Men's Golf

    Indiana Nets Eighth at Wolverine Intercollegiate

    Go Hoosiers! Freshman Brandon Pike shot a 1-under-par 70 in the final round of the Wolverine Intercollegiate.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Freshman Brandon Pike shot a 1-under-par 70 in the final round of the Wolverine Intercollegiate.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Sept. 25, 2005

    Final Leaderboard

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Wrapping up play at the Wolverine Intercollegiate, the Indiana men's golf team moved into eighth place in the 15-team field with a 1-over-par 285 on Sunday. Entering the final round in a tie for ninth, the Hoosiers finished the tournament at 862 (291-286-285) on the University of Michigan Golf Course (par 71, 6,704 yards).

    The host Michigan Wolverines captured the team title, closing the event with a 13-under 839 total (277-275-287). Xavier (288-283-279) and Charlotte (289-276-285) tied for second place, 11 shots back.

    Despite shooting a final-round 77, Jorge Campillo garnered the top Hoosier finish, tying for 22nd at 215. Rounds of 70 and 68 on Saturday helped the freshman corral his third straight top-25 finish.

    Following Campillo, freshman Drew Allenspach notched his third consecutive top-30 result, claiming a 73 on the final day. The Sugar Land, Texas, native posted a 71 and 72 in rounds one and two, respectively, giving him a 216 total and a share of 26th place.

    Sophomore Santiago Quirarte grabbed a tie for 35th, matching teammate Brandon Pike for the low Hoosier round of the day with a 1-under 70. Quirarte ended the tournament at 218 (72-76-70).

    Scott Seibert carded a 72 on the final 18, moving him into a tie for 50th. The senior netted a 221 and played the final 36 holes in 1-over after opening with a 78.

    Competing in his first collegiate event, Pike tied for 63rd. In addition to shooting a 1-under on Sunday, the freshman shot a 79 and 75 on Saturday to post a 224 54-hole total.

     

     

    As an individual, freshman Seth Brandon turned in a final-round 76 and finished at 221 (74-71-76).

    "We have some growing pains we have to figure out," Indiana head coach Mike Mayer said. "However, I'm happy with our play today, especially with our number one golfer, Jorge Campillo, struggling through a rough round. It was good to see Bradon come back with a solid final round, and Santiago played well today."

    Up next, the Hoosiers will participate in the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge for the second straight year on Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 3-4. The event welcomes the top teams from the Big Ten and Pac-10 competing against each other at The Glen Club in Chicago.

    IU Individual
    T22) Jorge Campillo 215 (70-68-77)
    T26) Drew Allenspach 216 (71-72-73)
    T35) Santiago Quirarte 218 (72-76-70)
    T50) Scott Seibert 221 (78-71-72)
    *T50) Seth Brandon 221 (74-71-76)
    T63) Brandon Pike 224 (79-75-70)
    *- playing as an individual

    Team Scores
    1) Michigan 839 (277-275-287)
    T2) Charlotte 850 (289-276-285)
    T2) Xavier 850 (288-283-279)
    4) Kansas State 852 (287-279-286)
    T5) Iowa 854 (282-288-284)
    T5) Oregon State 854 (286-278-290)
    7) Miami (Ohio) 860 (288-287-285)
    8) INDIANA 862 (291-286-285)
    T9) Eastern Michigan 864 (287-290-287)
    T9) Penn State 864 (284-292-288)
    11) UNC-Wilmington 870 (291-288-291)
    12) Ball State 873 (289-291-293)
    13) Furman 882 (292-300-290)
    14) UNC-Greensboro 884 (304-280-300)
    15) Wisconsin 896 (299-298-299)


       

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