The IUPUI men's golf team will wrap up their regular season at the Hoosier Collegiate in Bloomington, Indiana, this weekend, following a sixth-place finish at Butler's Don Benbow Spring Invitational. Freshman Brady Schier achieved his first top-10 finish, and the team looks to improve on their solid performances this season.

By the Numbers
  • The team scored a 3-under 277 in the opening round at the previous invitational.
  • The team's average score is 290.09, led by senior Taylor Gardner with a 71.78 stroke average.
State of Play
  • The Jaguars will compete in the Hoosier Collegiate tournament this weekend at the Pfau Course at Indiana University.
  • The team will face a strong field of 16 teams, including Michigan, Michigan State, and Notre Dame.
  • The Pfau Course is set at par 71 and 7,355 yards, known for its challenging layout.
What's Next

The team will soon battle for a Horizon League Championship at Mission Inn Resort in Florida from April 20-22.

Bottom Line

The IUPUI men's golf team is gearing up for the Hoosier Collegiate tournament as they conclude their regular season, with an eye on enhancing their performance and aiming for success in the upcoming championship.