Golden Eagles Open Spring Campaign at The Match Play

Feb. 10, 2011

The Match Play
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LUTZ, Fla. -- The Marquette University men's golf team will return to action this weekend, Feb. 11-12, at The Match Play in Lutz, Fla. Play will be held at the par-71, 6,898-yard TPC Tampa Bay golf course. The first tee time set for 6:30 a.m. CT on Friday.

Marquette is one of 16 teams competing in the event. Joining the Golden Eagles will be co-hosts USF and DePaul, in addition to fellow BIG EAST schools Cincinnati, Connecticut, Notre Dame, St. John’s and Villanova. Ball State, Kennesaw State, Xavier, Campbell, Cleveland State, Loyola Maryland, Charleston Southern and Morehead State will round out the field.

The tournament format will feature five individual matches, per head-to-head team match. The team that has most individual match victories (best of five) will win the team match. Each team is guaranteed four matches.

Marquette will face off against conference foe Villanova in the opening round at The Match Play. The winner/loser of that match will face the winner/loser of Notre Dame vs. Morehead State.

The Golden Eagles will be represented by seniors Kelly Kretz and Ben Sieg, junior Matt Haase, sophomore Ryan Prickette and freshman Corey Konieczki.

Kretz matched the best finish of his MU career, placing second at the Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational, Nov. 1-3, and helped the Golden Eagles tie for sixth in their final tournament of the fall season.

This weekend will be the only time during the regular season that the Marquette men's golf team will compete in a match play event.

Feb. 11-12, 2011
TPC Tampa Bay (Lutz, Fla.)
Par 71, 6,898 Yards

Villanova, Ball State, Notre Dame, Kennesaw State, Xavier, Cincinnati, Campbell, Cleveland State, Loyola Maryland, Connecticut, St. John’s, Charleston Southern, DePaul, Marquette, Morehead State, USF.

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Not available. Results will be posted on following each match.

Five individual matches, per head-to-head team match. The team with the most individual match victories advances. If a team match ends tied because an individual match is halved, the tiebreaker is total holes won across all five individual matches combined.

Friday, Feb. 11
Round of 16
Round of 8

Saturday, Feb. 12




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