Overview: The Minnesota men's golf team is off to Columbus, Ohio for its final regular season event at the 41st annual Robert Kepler Intercollegiate Tournament. Hosted by Ohio State, the tournament will be played on campus grounds at the par 71, 455 yard Scarlet Course at the University Golf Club from April 23-24.
Comprising the 11-team field will be State, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Illinois (13), Iowa (11), Kent State (37), Miami (OH), Minnesota (40), Ohio State (25) Wisconsin, and Xavier. All rankings are according to Golfstat.com
The 54-hole tournament is scheduled to begin with teams playing 36 holes on Saturday and the final 18 holes on Sunday. Saturday's first two rounds will be a shotgun start, while the final round will be a scheduled start. Play begins at 8:30 a.m. on both days.
Live scoring can be followed at www.golfstat.com.
The Gophers: Minnesota' lineup for the tournament will be Donald Constable, Erik Van Rooyen, Jon Trasamar Cameron White, and David Haley Jr.
Last Time Out: The Gophers placed ninth at the 14 team Spring Illini Classic last week. Due to rainy conditions, the 36-hole event was cut to a two round event. The rain soaked weather made it difficult on the players, as Minnesota finished just 12 shots back of third place.
Up Next: Minnesota will head to West Lafayette for the Big Ten Championships from April 29-May 1.
Watch below at John Carlson reflects on last week's event and previews the Rober Kepler Intercollegiate.