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Monday, October 08, 2012

UF roundup: Oilers third after first day of Bing Beall Classic
Lauren Vogt carded a 76 on Sunday and Kasey Petty had a 79 to lead the University of Findlay women's golf team to a 316 total after the first day of the Bing Beall Classic, a UF hosted tournament being held at the Findlay Country Club.

Vogt is tied for fourth and Petty for 16th in the medalist standings. Michele Schambs and Brooke Albers both shot 81 for UF's 316 team total. Emily Mock fired an 85 and Hannah Schneider a 96.

Ferris State had four golfers bunched between 75 and 77 and leads the 15-team field with a 305 total. Grand Valley State, led by Kelly Hartigan's 73, carded a 312 and leads Findlay by four strokes heading into today's final round.



BING BEALL CLASSIC

TEAM STANDINGS: 1, Ferris State 305. 2, Grand Valley State 312. 3, Findlay 316. 4, Northwood 319. 5, Ashland 323. 6, Walsh 326. 7, Madonna University 327. 8, Wheeling Jesuit 331. 9, Gannon 332. 10, Mercyhurst 333. 11, Ohio Dominican 341. 12, Tiffin University 348. 13, Lake Superior State 355. 14, St. Joseph's, Ind. 363. 15, Malone University 382.

Volleyball beats Hillsdale

HILLSDALE, Mich. -- The University of Findlay volleyball team battled back from a two-game deficit, but Hillsdale eked out an overtime win in game five as the Chargers nipped the Oilers 25-22, 25-23, 15-25, 22-25, 18-16 Saturday in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference volleyball match.

Mackenzie Vorst, who prepped at Columbus Grove, and Danielle Taflinger were huge at the net for Findlay with 22 and 17 kills respectively. Vorst also had 19 digs.

Amanda Calhoun dished off 60 assists, Jacqui Endre led the team with 23 digs and Andrea Holthaus had seven blocks for Findlay, which fell to 8-8 and 5-4 in the GLIAC. Hillsdale improved to 8-9 and 7-2.

Eilerman leads harriers

KENOSHA, Wis -- The University of Findlay men's cross country team had two runners finish in the top 100 at the UW-Parkside Rosa Invitational Saturday in Kenosha, Wis.

Justin Eilerman led the Oilers with a time of 26:58.3 and Jacob Hayes finished just behind him at 26:58.9. Eilerman and Hayes finished 84th and 86th, respectively. Tim Majoy was 101st with a time of 27:17.9.


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