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Indianapolis Athletics | March 31, 2014

Indianapolis wins Parkside Invitational, Frank shares title

  Senior David Frank earned his first collegiate medal.

COMULBUS, Ind. -- Indianapolis (296-290) topped a 13-team, all-region leaderboard at the Parkside Invitational, held Sunday and Monday at Otter Creek Golf Club. The top-four Greyhound team competitors finished in the top 10, led by co-medalist David Frank (-1).

The Hounds, who won by a comfortable nine strokes, bested a number of talented Midwest Region squads, including four of the best in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC); Wayne State (Mich.) (second, 300-295), Grand Valley State (T4, 298-302), Ferris State (T6, 301-304) and Ashland (T8, 305-302) all fell short.

Individually, Frank shared the title with Wayne State's Austin Hill (70-73). He grabbed his first collegiate medal with scores of 72 and 71, good for a personal-best tally of 143 for a 36-hole event.

Freshman Andrew VanAelst (74-73) notched his third consecutive top-10 finish, tying for sixth in the 87-man field. He is 6-over par in his past four rounds combined.

Junior Tucker Guisewite (74-74) and freshman Evan Stoker (76-72) shared 10th place, while junior Garrett Bianchi (76-79) rounded out the team scoring by placing 47th.

Sophomore Jon Williams (76-73) finished at 4-over, as his 13th-place finish topped all individual competitors. Senior Max Bowling (78-72) shared 19th place, followed by Brandon Knapp (T32, 78-75), Jeff Gardner (T50, 76-80), Seve Duncan (T67, 82-78) and Trae Cole (T71, 82-80).

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