Sept. 23, 2013
- Read the latest issue of Hawk Talk Monthly
- Download your Iowa Hawkeye iPhone app!
- Download your Iowa Hawkeye Android app!
- Big Ten Network: Free Hawkeye Video
- 24 Hawkeyes to Watch
Lake Forest, Ill. – The University of Iowa men’s golf team improved from their standing on the second and final day of the Windon Memorial Classic, moving from their first day position of 11th to finish ninth out of 16 teams. The Hawkeyes closed the tournament with a score of 885 (+21).
Senior Steven Ihm started the day tied for ninth place, and shot an even-par 72 in the final round, giving him a three-round total of 214 (-2) and earning a tie for eighth place.
Senior Ryan Marks moved from a 37th place to tie for 31st after a final round of 75 (+3), carding a 223 (+7) for the tournament.
Junior Joseph Winslow vaulted himself 15 spots up the leaderboard in the final round, moving from 58th to a tie for 43rd. The Overland Park, Kan., native shot a 73 (+1) on Monday, and ended with a 225 (+9).
Junior Brian Bullington finished in a tie for 43rd after his third round score of 75 (+3) and final score of 225 (+9). Sophomore Voramate Aussarassakorn carded a 78 (+6) final round, earning a three-round total of 229 (+13) and tying for 61st.
Michigan’s Chris O’Neill maintained his spot atop the standings, winning the tournament with a three-round total of 208 (-8).
Northwestern took the title at their home tournament, finishing with an 860 (-4).
Iowa’s next event takes place Oct. 12-13 in Durham, N.C., at the Rod Myers Invitational. The Hawkeyes placed fifth in the event last season.