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Iowa slips to third after second round of Golfweek Conference Challenge

BY DI STAFF | SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 5:00 AM

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After a Sunday that saw Iowa post a team score of 2-under, things were a little drearier for the Hawks a rainy Monday afternoon at Spirit Hollow Golf Course in Burlington.

The Black and Gold shot 13-over and now sit at (plus-11) overall. Their bad showing saw them slip to third in the standings behind first-place LSU (minus-17) and second-place SMU (even).

Junior Nate Yankovich (plus-7), after having a very good first day, shot 7-over and fell 20 spots; he is tied for 24th. Senior Ian Vandersee also did not have much going for him; he fell 16 spots to tie for 28th after shooting 6-over.

Sophomore Carson Schaake (even) now owns Iowa’s best score and is tied for seventh. After him, the best score for the Hawks is also their lone golfer who moved up on the day, sophomore Raymond Knoll (plus-4) who is tied for 18th.

Senior Brian Bullington (plus-7) is also tied for 28th after shooting five over par on the day.

The Hawkeyes will tee off Tuesday for the last round of the tournament.

— by Jordan Hansen


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