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MEN’S GOLF: Beavers win another award from the Golf Coaches Association of America

Monday’s team award follows the announcement of last week’s All-America Scholars from the GCAA, in which Bemidji State’s Seth Schricker and Jack Southard were named as honorees.

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NORMAN, Okla. -- While he was participating in the Birchmont Golf Tournament, Bemidji State men’s golf head coach Ekren Miller saw his team receive recognition as an Outstanding Team Academic Honoree by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

The GCAA selected BSU for the award on Monday thanks to the Beavers’ cumulative team GPA of 3.25 in 2021-22, which surpassed the needed threshold of 3.0.

Monday’s team award follows the announcement of last week’s All-America Scholars from the GCAA, in which Bemidji State’s Seth Schricker and Jack Southard were named as honorees.

BSU was one of 24 Division II schools selected as an All-Academic Team, while eight others were recognized as Presidents Special Recognition for a 3.5+ team GPA. D-II’s Newberry posted the best team GPA among all divisions at 3.81.

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