Iowa men's golf falls down to 12th to finish U.S. Intercollegiate

BY KEVIN GLUECK | APRIL 01, 2013 5:00 AM

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The Iowa men’s golf team finished 12th at the U.S. Intercollegiate this past weekend in Palo Alto, Calif., with a team score of 858 (plus-18). Host Stanford took home the title with a total score of 817. The team was in sixth after day two of competition but struggled in the final round of the event.

Junior Steven Ihm was the best individual for the Hawkeyes, finishing in a tie for 16th place out of a field of 95 after posting an even-par 210 over the three-day tournament.  

Brian Bullington set a career three-round record in route to his 34th-place finish with a score of 214.

Freshman Nate Yankovich shot a 2 over 72 on his way to a tie for 62nd. Yankovich shot 220 for the tournament. Joseph Winslow finished a stroke ahead of Yankovich on the individual leaderboard.

Sophomore Ian Vandersee had an uncharacteristic three-day of total of 228 to finish in a tie for 89th.

Iowa will get back to competition April 13-14, when it will host the Hawkeye-Great River Entertainment Invitational.

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