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Men's golf: NDSU holds fifth place after second day of invite

Ian Simonich led the Bison as he climbed the leaderboard into the top-10 after shooting a 68, the third-best round Tuesday at the TPC Colorado at Heron Lakes Collegiate Invitational.

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BERTHOUD, Colo. — North Dakota State held on to fifth place after Tuesday's second round at the TPC Colorado at Heron Lakes Collegiate Invitational.

The Bison posted the third-best round of the day with a 1-over 289. The Bison are just three shots behind third-place Boise State. Colorado State leads at 12-under and Brigham Young is second at 4-under.

Ian Simonich led the Bison as he climbed the leaderboard into the top-10 after shooting a 68, the third best round of the tournament through two days and 36 holes.

Gavin Cronkhite posted an even-par 72 to sit in a tie for 13th. After a 79 on day one, Nate Deziel responded with 1-over 73 on Tuesday. Nate Adams rounded out the scoring for NDSU with a 76 and sits in 37th. Brock Winter carded a 79 in the second round and is tied with Deziel in 43rd.
Wednesday's final round starts at 10:30 a.m. at the TPC Colorado.

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