The tournament, held at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is a two day event featuring more than 23 teams, including Army, Duke, Northern Colorado, Virginia Tech among others.
Minnesota has 94 points in the first day of competition — eight points shy of the first place Penn State Nittany Lions.
Seven Gophers are still in the mix to win an individual title, including Chris Dardanes, Nick Dardanes, Dylan Ness, Logan Storley, Kevin Steinhaus, Scott Schiller and Tony Nelson.
The finals will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
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