The Carroll College golf team resumes conference play Monday and Tuesday at the Lewis-Clark Frontier Conference Invitational at the Lewiston Golf and Country Club overlooking the Snake River in Lewiston, Idaho.
The tournament is the third of three Frontier Conference tournaments this season, and the first since the Carroll College Invitational in September.
The Carroll women finished third at the CC Invite behind Lewis-Clark and Rocky Mountain with the best two-round team score in school history. The Carroll men finished third behind Lewis-Clark and just one stroke behind Montana Tech.
The women play 18 holes both days and the men play 36 holes Monday and 18 holes Tuesday. The weather in Lewiston calls for rain and wind Monday with clear skies expected for Tuesday.
The tournament is the last before the Frontier Conference Golf Championship April 18-20 at ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona.
The shotgun start is scheduled for 8 a.m. Pacific Time Monday.