Men's Golf

    Hoosiers Struggle After Strong Start to Round Two

    Go Hoosiers! Brant Peaper
    Go Hoosiers!
    Brant Peaper
    Go Hoosiers!

    Feb. 23, 2013

    HUMBLE, Texas - The Indiana Men's Golf team (No. 50 Golfstat/No. 48 Golfweek) got off a strong start in round two of the Bayou City Collegiate Championship but ended up with a score of 297 (+9) and will enter the final round in 14th place at Redstone Golf Club.

    Round 2 Results Get Acrobat Reader

    Once again it was Peaper that led the charge for Indiana in the second round, as he started with a pair of birdies over his first three holes of the day. After a couple bogey's to end his front nine, he tallied three birdies on his first five holes on the way in before a couple of bogey's left him at just 1-under on the round.

    David Mills registered a 2-over par round of 74 with a pair of birdies and four bogey's to his credit. Michael McGee's round of 76 included 14 pars and a pair of double bogey's. Hugo Menendez also carded a 76 with five bogey's and one birdie.

    The fifth score for the Hoosiers in round two was a 77 from Corey Ziedonis.

    The final round of the tournament will get underway on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. CT with a shotgun start.

    INDIANA SCORES
    T14) Brant Peaper 143 (72-71)
    T51) Michael McGee 149 (73-76)
    T54) Corey Ziedonis 154 (73-77)
    T70) David Mills 154 (80-74)
    T70) Hugo Menendez 154 (78-76)

    TEAM STANDINGS
    1) Texas 559 (285-274, -17)
    2) Baylor 572 (286-286, -4)
    3) Charlotte 574 (289-285, -2)
    4) Houston 576 (294-282, Even)
    5) Louisiana Tech 578 (291-287, +2)
    T6) South Carolina 580 (294-286, +4)
    T6) Chattanooga 580 (290-290, +4)
    8) East Carolina 585 (290-295, +9)
    9) Lamar 587 (295-292, +11)
    T10) UTSA 588 (292-296, +12)
    T10) New Mexico State 588 (299-289, +12)
    12) UT Arlington 589 (290-299, +13)
    13) Houston Baptist 590 (294-296, +14)
    14) Indiana 593 (296-297, +17)
    15) Rice 610 (309-301, +34)

     

     


       

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