yeagan Golf Club, had 11 men’s teams and eight women’s teams.

Leading the men was Taylor Ratliff’s 3-over 216, helping him to a tie for sixth. Connor Hausauer finished in 10th with a 218. For the women, Carroll’s Jackie Mee finished in fourth with a 230.

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By the Helena IR

Carroll College’s Connor Hausauer has been named the Frontier Conference Men’s Golfer of the Week. A junior from Bozeman, Hausauer won the Carroll College Classic with a 1-under 212 at Green Meadow Country Club last week. He helped the team to a second-place finish in the 10-team tourney.

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By Troy Shockley, Helena IR

At MSU Billings’ Yellowjacket Fall Invitational last weekend, Carroll’s Connor Hausauer led after the first day, only to slide into a fifth-place finish.

On Tuesday, though, Hausauer held onto his first-day lead at the Carroll College Classic and pulled out the individual championship at Green Meadow Country Club. Hausauer carded a third-round 69 — matching the round of runner-up Daniel Thompsett of Rocky Mountain College — to take the title by two strokes with a 1-under 212. Lewis-Clark State’s James Walkinshaw was third with a 215. As a team, Rocky pulled away to take the title with an 870. Carroll’s men were second at 899, and LC State took third with a 904.

“I was nervous starting with a one-shot lead, but I got things rolling with a 31 on the front,” said the Bozeman native, who placed 10th at this year’s Montana State Am. “It was a great start, and I just tried to keep it rolling from there.”

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By Troy Shockley, Helena IR

They had cold, they had wind, and they even had a bit of frost at the start of the day. But, by the end of two rounds of the Carroll College Classic at Green Meadow Country Club on Monday, the Saints were sitting in a good spot.

The men, paced by Bozeman’s Connor Hausauer, enter today’s final 18 holes in second place, just five shots behind a strong Rocky Mountain College team.  The women, fueled by Jackie Mee, are third.

“The conditions were tough out there with the wind and cooler temperatures,” coach Ben MacIntyre said. “Several of the holes were just dead into the wind. So you had some of these short par 3s where they were hitting just long irons.”

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By the Helena IR

Jackie Mee is getting her junior season started off strong, being named this week’s Frontier Conference women’s golfer of the week. A junior from Libby, Mee was 16th at the Montana Grizzly Invitational and then claimed first at the MSU-Billings Yellowjacket Invitational with a two-round total of 153.

Playing host

The Saints will hold the Carroll College Invitational at Green Meadow Country Club next week. The event will feature every team in the conference and run Monday and Tuesday.

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If you have any questions or want additional information please contact:

Bennett MacIntyre
Men's and Women's Golf Coach
1601 N. Benton Ave.
Helena, MT 59625
Email: BMacIntyre@Carroll.edu
Phone (406) 447-4374

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