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    Back On The Course At Bayou City Collegiate Championships

    Go Hoosiers!
    Go Hoosiers!

    Go Hoosiers!

    Feb. 21, 2013

    Bayou City Collegiate Championships
     Dates Feb. 22-24, 2013
     Location Humble, Texas
    Golf Course Redstone Golf Club
    Par / Total Yardage Par 72 / 6,982 yards
    Indiana Lineup (2012-13 stroke average) Brant Peaper (73.50)
    Michael McGee (74.00)
    David Mills (76.33)
    Hugo Menendez (74.83)
    Corey Ziedonis (75.67)
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    ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT
    The tournament this week is played at Redstone Golf Club, the annual site of the PGA Tour stop for the Shell Houston Open.

    Indiana will be making its first appearance in the state of Texas since March 25, 2011, when they played in the Border Olympics Tournament in Lorado, Texas. In that tournament, Indiana finished tied for seventh out of 19 teams.

    THE FIELD THIS WEEK
    The Hoosiers will be part of a 15-team field that will feature a number of other schools ranked highly in the Golfstat rankings. The team include:

    #2 Texas
    #37 Houston (co-host)
    #40 Baylor
    #42 Chattanooga
    #43 South Carolina
    #48 Indiana
    #62 East Carolina
    #69 Louisiana Tech
    #74 Charlotte
    #84 UT Arlington
    #87 Lamar
    #115 UTSA
    #141 Houston Baptist
    #148 Rice (co-host)
    #151 New Mexico State

    HOOSIERS IN THE RANKINGS
    Indiana closed out the fall season ranked No. 43 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Top 50, trailing only Illinois and Northwestern among Big Ten teams. In the Golfstat rankings, the Hoosiers checked in at No. 48 this week.

    LAST TIME OUT
    The last time the Hoosiers took to the course as a team, they finished tied for fifth place at the Big Ten Match Play Championships in Bradenton, Fla. Brant Peaper led the way over the three matches with a 2-0-1 mark.

    Indiana started by losing a tough 2-1-2 match to Ohio State in the quarterfinals. They dropped to the consolation bracket and took care of Purdue, 3-0-2 before earning a tie with Northwestern in the fifth place match, 2-2-1.

     

     

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