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Indianapolis Athletics | May 8, 2014

DII W GOLF: Indianapolis, GVSU tie to win East Regional

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Indianapolis (310-311-314) erased an eight-stroke deficit in the final 18 holes to capture its third consecutive NCAA Division II Super Regional 1 crown on Tuesday. The Greyhounds trailed Grand Valley State 621-613 heading into heading into Tuesday's final round, but the Hounds finished with a 314, the lowest of the day, to share the team title with GVSU.

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UIndy, Grand Valley and third-place Findlay – who made a nice comeback of its own on Tuesday to leapfrog Ferris State – will all be moving on to compete at the 2014 NCAA Division II championships, held at Rock Barn Golf & Spa in Conover, North Carolina on May 14-17. They will be joined by individual qualifiers Tayler Hoag of Missouri-St, Louis, Kasey Frasier of Wheeling Jesuit and Carla Maestra of California (Pa.).

GVSU's Kelly Hartigan (70-75-76) shot the event's only sub-par round with a first-round 70 on the way to a three-round score of 5-over and take medalist honors.

Meanwhile, the Greyhounds were led by junior Jaclyn Schindler (76-75-74). She kept getting better as the tournament went on, finishing with a 2-over 74 Tuesday – the lowest score of the day – to place second in the 49-golfer field. It marked her second consecutive runner-up finish, as she also placed second at the GLVC championships last week.

The senior duo of Jenny Konop (77-78-80) and Amy Thompson (79-78-78) shared eight place, followed by Brianna Scheidler (78-80-82) in 16th and junior Chanice Young (81-80-85) in 28th.

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