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Mudd, Wells Lead PNW at Kampen Classic

Mudd, Wells Lead PNW at Kampen Classic
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Mudd, Wells Lead PNW at Kampen Classic

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Patrick Mudd and Ryan Wells led the way for the Purdue University Northwest men’s golf team at Monday’s 36-hole Kampen Classic hosted at the Ackerman-Allen Golf Course in West Lafayette, Ind. 

Mudd (Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point) and Wells (Dyer, Ind./Lake Central) finished with identical two-round scores of 153 to place tied for 36th in the 57-golfer event, which featured 10 teams. 

Mudd shot a first-round 78 before cutting three strokes off for his Round 2 75 and Wells finished with scores of 77 and 76, respectively. Freshman Brian Brzycki (Griffith, Ind./Griffith) was the next PNW finisher in 39th with a two-round score of 154 and Brandon Martin (Valparaiso, Ind./Chesterton) rounded out the Pride team score with a 156. 

PNW freshman Payton Smith (Cedar Lake, Ind./Hanover Central) completed the Pride’s competitors with his 161, good for 53rd. 

PNW placed 10th overall with a team score of 616, shooting identical 308s in each round. Taylor won the team event with a 566, St. Francis (Ind.) was second (576) and Indiana Wesleyan third (579). Taylor’s Mitch Lamping took home individual honors with his 139, shooting rounds of 71 and 68. 

PNW now awaits the upcoming Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament, slated for April 24-25 in Silvis, Ill. 

Ackerman-Allen Golf Course, West Lafayette, Ind. 
Men’s Results (36 holes) 
Team results — 1. Taylor 290-276–566; 2. St. Francis (Ind.) 281-295–576; 3. Indiana Wesleyan 290-289–579; 4. Lawrence Tech 291-291–582; 5. Taylor B 287-299–586; 6. Parkland College 303-289-592; 7. St. Jospeh’s (Ind.) 301-303-604; 8. Spring Arbor 311-300–611; 9. Huntington 302-310–612; 10. Purdue Northwest 308-308–616. 

PURDUE NORTHWEST (616) — t-36. Patrick Mudd 78-75–153; t-36. Ryan Wells 77-76–153; 39. Brian Brzycki 76-78–154; t-43. Brandon Martin 77-79–156; 53. Payton Smith 81-80–161.