On day one Dittrich struggled a little, shooting a front-nine 41. However, he was able to gather himself and shoot a 38 on the back for a score of 79. "Day one I felt like I played a little bit too conservative," Dittrich said. "The pins were in some pretty tough spots, so I was trying to hit more toward the middle of the greens. Sometimes when you do that and the pins are in a tough spot, you leave yourself with some tough two-putts. So I three-putted a few times on the first day.
Head coach Brady Wasvick said that with all the changes in the coaching staff, this season was mostly spent getting acclimated. "With it being a whole new coaching staff, we had quite the hill to climb in putting in new systems and getting the kids used working how my staff wanted them to work," he explained. "I guess our goal was to get over that .500 win percentage mark. We think we should have done better, but every coach says that. There are always a few games you want back.
Head coach Taylor Pagel said his team accomplished their goal of improving every day. "Our biggest goal was to get better every day," Pagel said. "We proved that by improving our batting average, our QAB (quality at-bat) percentage and our nine-game conference win streak. They played much better baseball as the season went on. "It took the Raiders most of the start of the season to get their bats going, which Pagel said was one of the areas that did not quite meet expectations at first.
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