The Lewis University men's golf team fell to the University of Indianapolis, 3-1, in the final match-play round at the 2013 Great Lakes Valley Conference Men's Golf Championship on Tuesday (April 23), playing the par-72, 6,897-yard Otter Creek Golf Club.
The Flyers defeated the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 3-2, in a semifinal match-play round to advance the afternoon round.
In the final match-play round, senior Brandon White (Sellersburg, Ind./Silver Creek) was the only Flyer to defeat his Indianapolis opponent, Steve Duncan by three strokes (74-77).
In the morning match-up, White defeated UMSL's Colby Yates, turning in a 72 to Yates' 75.
Flyers' freshman Robert Dofflemyer III (Belvidere, Ill./Belvidere) defeated Warren Crow by a single stroke (77-78), while classmate Alex Thode (Washington, Iowa/Washington) clinched the victory with a two-stroke win (77-79) over Chase Smith.
The Flyers will officially learn of its Regional bid on Friday (April 26) when the NCAA announces the field for the Division II Super Regional, which begins on May 6 at the Strawberry Creek Golf Course in Kenosha, Wis.
No. 3 Indianapolis vs. No. 4 Lewis
#5 Jon Jozefowski, UINDY (72) def. #5 Anthony Lodovico, LEWIS (76) | UINDY, 1-0
#4 Brandon White, LEWIS (74) def. #4 Seve Duncan, UINDY (77) | All Square
#3 Max Bowling, UINDY (71) def. #3 Robert Dofflemyer III, LEWIS (74) | UINDY. 2-1
#2 Tobin Dunigan, UINDY (73) def.#2 Alex Thode, LEWIS (75) | UINDY, 3-1
#1 David Frank, UINDY (75) def. #1 Harrison Carmichael, LEWIS (79) | UINDY, 4-1
No. 1 Missouri-St. Louis vs. No. 4 Lewis, LEWIS 3-2
#5 David Abolt, UMSL (72) def. #5 Anthony Lodovico, LEWIS (76) | UMSL, 1-0
#4 Brandon White, LEWIS (72) def. #4 Colby Yates, UMSL (75) | All Square
#3 Robert Dofflemyer III, LEWIS (77) def. #3 Warren Crow, UMSL (78) | LEWIS, 2-1
#2 Alex Thode, LEWIS (77) def. #2 Chase Smith, UMSL (79) | LEWIS, 3-1
#1 Joe Atkisson, UMSL (73) def. #1 Harrison Carmichael, LEWIS (78) | LEWIS, 3-2
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