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MEN’S GOLF: Beavers place 3rd, Ben Corbid 6th to close out fall campaign

The Beavers fired a team score of 889, which put them within the top quarter of the 12-team field. Only Washburn (869) and Missouri Western State (882) had better scores.

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Bemidji State men’s golf team wrapped up its fall season with a third-place showing at the Washburn Invitational on Monday and Tuesday in Topeka, Kan.

The Beavers fired a team score of 889, which put them within the top quarter of the 12-team field. Only Washburn (869) and Missouri Western State (882) had better scores.

On an individual level, BSU also had plenty of strong showings.

Ben Corbid tied for sixth overall with a three-round score of 217 (68-75-74), which was three over par on the par-71 course. His 3-under 68 in his first round was the third-best round of anybody at the tournament.

Logan Schoepp (77-74-74) and Jack Southard (72-77-76) both tied for 17th with matching finishes of 225, while Rylin Petry was next in line at 24th (76-78-73=227).

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Koby Kuenzel (77-78-76=231) and Tate Usher (86-73-79=238) rounded out the team’s performances by tying for 32nd and 53rd, respectively.

Missouri Western State’s Jeffery Johnston won the invite with a three-day score of 210.

The tournament closed out Bemidji State’s fall schedule, and the Beavers will return to action in the spring.

Team Results

1-Washburn 869; 2-Missouri Western State 882; 3-Bemidji State 889; 4-Southwestern Okla. State 895; 5-Minnesota Crookston 911; 6-Minnesota State 915; T7-William Jewell 924; T7-Fort Hays State 924; T7-Rockhurst 924; 10-Lincoln 927; 11-Concordia-St. Paul 929; 12-Newman 993.

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