BEMIDJI, Minn. – Bemidji State University men’s golf senior Will Czeh shot an even par 144 (72-72) to lead the Beavers to a second-place finish at the BSU Invite hosted at the Bemidji Town and Country Club. Czeh tied for second individually while the Beavers finished just three strokes back from first-place, Minot State University.
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The Beavers shot a team score of 591 (296-295) with freshman Seth Schricker following Czeh and tied for fifth individually after carding 147 (76-71, +3). Sophomore Ben Corbid (72-78) and senior Chris Swenson (76-74) followed and tied for 14th individually after each carded 150 while senior Matt Gregg rounded out the Beavers’ top five with 167 (82-85).
Bemidji State also had the rest of its team compete as individuals and were led by junior Tanner Sperling who tied for ninth individually with a score of 148 (74-74). Junior Brandon Nelson carded 150 (75-75), sophomore TJ Raden scored 156 (80-76), junior Aaron Schnathorst cared 157 (78-79), junior Diego Echeveste carded 158 (78-80), freshman Gus Vatnsdal carded 163 (86-77), freshman Alex Iverson shot 164 (81-83) and freshman Jake Paulson rounds out the Beavers’ scorers with a 171 (86-85).
St. Cloud State University’s Carter Doose took home the individual title after firing a four-under par 140 (70-70).
The Beavers continue the fall season and will travel to Grand forks, N.D., to compete in the Minnesota Crookston King’s Walk Invitational at the King’s Walk Golf Course, Sept. 15-16.
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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooden region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, BSU sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).