Athletics, University News
The Concordia St. Paul men’s golf team wrapped up one of the best tournaments in school history Saturday, finishing second at the NSIC Championships with a total score of 896 (+44) over 54 holes of play. That mark was the lowest the Golden Bears have posted for a 54-hole tournament since the NSIC Championships in 2010 and their sole possession of second place is their best finish in program history at the NSIC Championships.
Concordia used a round of 290 (+6) to shoot past Bemidji State on the final day of the tournament, as the Golden Bears came into the day trailing Beavers by four strokes for second place. CSP’s score of 290 was the best round the program has seen since shooting a 289 in 2013 at the UIU Spring Invite.
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