April 10, 2007
THIS WEEK — The University of Iowa men’s golf team will travel to Columbus, OH, to compete in the Kepler Intercollegiate Saturday and Sunday. Play will begin at 7:30 a.m. (CDT) each day at the Scarlet Golf Course, and consist of 36 holes Saturday and 18 holes Sunday.
PARTICIPATING TEAMS— Nine teams from the Big Ten will be competing in addition to Iowa: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue, Ohio State and Wisconsin. Other teams playing at the Kepler Intercollegiate include Marshall, Ohio, Southern Methodist, Louisville, Notre Dame and South Carolina.
LAST TIME OUT — The Hawkeyes shot a three-round total of 898 at the Furman Intercollegiate to finish 16th. Senior Jon Feldick led the Hawkeyes by finishing the tournament tied for 12th. Junior Dan Holterhaus shot a 73 in the final two rounds to finish 29th. Senior Bennet Hammerberg finished tied for 84th with a total score of 232. Junior Adam Miller posted a 74 in the final round to end the tournament tied for 97th. Junior Scot Glasford rounded out the Hawkeye delegation tied for 99th with a total score of 237.
THIS WEEK’S LINEUP
Name Yr. Hometown (High School)
1. Jon Feldick Sr. Coralville, IA (West)
2. Dan Holterhaus Jr. Cedar Rapids, IA (Kennedy)
3. Scot Glasford Jr. Cedar Rapids, IA (Kennedy)
4. Cole Peevler So. Keokuk, IA (Keokuk)
5. Adam Miller Jr. Fort Dodge, IA (Atlantic)
ANDERSON STEPS DOWN — University of Iowa Head Men’s Golf Coach Terry Anderson stepped down after 13 seasons with the Hawkeyes. Anderson will remain as Director of Golf Operations at Finkbine Golf Course through this golf season. Anderson served as head coach since 1994. Under Anderson, the Hawkeyes produced 34 academic all-Big Ten selections, seven all-American scholars, two all-Big Ten selections, two members of the all-District golf team and one all-American. Assistant Coach Adam Kaufman will lead practices and travel with the team to the Hawkeyes’ final three competitions of the season.
QUOTING COACH KAUFMAN — “We are looking forward to getting back into competition after an 18 day break. Over the break we were able to get some good practice time in during some inclement weather conditions that we may face the rest of the spring.”
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