UCF Men's Golf to Open 2010-11 Season in Indiana

Sept. 10, 2010

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By Doug Richards

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - The UCF men's golf team will begin year number two under head coach Bryce Wallor Saturday, competing at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate in Zionsville, Ind. The Knights and 14 other squads will play 36 holes Saturday at the Wolf Run Golf Club, and then conclude the tournament with one round Sunday.

Indiana is hosting the event. Other notable teams participating include Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, North Florida and Penn State.

The Knights, who claimed their second-straight Conference USA Championship title last season, finalized their lineup for Wolf Run earlier in the week. Juniors Connor Arendell (Cape Coral, Fla.) and Brad Schneider (Valrico, Fla.), both key members of last year's squad that participated in the NCAA Regionals, will both be in action in Indiana. Three freshmen - Freshmen Greg Eason (Leicestershire, England), Hojin Kang (Lake Mary, Fla.) and Kyle Wilshire (Georgetown, Ky.) - all qualified and will make their collegiate debuts this weekend.

The tournament is the first of four this fall for the Knights.

UCF also began the 2009-10 campaign at Wolf Run. The team placed sixth as Schneider tied for 10th individually. Arendell also participated in the event. Illinois claimed the team title.