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WOMEN’S GOLF: Bemidji State ends regular season 10th at Wildcat Classic

The Bemidji State women’s golf team wrapped up regular season competition on Monday and Tuesday, placing last out of 10 teams at the Wildcat Classic in Wayne, Neb.

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WAYNE, Neb. -- The Bemidji State women’s golf team wrapped up regular season competition on Monday and Tuesday, placing last out of 10 teams at the Wildcat Classic in Wayne, Neb.

The Beavers fired a two-round score of 712, which put them 17 strokes behind ninth-place U-Mary. Nebraska-Kearney topped the field with a 615, while Concordia-St. Paul’s 622 put the Golden Bears atop the eight NSIC teams at the tournament.

Mollie Albrecht was BSU’s top finisher with a two-day score of 173 (86-87) to tie for 50th individually. Jocelyn Nyblom tied for 55th (177) and Morgan Sammon tied for 58th (178), while Maddy Sawyer (tie for 62nd, 184) and Vaida Behnke (68th, 189) rounded out Bemidji State’s scores.

Anna Tollette of CSP finished first on the individual leaderboard with a 150, which included an even-par 72 on day one.

The Beavers will next compete at the NSIC Championship, set for April 22-24 in Smithville, Mo.

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Team Results

1-Nebraska-Kearney 615; 2-Concordia-St. Paul 622; 3-Wayne State 626; 4-Augustana 629; 5-Northwest Missouri 638; 6-Minnesota State 643; 7-Southwest MN State 660; 8-Sioux Falls 662; 9-Mary 695; 10-Bemidji State 712.

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