Men's Golf Finishes 11th at Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate
Northern Colorado men's golf finished in 11th place at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate over the weekend -- the second tournament in as many weeks for the Bears to feature rough weather.
Northern Colorado finished in 13th after the first day, a day that included high winds and high scores.
At the end of day one, Northern Colorado tallied a score of 617, with freshman Kory Harrell -- in the top spot for the team -- only 5-over-par and tied for 15th place.
Bears' sophomore Steve Bidne finished the second round only one stroke off of Harrell, tied for 20th place.
In day two, the Bears fought back and shot a team total of 297, pulling the team up to 11th place. Overall, Northern Colorado shot 909 on the weekend. Harrell shot 4-under-par in the last round to tie for fourth place with 217.
The Bears have three weeks off before returning to action at the Herb Wimberly Invitational on Oct. 27 and 28.
11 Northern Colorado 310 307 292 909
T 4 Kory Harrell 74 75 68 217
T 37 Steve Bidne 76 74 79 229
T 42 Keenan Holt 82 77 71 230
T 71 Adam Joiner 78 81 77 236
T 88 Ryan Boshoven 82 84 76 242