College golf: Cobber men fifth, women ninth at MIAC tournament

Concordia's Landon Olson shot a 1-under 71 in Monday's final round of the MIAC Men's Championship and earned a tie for eighth place at the Bunker Hills Golf Club.

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COON RAPIDS, Minn. — The Concordia men's team placed fifth and Cobber golfer Landon Olson tied for eighth place after the final round of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Men's Championship on Monday at Bunker Hills Golf Course.

The Cobbers finished at 914, 12 shots behind fourth-place Carleton. St. John's, which entered the final round 10 shots behind leader Bethel, shot 285 on Monday and leaped past the Royals and then some. Bether shot 308 on Monday and finished 13 shots behind the three-time defending champion Johnnies.

St. John's Nate Loxtercamp also surged second-round leader Conor Schubring of Bethel and won with a three-day total of 6-under 210. Schubring shot 214 and the Johnnies' Andrew Boemer shot 218 to place fourth.

Concordia's Landon Olson rebounded from Sunday's 79 to shoot 71 on Tuesday and tied for eighth. Gabe Benson tied for 25th and Mason Plante tied for 28th.

The Cobber women finished ninth, 15 shots ahead of Augsburg.


Carleton shot 912, six shots clear of second-place St. Catherine. Bethel was third at 943.

St. Catherine's Kyra Venne finished at 3-over 222, two shots ahead of second place Carter Sichol of Carleton.

The Cobbers' Abbey Frauenholtz finished 33rd and Lillie Kirchner tied for 34th.

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