Men's Golf Tied for Fifth at Big Ten Championships

PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM Junior Adam Schenk is tied for ninth place at the Big Ten Championships after the first day of play.
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Junior Adam Schenk is tied for ninth place at the Big Ten Championships after the first day of play.
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April 26, 2013

FRENCH LICK, Ind. - The Purdue men's golf team finished the first day of the Big Ten Championships in a tie for fifth place with a total of 598 (+22).

The Boilermakers shot 304 (+16) in the first round before rebounding with a 294 (+6) on their afternoon ride. Purdue's second-round score was tied for the third-best in the field.

Junior Adam Schenk paced the Boilers on Friday with a total of 147 (+3). The Vincennes, Ind., native shot 74 in the first round and 73 in the second on the par-72 Pete Dye Course.

Redshirt freshman David Cooke shot 148 (+4) on the day to wrap up Friday's play in a tie for 12th place, posting a 73 (+1) in the second round. Sophomore Enzo Perez is tied for 23rd at 150 (+6), while classmates Justin Cho and Ben-Marvin Egel are both tied for 42nd at 155 (+11).

The Big Ten Championships will continue from French Lick Resort with 18 holes on Saturday. Live results will be available via golfstatresults.com.