The Ottumwa Courier


September 10, 2013

IHCC golfers lost lead to Oklahoma Christian; Pearson takes meet medalist


“I couldn’t be happier for Colin,” Hagen said. “He had to play two solid rounds of golf and had to make two clutch shots to win.”

Indian Hills will return to links for the fall portion of its season in two weeks at the John A. Logan Fall Invitational. The first round tees off on Sunday, Sept. 22.

“I think one of the positives is we played well in the first round and gave ourselves a chance to win going into the final round,” Hagen said. “Now, we just need to learn how to close out the win. We just need to get healthy and see what we can learn from as we had to John A. Logan.”


Newman University Martin Park Fall Invitational

Final Round

At Reflection Ridge Course


Par 72

Team scoring — 1. Oklahoma Christian 293-289-582, 2. Indian Hills 290-294-584, 3. Cameron University 302-287-589, 4. Texas A&M-Commerce 309-293-602, 5. Newman University 299-304-603, 6. Arkansas-Fort Smith 306-314-620, 7. Oklahoma Panhandle State 330-330-660.

Medalist — Colin Pearson 68-70-148.

Runner-up — James Bolton (Newman) 70-69-149 and Dylan McClure (Cameron) 70-69-149.

IHCC individuals — 1. Pearson 68-70-148, 5. Jakob Garstecki 75-69-144, T17. Harrison Moore 73-77-150, T20. Luke Monson 74-78-152, T27. Greg Stanek 76-79-155, T29. Josh Smith 78-78-156.

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