"When he comes back to the circuit, I hope the other golfers have sewn up their money bags, because when he comes back, he'll be stronger than ever," she said.
Folstrom hopes the public will be supportive as Woods enters his next chapter.
“We’ve been working a lot with those hitters on mixing up their shots and being smart with the balls they’re given,” Lumberjacks head coach Alicia Kriens said of the duo.
“They’ve done a really great job of utilizing that and listening to their back girl on what is open.” The win marks six straight in home openers for Bemidji, dating back to 2014, with this being the first of the bunch to double as a season opener.
"He needs to work really hard with Elin and his children.
I know that he'll do that," she said, adding that she believes he will return to his success in golf as well.
He's a good person with a caring heart." The Bemidji Pioneer belongs to Forum Communication Co., which is also the parent company of the Woodbury Bulletin.
Under the season-opening spotlight, the senior outside hitters lifted the curtains on the new season with a dominant attack that guided the Bemidji High School volleyball team to a 3-1 (18-25, 25-23, 26-24, 25-21) victory over Alexandria under a playoff-like atmosphere.
"I knew he would be a good golfer, and being an athlete myself, I really appreciated that (Folstrom was a stellar athlete for Cass-Lake Bena High School).
She spent four years working on national legislative issues for the National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D. She ran for the Senate DFL endorsement in 2006 in District 4.
Mary Olson of Bemidji won the endorsement and subsequently defeated incumbent Republican Carrie Ruud. Folstrom also ran for mayor of Bemidji in 2008, losing in the primary.
"Tiger has clearly made mistakes, but we all do, in some way, shape or form.
I have made many, many mistakes on my own." Folstrom attended Stanford from 1993-1997 and earned her law degree at Cornell University.