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MEN’S GOLF: Bemidji State announces 5 newcomers in 2022-23 class

Bemidji State men’s golf head coach Ekren Miller announced on Monday the addition of five recruits to the program’s 2022-23 class, which features a Birchmont champion and multiple high school state champs.

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Rylin Petry, the 2020 Junior 13-17 champion, tees off on hole No. 1 on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, during the 97th annual Birchmont Golf Tournament at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.
Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State men’s golf head coach Ekren Miller announced on Monday the addition of five recruits to the program’s 2022-23 class, which features a Birchmont champion and multiple high school state champs.

The class consists of Cody Card, Caden Lick, Finn McLaughlin, Rylin Petry and Logan Schoepp.

Petry headlines the bunch as a 2021 Class A individual state champion as a junior, where his Fertile-Beltrami squad also won the team title. Petry won the Junior 13-17 title of the Birchmont Golf Tournament in 2020, as well.

Card, a Fargo, N.D., native, was a part of Oak Grove’s Class B championship team at the North Dakota state tournament. He was selected to the All-State team from 2019 to 2021 and has competed on the national level at the National Pinehurst Invitational Tournament.

Lick is a product of Lino Lakes and is a five-time letter winner at Centennial High School. He took home the Northwest Suburban Conference Championship title in 2021.

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McLaughlin, an Andover native, has won two tournaments on the Minnesota Junior Tour. Schoepp comes from Century High School in Bismarck, N.D., and was labeled by Miller as a “top-five Class A high school player” in North Dakota.

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