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    Indiana Hosts 14-team Field At Wolf Run Intercollegiate

    Go Hoosiers! The 7th edition of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate takes place this Saturday and Sunday
    Go Hoosiers!
    The 7th edition of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate takes place this Saturday and Sunday
    Go Hoosiers!

    Sept. 20, 2013

    Wolf Run Intercollegiate
     Dates Sept. 21-22, 2013
     Location Zionsville, Ind.
    Golf Course Wolf Run Golf Club
    Par / Total Yardage Par 71 / 7.155 yards
    Indiana Lineup (2013-14 stroke average) David Mills (72.00)
    Max Kollin (74.00)
    Nicholas Grubnich (75.67)
    Andrew Fogg (N/A)
    Will Seger (76.33)
    Individual: Andrew Havill (77.00)
    Individual: Keegan Vea (N/A)
    Individual: Sean Stone (78.33)
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    ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT
    The seventh edition of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate will get underway at 8:30 a.m. ET on Saturday with a shotgun start. The teams will play 36 holes on Saturday and then finish with 18 holes on Sunday, also starting at 8:30 a.m. ET.

    The returning team champion - Illinois - is once again in the field along with Big Ten foes Minnesota and Wisconsin.

    THE FIELD THIS WEEK
    Here is a list of teams in the field this weekend:

    Auburn, Illinois, Illinois State, Indiana, IPFW, IUPUI, Kentucky, Miami (OH), Minnesota, Northern Illinois, Oakland, Ohio, Toledo, Wisconsin

    LAST YEAR AT WOLF RUN
    At the 2012 edition of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, it was Illinois that claimed its third consecutive team title at the event (tournament was not played in 2011), defeating Indiana by three strokes.

    In the individual race, Brant Peaper matched a tournament record by shooting a three round total score of 202 (-11) to win by seven shots.

    Tournament Records
    TOP INDIVIDUAL SCORE (THREE ROUNDS)
    Name (School) Score (to par) Year
    Brant Peaper (Indiana) 202 (-11) 2012
    Sean Dale (North Florida) 202 (-11) 2009
    Scott Langley (Illinois) 203 (-10) 2009
    Matt Thompson (Michigan) 205 (-8) 2009
    Connor Arendell (UCF) 208 (-5) 2010
    Charlie Bull (Akron) 209 (-4) 2012
    Finley Ewing IV (Texas Tech) 209 (-4) 2012

    TOP TEAM SCORE (THREE ROUNDS)
    School Score (to par) Year

    Illinois 847 (-5) 2009
    Illinois 855 (+3) 2012
    Indiana 858 (+6) 2012
    North Florida 860 (+8) 2009
    Penn State 862 (+10) 2007
    Ohio State 865 (+13) 2012
    Texas Tech 868 (+16) 2012
    Michigan 868 (+16) 2007

    TOP INDIVIDUAL SCORE (ONE ROUND)
    Name (School) Score (to par) Year

    Brant Peaper (Indiana) 65 (-6) 2012
    David Erdy (Indiana) 65 (-6) 2009
    Chris Smith (Georgia Southern) 65 (-6) 2006
    Spencer Slade (Eastern Michigan) 65 (-5) 2012
    Boo Timko (Ohio State) 65 (-5) 2012
    Sean Dale (North Florida) 66 (-5) 2009
    Derek Fathauer (Louisville) 66 (-5) 2006
    Scott Langley (Illinois) 66 (-5) 2009

    TOP TEAM SCORE (ONE ROUND)
    Name Score (to par) Year

    Illinois 278 (-6) 2012
    North Florida 280 (-4) 2009
    Ohio State 281 (-4) 2012
    Illinois 281 (-4) 2010
    Illinois 281 (-3) 2009
    Illinois 282 (-2) 2009
    Tulsa 282 (-2) 2009

    STRONG START TO SENIOR YEAR
    Senior David Mills has been thrust into a leadership role on the IU team and he has led by example through the first two tournaments. He started the year with a T4 finish at the Northern Intercollegiate and then followed that up with a T12 finish at Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational last week.

    BIG TEN GOLFER OF THE WEEK
    Senior David Mills picked up his first career Big Ten weekly honor on Monday, when the conference selected him as the Big Ten Golfer of the Week. The Evansville native earned the award after a T4 finish at the Northern Intercollegiate last weekend. He posted rounds of 74, 68 and 72 on his way to his seventh career top 5 finish in a tournament.

    A LOT OF CRIMSON OUT THERE
    Serving as the host of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, the Hoosiers are taking full advantage by putting eight players in the field this weekend. In addition to the five competing towards a team score, there will be three individuals competing.

    Making their 2013-14 debut will be Andrew Fogg, playing for the team, and freshman Keegan Vea, making his collegiate debut as an individual.

    TALKING IU MEN'S GOLF
    Coach Mayer talks about the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational and looks back at the team's performance at the Northern Intercollegiate last week.

    GOING LOW
    David Mills' second round score of 68 at the Northern Intercollegiate was tied for the best round of the day on Saturday and put him in a position to compete for the individual title on the final day. It was also his lowest round since shooting a 66 in April of 2012.

     

     


       

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