Men's Golf

    Hoosiers Finish Sixth At Crooked Stick Intercollegiate

    Go Hoosiers! Keegan Vea
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    Keegan Vea
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    Oct. 15, 2013

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    CARMEL, Ind. - The Indiana men's golf team posted a final round team score of 303 on Tuesday to finish sixth out of 14 teams with a total team score of 907 (299-305-303) at the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate at Crooked Stick Golf Club.

    "We didn't get off to the best start today and that really put us in a bind, in terms of trying to make a comeback," Indiana head coach Mike Mayer said. "So we really had to battle back against some very good teams and a superb golf course. I am very proud of how Keegan Vea played today on a very tough course, which should give him a tremendous amount of confidence moving forward."

    The round of the day for Indiana belonged to freshman Keegan Vea, who carded a 2-under par 70 in his final round, including a pair of eagles on the back nine today. Individually, Vea finished T39 with a total score of 231 (81-80-70).

    The lowest overall score for Indiana over the two day tournament came from senior David Mills, who finished T25 with a score of 228 (75-75-78) for his third Top 25 finish in four tournaments this fall.

    Nicholas Grubnich tied for 29th place for the tournament at 229 (72-82-75) while Max Kollin matched Vea at 231 (74-77-80). Will Seger was just two strokes behind them at 233 (78-73-82) and T47.

    Competing as an individual for the Hoosiers was Hugo Menendez, and he actually posted the best round of anyone from IU. His three round score of 227 (76-71-80) put him in a tie for 23rd and his first Top 25 finish of the season.

    Andrew Havill had his best round of the tournament on Tuesday, posting a 74 to give him a total score of 238 (84-80-74) while Andrew Fogg registered a total score of 240 (81-76-83) and a T66 finish.

    The University of Arkansas won the team title with a total score of 875, beating second place Purdue by five strokes. The individual champion also came from Arkansas, as Sebastian Cappelen finished with 212 (-4).

    Indiana will conclude the Fall portion of its schedule next Monday and Tuesday at the Pinetree Intercollegiate in Cobb, Ga., at the Pinetree Country Club.

    Team Scores
    1) Arkansas (306-285-284) 875
    2) Purdue (295-294-291) 880
    3) Georgia (295-290-296) 881
    4) Florida State (292-296-299) 887
    5) TCU (305-301-294) 900
    6) Indiana (299-305-303) 907
    7) Florida (300-304-304) 908
    8) Notre Dame (306-304-302) 912
    9) Kansas (315-303-299) 917
    10) Toledo (303-313-305) 921
    11) Eastern Michigan (310-305-311) 926
    12) Ball State (320-299-311) 930
    13) Michigan State (308-313-313) 934
    14) IUPUI (321-304-315) 940

    Indiana Individual Scores
    T25) David Mills 228 (75-75-78)
    T29) Nicholas Grubnich 229 (72-82-75)
    T39) Max Kollin 231 (74-77-80)
    T39) Keegan Vea 231 (81-80-70)
    T47) Will Seger 233 (78-73-82)

    T23) Hugo Menendez 227 (76-71-80)
    T63) Andrew Havill 238 (84-80-74)
    T66) Andrew Fogg 240 (81-76-83)




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