HASTINGS, Minn. — Concordia's men's golf team carded an 8-under par 280, its best team score in program history, per the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, to remain in third place in the second round of the MIAC Championships at Emerald Greens Golf Course.
Mason Opheim shot a 66 on Saturday, the lowest round ever in MIAC play, to lead the way for the Cobbers. He's tied for second with a two-day total of 140 (-4). Tyler Bossert is tied for 14th with a two-round total of 148 and Justin Lamp sits in 17th at 149. Ryan Jensen and Sam Henke are also in the top 25 for the Cobbers; Jensen is tied for 19th (151) and Henke is in 25th (153).
St. John's is in the lead with a 565 (-11) and St. Thomas is second at even-par 576. The third and final round is set to tee off at 8 a.m. Sunday.
CORNGRATS to the Cobber men's golf team who fired an MIAC record 280 on Day 2 & is in 3rd place heading into the final day. Senior Mason Opheim also broke the MIAC record by carding a 66 - the lowest round ever in MIAC play! #RollCobbs— Cobber Athletics (@CobberSID) May 2, 2021
Results: https://t.co/U5mWCv7UPM pic.twitter.com/Zr9r6Lnxem