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IPFW represented in Men's City

Just in case the rest of the city's golf population wasn't familiar with the kind of players IPFW has, the town knows about it now.

Three members of the IPFW team finished in the top 10 in the recent tournament held at Cedar Creek, led by the second-place finish of junior Drew Imel.

Imel, playing in his first men's city, shot a three-under 210 with rounds of 68, 72 and 70. He even held the lead late in the tournament, but finished the last two holes with a bogey and a par, while winner and four-time champion Scott Pieri closed out with a par and birdie.

Graduated senior Ryan Olbin tied for sixth with rounds of 70, 72 and 77 for a 219 total, while junior Curtis Coverstone shot a 220 after rounds of 77, 70 and 73. Coverstone finished eighth.

Even a former IPFW baseball player got in on the action.

Ryan Keena, who has several IPFW baseball records, had rounds of 76, 80 and 76 and tied for 50th.