Men's Golf

    A Look Back: 2006 Wolf Run Intercollegiate

    Go Hoosiers! Sophomore Drew Allenspach finished in 19th place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Sophomore Drew Allenspach finished in 19th place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Sept. 20, 2007

    Oct. 8, 2006

    Wolf Run Intercollegiate Final Results
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    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. - The Indiana men's golf team finished in seventh place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, held at the Wolf Run Golf Club. The Hoosiers carded a total of 909 (296-303-310) for their placement.

    "Hats off to Wolf Run Golf Club," head coach Mike Mayer said. "This was an outstanding collegiate golf tournament, one of the best we have ever played in."

    Leading the way for Indiana was sophomore Jorge Campillo, who added to his already impressive resume with a sixth-place finish. He carded a 218 (69-73-76) for the tournament. Classmate Drew Allenspach finished in 19th position after turning in a 54-hole total of 228 (75-74-79) and fellow sophomore Seth Brandon shared 31st place with a total of 232 (75-78-79) for the tournament.

    Junior Santiago Quirarte finished tied for 34th position with a 233 (77-79-77) and senior Tad Sacheck shared 42nd place after carding a 237 (81-78-78).



    Competing as an individual, freshman Alex Martin turned in a total of 230 (78-78-74) for a share of 24th place.

    "In a field this good, you can't afford mistakes, and we made too many," Mayer said. "Today, under some of the toughest golf course conditions we've ever faced, we played well except for on 18. For Jorge, it was just another great tournament for one of the best collegiate players in the country."

    Kentucky (292-289-305) and Louisville (290-294-302) tied for the tournament championship at 886. Kentucky won on the second playoff hole. UCF finished third with a 54-hole total of 896.

    Derek Fathauer of Louisville was the individual medalist with a total of 214 (66-73-75). He finished two strokes ahead of Andy Winings of Kentucky, who finished at 216 (70-71-75).

    The Hoosiers will be in action next on Monday, Oct. 23 when they travel to Brandon, Ore., for the Big Ten/Pac 10 Challenge. The tournament will run through Tuesday, Oct. 24.

    6) Jorge Campillo 218 (69-73-76)
    19) Drew Allenspach 228 (75-74-79)
    T31) Seth Brandon 232 (75-78-79)
    T34) Santiago Quirarte 233 (77-79-77)
    T42) Tad Sacheck 237 (81-78-78)
    T24) Alex Martin 230 (78-78-74) Competed as an individual

    T1) Kentucky 886 (292-289-305)
    T2) Louisville 886 (290-294-302)
    3) UCF 896 (299-295-302)
    4) Georgia Southern 898 (299-292-307)
    5) Arkansas 902 (296-299-307)
    6) Xavier 908 (299-296-313)
    7) Indiana 909 (296-303-310)
    8) Michigan 911 (300-299-312)
    9) Missouri 923 (298-304-321)
    10) Memphis 924 (305-296-323)


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