Men's Golf

    Final Round Washed Out, Hoosiers Fourth at adidas Hoosier Invitational

    Go Hoosiers! Senior Santiago Quirarte picked up the best finish of his career with a runner-up showing at the adidas Hoosier Invitational.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Senior Santiago Quirarte picked up the best finish of his career with a runner-up showing at the adidas Hoosier Invitational.
    Go Hoosiers!

    March 30, 2008

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    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - After a little over an hour of play, the weather did not cooperate and the final round of the adidas Hoosier Invitational was canceled Sunday morning at the IU Championship Golf Course. The scores reverted back to the first 36 holes, and the 17th-ranked Indiana men's golf team finished fourth in the 17-team field.

    Eastern Kentucky won the event with a score of 582 (304-278), while Miami (Ohio) finished two shots under EKU at 584 (282-302).

    Senior Santiago Quirarte led the individual leaderboard and finished second overall after shooting a 2-under 69 in the second round. Coupled with a 73 on the first 18, Quirarte ended the tournament even at 142 and picked up the best finish of his career, the fourth top five of his career and the fifth top 10 of his career.

    Quirarte was a member of the Indiana Crimson team, which was made up of five individuals and did not count toward the team scores. The IU Crimson squad finished at 592 (295-297), which would have been good for fifth place.

    Junior Drew Allenspach led the first-team Hoosiers in a three-way tie for sixth at 3-over-par 145 (75-70). Allenspach earned his best finish of the season, his second straight top 10 and his fifth top 25 in eight events.

    Junior Jorge Campillo finished behind Allenspach and captured a tie for 12th at 147 (76-71). True freshman Ren Han shared 18th place at 148 (78-70) followed by sophomore Alex Martin and junior Seth Brandon. Martin tied for 30th place at 150 (77-73), while Brandon tied for 43rd at 152 (78-74).

    Joining Quirarte on the Crimson team was fifth-year senior Tad Sacheck, who posted a 72-77 (149) to enter a tie for 22nd place. Junior Brandon Pike shared 36th place at 151 (78-73), while Eric Serch tied for 43rd with 152 (72-80).

    True freshman Paul Park closed out the lineup at 156 (78-78) and tied for 67th place.

    Eastern Kentucky's Jesse Massie topped the leaderboard at 3-under-par 139 (74-65), shooting 6-under-par 65 on the second 18, to secure medalist honors.

    Up next, the Hoosiers hit the road for the Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate in Columbia, Mo. The two-day event begins on Monday, April 7, and wraps up on Tuesday, April 8.

    IU Individual
    T6) Drew Allenspach 145 (75-70)
    T12) Jorge Campillo 147 (76-71)
    T18) Ren Han 148 (78-70)
    T30) Alex Martin 150 (77-73)
    T43) Seth Brandon 152 (78-74)
    *2) Santiago Quirarte 142 (73-69)
    *T22) Tad Sacheck 149 (72-77)
    *T36) Brandon Pike 151 (78-73)
    *T43) Eric Serch 152 (72-80)
    *T67) Paul Park 156 (78-78)
    * - played as an individual

    Team Scores
    1) Eastern Kentucky 582 (304-278)
    2) Miami (Ohio) 584 (282-302)
    3) Purdue 586 (297-289)
    4) INDIANA 590 (306-284)
    *IU CRIMSON 592 (295-297)
    5) Toledo 596 (297-299)
    T6) Ball State 599 (302-297)
    T6) Cleveland State 599 (298-301)
    8) Bowling Green 603 (310-293)
    9) Western Illinois 605 (304-301)
    10) Evansville 606 (308-298)
    T11) George Washington 608 (306-302)
    T11) IUPUI 608 (308-300)
    13) Northern Illinois 609 (305-304)
    14) IPFW 610 (308-302)
    15) Youngstown State 613 (313-300)
    16) Dayton 626 (318-308)
    17) Butler 630 (322-308)
    * - IU Crimson is Indiana's five individuals; do not count in team standings

     

     


       

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