College athletes: Jonna Curtis injured after fine start for New Hampshire
Elk River’s Jonna Curtis is sidelined with a broken collarbone after an excellent start with the New Hampshire women’s hockey team.
Curtis, the Elks’ all-time hockey scoring leader, had a goal and six assists in six games. The Wildcats were 4-2 when she was injured and are 4-7-1 now. Curtis, who had 155 goals with the Elks, notched her first collegiate goal again Vermont on Oct. 16.
Nick Jensen, St. Cloud State junior hockey defenseman from Rogers, was a pre-season first-team all-WCHA pick. Jensen has notched eight assists and 10 blocked shots for the No. 15 ranked Huskies (6-4).
Lynk Downing, former Zimmerman soccer player and placekicker, is a member of the North Dakota State football team as a backup kicker. A freshman in eligibility, he has not appeared in any games.
Morgan Lynch, junior from Elk River, and Allison Maxwell, junior from Rogers, are swimming for North Dakota. They had second-places in the 1000 freestyle and 200 butterfly, respectively, in a 155-133 win over South Dakota at home Oct. 20. Lynch was third in the 1650 in a 146-78 win over St. Cloud State on Oct. 13.
Colton Buege, Minnesota sophomore golfer from Rogers, played in one of the Gophers five fall tournaments. He was fifth on the team and 71st overall with 88-82-79-249 (33 over) at the U of M Invitational in September.