Bemidji State jump to fourth in second day of NSIC Fall Preview
Monday, September 13, 2010
Bemidji State jump to fourth in second day of NSIC Fall Preview

HUDSON, Wis. (Troy Burne Golf Course) -- After a frustrating first day of competition at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Fall Preview, the Bemidji State University men’s golf team trimmed 10 strokes from their score to post 316 (+32) and finish in a tie for fourth place at the par 71, 6,774-yard Troy Burne Golf Course in Hudson, Wis.

The Beavers’ 36-hole total of 326-316--642 (+74) left the team 28 shots out of top team honors.  St. Cloud State University carded a second day team low of 306 to post an event total of 308-306--614 (+46), overcome a two-shot deficit to Minnesota State University (306-311--317 (+49) and win the preview.

Four players carded 152 (+10) to post low honors, but SCSU’s Beau Anderson claimed medallist laurels.  His second round total of 73 was enough for a tiebreak victory.

Bemidji State was led on day two by Chris Curb (So., Bemidji, Minn.), who carded a five-over-par 76 Monday.  Junior Casey Hill (Virginia, Minn.) recorded BSU’s best finish, settling into a tie for 12th place with a 78-78--156 (+14).

The Beavers return to action this weekend as they travel to St. Cloud, Minn. and the St. Cloud Country Club to participate in the 2010 Husky Classic.  Play begins Sunday and concludes Monday.

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