NEOSHO, Mo. — Miami finished fourth at the Neosho Kick-Off Tournament here Thursday.

Senior Seth Rhodes was the second low individual after turning in a 39-36-75.

Cody Potter had a 49-46-95 in individual play.

Nick Praytor and Baird had an 80 while Connor Risenhoover and Neal McGuire logged an 84 in best-ball competition.

The Wardogs had a 334 total.

Cassville, Mo., was first at 301, followed by Monett, Mo., at 325 and host Neosho logged a 326.

“I am happy,” Miami coach John Kurtz said. “It’s not direct play, but it helps with the confidence.”

The Dogs host the 24-team Miami Invitational Monday at Peoria Ridge Golf Course.