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Iowa men's golf takes home trophies

BY KEVIN GLUECK | APRIL 22, 2013 5:00 AM

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The Iowa men’s golf team isn’t coming home empty handed this weekend.

The Hawkeyes took home a share of the Boilermaker Invitational title this weekend, with a three-round score of 878. Despite beginning the day with a 6-stroke lead and carding a team score of 301 (plus-13) today, the squad managed to hold onto the team title with Louisville.

The team title isn’t the only victory the Black and Gold had, either.

Steven Ihm continued playing well on his way to his second-straight individual title share. Ihm played three-straight rounds under par for the second-consecutive weekend to tie with Robin Sciot-Siegrist of Louisville. Both players shot a 5-under 211 for the weekend. Ihm has shot at or under par in his last nine rounds.

Joseph Winslow recorded his first college top-five finish, shooting an even-par 216. Brian Bullington finished just outside of a top 20 finish, tying for 24th after shooting plus-7.

Ian Vandersee finished in a tie for 49th after being plus-14 over the weekend. Nate Yankovich finished 66th with a three day score of -plus19.

The Hawkeyes will travel to French Lick, Ind., for the Big Ten championships on Friday.


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