DePauw Shoots Second-Round 281 and Wins Wabash Classic

DePauw Shoots Second-Round 281 and Wins Wabash Classic

October 6, 2013

Crawfordsville, Ind. - DePauw shot a 281 in today's second round of the Wabash Fall Classic and won the team title by four strokes over Rose-Hulman. The Tigers shot a 584 for the tournament while Rose-Hulman fniished with a 588.

Charlie Castino finished in third with a 145 after today's one-over 71. Right behind was Quinn Smith who shot a two-under 68 today and finished fourth at 146. Stuart Alvey and Eric Tandy each shot a 147 to tie for fifth with Brandon Bekkering rounding out the lineup with a 143 for a tie for 13th.

Playing as individuals, Ryan White tied for seventh with a 149, while Sean Steinman tied for 13th at 153. Nick Nunley finished with a 158 followed by Drake Dunaway at 160 and Sawyer Opalich at 161.

Rose-Hulman's Sanders Park took medalist honors with a 142.

DePauw returns to the course on October 12-13 when it hosts the DePauw Small College Classic.