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October 14, 2013

Cyclones step out of 2013 season with some accolades

Golf is a funny game full of ebbs and flows. The Cyclones finished a respectable season in the NJCAA Region IV tournament, Oct. 11-12, unfortunately they slid at the wrong time.

After starting the competition on a strong foot, including a 78 shot by John Yerkes—his best all season—the Cyclones slipped. The greens were much faster and had more breaks than Moraine Valley was accustomed to, and they struggled to adjust. The talent was there, but they skidded at the wrong time for a ninth place finish, said coach Bob Freudenthal.

Jeff Cizek led the way with 82, 87 and 85 followed by Joe Knight (83, 87, 84), Pat Neylon (84, 94, 84), Jack Misheck (88, 92, 86), and Yerkes (78, 94, 98).

“Almost all our guys ran into problems at the worst time of the season, but we didn’t finish last which is good. I warned them of the faster greens, but they had trouble adjusting. Of all the factors, that was number one in our performance. It is what it is,” Freudenthal said.

Although the season didn’t end how they wanted, there were several highlights in 2013. The Cyclones finished second in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference and three golfers were named to the All-Conference team: Knight, Misheck and Neylon.

“It was a respectable season overall. Anytime you come in second in conference, that’s noteworthy. We were first most of the season. Plus we had three guys named to the All-Conference team. It just wasn’t satisfying because we didn’t get first or qualify anyone for nationals,” Freudenthal said. “But I look forward to next year. We should have a few of our freshmen back and there are several prospects, all of which could put us back in the mix next season.”


September 30, 2013

Cyclones finish in the six spot

In their second to last tournament before NJCAA Region IV playoffs, the Cyclones hit the links at the Sauk Valley Skyhawk Classic on Sept. 27, placing sixth.

Jack Misheck finished with a 77 as did Joe Knight. Pat Neylon shot 85 and Nathan LaPorte hit 90. Knight shot his third best score this season and had a remarkable seven birdies.


September 24, 2013

Cyclones settle for second in conference

From all those one-shot misses at first place this season (and a couple of first place finishes) the Cyclones needed a top final performance in the conference to grab the top spot for keeps. But Sept. 23 wasn’t their day. In a nearly evenly matched Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference, Moraine Valley took sixth place on Elgin Community College’s home course, and ultimately finished second overall.

“Second place isn’t chopped liver. It was a respectable conference season for us. We came in first a few times, played well and were good enough to win, but just didn’t get it done,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “It’s been a crazy year, just topsy-turvy. We’d miss a placement by one shot then come back the next week. Golf is a streaky game. You’re on top one day and at the bottom the next.”

On a perfect golfing day, Jeff Cizek led the team with his best round of the year—78. Jack Misheck followed with 80, then Joe Knight (81) and Pat Neylon (90). Despite the sixth place finish at this match, three Cyclones were named All-Conference players: Knight (#5) with a 78 average, Misheck (#8) who averaged 78.5 and Pat Neylon (#10) with a 79 average.

Now the Cyclones look forward to a few more invitationals and the NJCAA Region IV tournament.


September 17, 2013

Cyclones finish first

At long last the Cyclones are number one. So far this season a first-place finish has eluded Moraine Valley by one or two strokes, but on Sept. 16 the team took the top spot at College of Lake County’s home course. This performance moved the Cyclones into first place in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference with one more conference match to go on Monday.

Through windy and cooler conditions, the Cyclones took on a tough course that includes water on 16 of the holes for this big win. They were two shots ahead of second place College of Lake County. Pat Neylon led the way with an 81 followed by John Randolph (82), Joe Knight (83), and Jack Misheck (88).

“I’m happy for the guys and happy with the improvement. Now we have to win the last conference match to take first overall. I’m hoping for a strong finish. We’ve gotten better so I’m still cautiously optimistic,” said coach Bob Freudenthal.


September 11, 2013

Cyclones face big guns at St. Francis tourney

The University of St. Francis Tournament is always a tough competition for the Cyclones, as they have to face four-year colleges and universities—an entirely new field. This year was no different when the Cyclones hit Wedgewood Golf Course on Sept. 10. The team finished 15th, an improvement over last year’s 19th place.

Jeff Cizek (Sandburg) led the group with an 80. Coming right behind him were fellow Sandburg grads John Randolph (83) and Joe Knight (87) and Marist alum John Yerkes (91).

The real test comes on Monday when the Cyclones compete for first place in the conference.


September 10, 2013

Cyclones denied at Blackberry Oaks

With two matches left in Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference competition, the Cyclones are out of first place by just one point. Those one and two stroke deficits have been a thorn in the team’s side so far this season, continuing its presence at their latest conference match on Sept. 9 at Blackberry Oaks Golf Course. Moraine Valley took second after tying for first place. The fifth man’s score determined the Cyclones’ ultimate fate.

The golfers continue to improve with every match, as evidenced by their most recent scores. Joe Knight led the charge with a 74 as he played a consistent game, followed by Jack Misheck (75), Pat Neylon (77) and John Yerkes (78). Misheck played well, getting an eagle and two birdies on the day.

“We’ve never had a conference where most of the teams were so evenly matched,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “I’m happy to see our improvement. You can’t ask for more than that.”


September 5, 2013

Top finish just out of reach for ’Clones

So close but no cigar. In their third Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference tournament this season, the Cyclones have been separated by second or first place by one or two strokes. Moraine Valley placed third on Sept. 4, missing first by two shots. Going into this competition, the Cyclones were tied for first place in the conference.

Pat Neylon and Jack Misheck played their top rounds, each hitting 77, followed by Joe Knight (78) and Jeff Cizek (82). This was the best performance by the Cyclones this season with improvement in each match, said coach Bob Freudenthal.


August 29, 2013

’Clones take third

In their second Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference match this season, the Cyclones had some overall improvements, but settled for a third place finish on Aug. 28. Joe Knight led the way with a 76, the team’s low round of the season so far. He bettered his last match where he shot an 83. He was followed by Jeff Cizek (81) and the consistent veterans Pat Neylon (82) and Jack Misheck (82).


August 27, 2013

Cyclones grab second at home

The Cyclones were one shot away from first place at their home match on Aug. 26, improving in their second match of the season.

Jack Misheck led the way with 82 followed by Pat Neylon (82), Joe Knight (83), Jeff Cizek (85) and John Randolph (88). Although the team has improved, they’ll need to be vigilant and competitive in the conference and region and continue to expand their game, said coach Bob Freudenthal.


August 26, 2013

Rough outing to start season

The Cyclones had a less than ideal start to the season Aug. 23 with their inaugural 2013 match at the PrairieView Preview at the PrairieView Golf Club.

Playing on a course with faster greens than they’re used to, the Cyclones struggled among a tougher field of competitors. Jack Misheck hit 80, Pat Neylon had 86, John Randolph shot 87, Jeff Cizek had 88, and Joe Knight hit 89. This was just one match under the Cyclones’ belt, but they have to learn to make quick adjustments to different courses and should bounce back, said coach Bob Freudenthal.


August 22, 2013

Cyclones plan to be in the mix in 2013

With a deeper squad lined up this season, the Cyclones anticipate more success in 2013 with some strong recruits and experienced returners.

All-Conference golfer Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) returns with his raw power. After a solid first year with the Cyclones, he is expected to be a leader for this year’s crew. Pat Neylon (Shepard) played every match last year and stepped up his game for this season. Nathan LaPorte (Timothy Academy) is the last of the returnees and has worked hard on the links to improve and fight for a chance to be in the top five.

Joining Moraine Valley are solid recruits Joe Knight (Sandburg), who if he stays steady all year could be an All-Region player; John Randolph (Sandburg), who has length off the tee and should average in the 70s; Marist grad John Yerkes; Jeff Cizek (Sandburg); Avery Peterson (Plainfield North); Austin Temple (Stagg); and Zac Traina (Lockport). Although the Cyclones will miss the talents of Jeremy Fraser—only one of two Cyclones to qualify for the national tournament twice—who moved on to Lewis University, the team will average better than last year. “We have a stronger and deeper team, and I look forward to the season with cautious optimism,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “We’ll miss having Fraser on the team, but we have some experienced players, and we’ll be competitive. We’ll be in the mix this year.”


2013 Season

All-Conference Team: Joe Knight (#5), Jack Misheck (#8), Pat Neylon (#10)

Day Date Opponent/Location Tee-off Results
Fri. 8/23 PrairieView Preview/PrairieView Golf Club, Byron 1:30 p.m. 11th o/o 12 Teams
Jack Misheck- 80
Pat Neylon- 86
John Randolph- 87
Jeff Cizek- 88
Joe Knight- 89
Mon. 8/26 Moraine Valley Community College/Water's Edge Golf Club, Worth*
12:30 p.m.
2nd Place
Jack Misheck- 82
Pat Neylon- 82
Joe Knight- 83
Jeff Cizek- 85
John Randolph- 88
Wed. 8/28 Oakton Community College/Mission Hills Country Club, Northbrook * 12:30 p.m. 3rd Place
Joe Knight- 76
Jeff Cizek- 81
Pat Neylon- 82
Jack Misheck- 82
Wed. 9/4 Prairie State College/Glenwoodie Golf Course, Glenwood* 12:30 p.m.
3rd Place
Pat Neylon- 77
Jack Misheck- 77
Joe Knight- 78
Jeff Cizek- 82
Mon. 9/9 Waubonsee Community College/Blackberry Oaks Golf Course, Bristol* 12:30 p.m. 2nd Place
Joe Knight- 74
Jack Misheck- 75
Pat Neylon- 77
John Yerkes- 78
Tues. 9/10 University of St. Francis Tournament/Wedgewood Golf Course, Joliet 10 a.m. 15th Place
Jeff Cizek- 80
John Randolph- 83
Joe Knight- 87
John Yerkes- 91
Mon. 9/16 College of Lake County/Shepherd's Crook Golf Club, Zion* 12:30 p.m. 1st Place
Pat Neylon- 81
John Randolph- 82
Joe Knight- 83
Jack Misheck- 88
Mon. 9/23 Elgin Community College/Highlands Golf Course, Elgin*
12:30 p.m. 6th Place
Jeff Cizek- 78
Jack Misheck- 80
Joe Knight- 81
Pat Neylon- 90
Wed. 9/25 Conference Rain Date #1 TBA N/A
Fri. 9/27 Sauk Valley Skyhawk Classic/
Emerald Hills Golf Course, Sterling
1:30 p.m. 6th place
Jack Misheck- 77
Joe Knight- 77
Pat Neylon- 85
Nathan LaPorte- 90
Sun. 9/29 Conference Rain Date #2 TBA N/A
Fri. 10/4 PrairieView Classic/PrairieView Golf Club, Byron 1:30 p.m. Canceled
Thu.-Sat. 10/10-12 NJCAA Region IV Tournament/PrairieView Golf Club, Byron 10/11 a.m. 9th Place
Jeff Cizek- 82, 87, 85
Joe Knight- 83, 87, 84
Pat Neylon- 84, 94, 84
Jack Misheck- 88, 92, 86
John Yerkes- 78, 94, 98
Sun.- Fri. 5/18-23/2014 NJCAA Division II Golf Championship/Swan Lake Resort, Plymouth, Ind. 8 a.m. N/A

May 27, 2013
Fraser solid as a rock at nationals
For his second consecutive year, Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North) hit the links May 21-24 at the NJCAA Division II men’s Golf National Championship—a feat only accomplished by two Cyclones. His consistency earned him a 73rd place finish out of 122 golfers.

Competing against other high-level golfers from around the country is no small challenge, but Fraser faced it with an even keel. He hit 77, 77, 77, and 78 at the Goose Pond Colony in Scottsboro, Ala. Although he typically plays better in poor weather, the 80-degree days didn’t deter his strength and length off the tee and solid putting. “He consistently drove the ball 300 yards. I’m very happy with how he played,” said head coach Bob Freudenthal. “He’s had two great years at Moraine Valley and is only the second Cyclone golfer to go to nationals twice.”

Fraser competed with the Moraine Valley team at nationals last year where they finished 12th. He will attend Lewis University in the fall on a golf scholarship.


May 24, 2013
Fraser consistent in round three
After a third round yesterday at the golf nationals, Jeremy Fraser proved to be steady as a drum, swinging his way to a third consecutive 77. He moved up to 73rd place in the competition with one more day to go. For more information, visit the tournament website at www.mccaa.org/f/0/3/Golf/2013_Golf_Nationals.php.


May 23, 2013
Day two at nationals
Jeremy Fraser played another consistent round on the links in the second day of competition (May 22) in the NJCAA Golf National Championship. He hit 77 to match his first day, placing him 77th in the field of more than 120 golfers. Play was delayed for an hour due to lightning.


May 22, 2013
Fraser starts play at nationals
Jeremy Fraser started his run May 21 at the NJCAA Division II Men's Golf National Championship in Scottsboro, Ala. He hit 77 on the first day, and is currently in 65th place.


October 8, 2012
Cyclones finish season, qualify one for nationals
Though not the champions of 2011, the Cyclones ended a respectable season in the NJCAA Region IV Tournament Oct. 4-6 with improved play and a national qualifier in Jeremy Fraser.

The Cyclones placed seventh out of 10 teams in the tournament, and Fraser finished fifth overall (73, 77, 78) qualifying for the NJCAA Division II Championship in May. He actually led the field for the first two days of competition. “His ending scores might not seem impressive, but considering the weather conditions, he did really well,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “In my 20 years coaching, this was the worst weather I can remember for this tournament. It was in the 40s with 20 to 30 mile-per-hour winds. It was awful.”

Fellow teammate Jack Misheck missed the All-Region team by one stroke, hitting 83, 79 and 81. Dan Dermody steadily improved each day (89, 87, 83) followed by Pat Neylon (89, 92, 85).

Moraine Valley ended up in third in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference, but had some big wins this season, including a first place finish in their home conference match and third in the Skyhawk Invitational. With Fraser being the lone returner from the 2011 squad, it was fitting that he qualified for nationals.

“He’ll represent us well at nationals. I’m happy for him. He worked hard and is very excited,” Freudenthal said. “Overall I’m proud of how the team played. I knew it would be tough with one returning player, but everyone improved throughout the season and it was a satisfying year.”

Fraser has until May 19 to prepare for the championships in Scottsboro, Ala.


October 1, 2012
Fraser medals; Cyclones finish up before regionals
In one final match before the NJCAA Region IV tournament, the Cyclones held their own Sept. 28 for a ninth place finish at the Prairie View Classic in Byron, Ill.

Jeremy Fraser took third place individual honors for shooting a 73. He was followed by Jack Misheck (83), Pat Neylon (85) and Joe LaPorte (87). “Jeremy is playing really well and has a good shot at making it to nationals,” said coach Bob Freudenthal.


September 25, 2012
Cyclones take third in conference
In their final Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference match of the season, the Cyclones struggled in the windy conditions for a fifth place finish Sept. 24 at College of Lake County’s home course in Zion.

Jeremy Fraser shot an 82 followed by Pat Neylon (86), Dan Dermody (87) and Jack Misheck with a rare 97. With this most recent finish, the Cyclones ended conference play in third place, less than 10 points shy of second. Based on the five best scores of the season, Misheck earned a nod to the All-Conference third team, with a 77 average, and Fraser to the fourth team, boasting a 77.6 average.

“Conference play is done, and we’re near the end of the season. We won our home conference tournament and came in third in an invitational so far, and now two of our golfers are All-Conference players. Those two have a shot at making nationals,” said coach Bob Freudenthal.


September 24, 2012
Cyclones finish third in Skyhawk Classic
Amid 20 mile per hour winds, rain and 50-degree temperatures, the Cyclones played well at the Sauk Valley Skyhawk Classic in Sterling, Illinois on Sept. 21, placing third.

Sophomore Jeremy Fraser finished second overall with a 75 followed by Pat Neylon who shot his best game of the year, a 79. Jack Misheck had an 81 while Jake Heinrich swung to an 85.

“It’s a very respectable finish considering the conditions,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “We’re mudders. We do well in adverse conditions. I was satisfied with how we played, and we beat teams that we’ll face in the region tournament next week.”


September 18, 2012
’Clones continue to improve, finish third
Compared to last season, 2012 is shaping up to be a little different for the Cyclones. In their fifth Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference match on Sept. 17, the golf team placed third with 316 total points at Waubonsee Community College’s home course in Bristol.

Sophomore Jeremy Fraser continued his consistent play with a 73. Adding to the team score were Jack Misheck (78), Pat Neylon (80), who shot his best game this season, and Jake Heinrich (85). As the season nears the end, the Cyclones are continuing to improve every game and pushing ahead.


September 12, 2012
St. Francis tourney deals tough course to Cyclones
Each year the Cyclones participate in the St. Francis Invitational, a competition attended primarily by four-year colleges and universities and a handful of community colleges. Moraine Valley once again accepted the challenge finishing 19th on Sept. 11.

Jeremy Fraser led the charge with a 79 and on his heels was Jake Heinrich who shot an 83—his best round of the season. Pat Neylon followed with an 85 and Nathan LaPorte had 92 for the day.

“Considering the other teams we played, it was respectable,” said coach Bob Freudenthal. “It was another experience, but I’m happy to see the progress by the players. Everybody’s improving.”


September 11, 2012
Cyclones finish fourth in Glenwood
The Cyclones are still hanging on to second place in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference after taking fourth on Sept. 10 on Prairie State College’s home course, Glenwoodie Golf Course.

The course was challenging, but the Cyclones had an off day. Jack Misheck was the low shooter with an 81 followed by Jeremy Fraser (82), Dan Dermody (87), and Pat Neylon (93).


September 10, 2012
Cyclones finish well in big tourney
Competition was fierce on Sept. 7 at the Duane Chanay Invitational at Byron Hills Golf Club, where the Cyclones finished 11th out of 16 teams, just four points shy of 10th place.

Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North) led with a 72, including an impressive six birdies, followed closely by Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) who shot 74. Pat Neylon (Shepard) and Dan Dermody (St. Laurence) contributed with an 82 and 85, respectively. In a field filled with some of the top community college and four-year college teams in the Midwest, the Cyclones held their own for a respectable finish.


September 6, 2012
Second and a medalist for Cyclones
The Cyclones are playing solidly on the links, and the team proved it with a second place finish Sept. 5 at Sportsmans Country Club in Northbrook.

In another conference matchup, Moraine Valley fell just behind College of Lake County, but looked good. Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) shot a 72 and tied for a medal, the second time he’s medaled this season. Following close behind was Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North) with a 74. Shepard alum Pat Neylon continues to improve his game, shooting an 81 and Dan Dermody (St. Laurence) was consistent with an 84.


August 30, 2012
'Clones take first at home
A little home field advantage always does some good. For the Cyclones, it helped the team grab first place in conference play on Aug. 29.

Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) shot his best game, and was a medalist for the match, with a 74 followed closely by Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North) with a 77. Dan Dermody (St. Laurence) and Pat Neylon (Shepard) each shot an 85 to round out the score.

"We took advantage of our home course, and now we're in second place in the conference," said coach Bob Freudenthal. "In three weeks we've come a long way. We're getting it done."


August 28, 2012
Cyclones grab fourth
So far it’s been a difficult start to the season. After first playing a long 36-hole tournament at Highland Community College the Cyclones played their second match in Elgin, a challenging course, on Aug. 27 and took fourth place.

Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) led the team with 80 followed by Lincoln-Way North grad Jeremy Fraser (82), St. Laurence product Dan Dermody (87) and Shepard alum Pat Neylon (90).

It was a windy day on a difficult course, but the Cyclones are hoping to prevail against their fellow conference foes in their home match Aug. 29.


August 27, 2012
Cyclones put in decent effort in season opener
The Cyclones turned out a decent showing in their opening tournament on Aug. 24, finishing ninth out of 14 teams at the Highland Community College “36” in Freeport.

Sophomore Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North) led the charge with a 72 and 82 followed by freshman Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North), who shot an 84 and 75. Also contributing to the cause were St. Laurence alum Dan Dermody (85, 85) and Shepard product Pat Neylon (88, 85).

In the second round Fraser was tied for second, but playing 36 holes in the heat took a toll by the end of the day, said coach Bob Freudenthal.


August 23, 2012
Golf team has challenges ahead, but ready to work hard
The 2011 Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference champions and NJCAA championship qualifiers have left this year’s squad with a lot to live up to. One golfer from that successful team is back this year, faced with the challenge of leading a Cyclones repeat.

Moraine Valley saw its top golfers—Ricky Palonis (Lincoln-Way Central), All-American Ryan Frederick (Lockport), Brendan Ryan (Shepard), and Kenny Feldmeier (Providence)—head to four-year universities on scholarships. Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North), who competed at the national tournament and helped his team finish 12th, is the lone returner who will be the team leader. “We’re expecting big things from him,” said coach Bob Freudenthal.

In the small but mighty group of newcomers is Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North) who had a successful high school career and is a major addition to the team. Dan Dermody (St. Laurence/University of Iowa), Pat Neylon (Shepard), Jake Heinrich (Shepard), Joe LaPorte (Stagg), and homeschooled Nathan LaPorte, also will contribute this season.

“This will be one of our most challenging seasons because of our recent past successes, but we’re putting in enough work that we can have a good year,” Freudenthal said. “There’s a lot of potential with this team. I can see it. Through practice and hard work we’ll do well.”


2012 Season
All-Region IV team: Jeremy Fraser (Lincoln-Way North)- #5 player
All-Conference third team: Jack Misheck (Lincoln-Way North)
All-Conference fourth team: Fraser

Day Date Opponent/Location Tee-Off Results
Fri. 8/24 Highland CC "36"/Park Hills Golf Course, Freeport 8 a.m. 9th Place o/o 14 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 72, 82
Jack Misheck- 84, 75
Dan Dermody- 85, 85
Pat Neylon- 88, 85
Mon. 8/27 Elgin Community College/Highlands Golf Course, Elgin* 12:30 p.m. 4th Place o/o 6 Teams
Jack Misheck- 80
Jeremy Fraser- 82
Dan Dermody- 87
Pat Neylon- 90
Wed. 8/29 Moraine Valley Community College/Water's Edge Golf Club, Worth* 12:30 p.m.
1st Place o/o 6 Teams
Jack Misheck- 74
Jeremy Fraser- 77
Dan Dermody- 85
Pat Neylon- 85
Wed.  9/5 Oakton Community College/Sportsmans Country Club, Northbrook * 12:30 p.m. 2nd Place
Jack Misheck- 72
Jeremy Fraser- 74
Dan Dermody- 81
Pat Neylon- 84
Fri. 9/7 Duane Chanay Invitational/Byron Hills Golf Club, Port Byron 2 p.m.
11th Place o/o 16 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 72
Jack Misheck- 74
Dan Dermody- 85
Pat Neylon- 82
Mon. 9/10 Prairie State College/Glenwoodie Golf Course, Glenwood* 12:30 p.m. 4th Place o/o 6 Teams
Jack Misheck- 81
Jeremy Fraser- 82
Dan Dermody- 87
Pat Neylon- 93
Tues. 9/11 St. Francis Invitational/Inwood Golf Course, Joliet 10 a.m. 19th Place
Jeremy Fraser- 79
Jake Heinrich- 83
Pat Neylon- 85
Nathan LaPorte- 92
Mon. 9/17 Waubonsee Community College/Blackberry Oaks Golf Course, Bristol* 12:30 p.m. 3rd Place o/o 6 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 73
Jack Misheck- 78
Pat Neylon- 80
Jake Heinrich- 85
Fri. 9/21 Sauk Valley Skyhawk Invitational/
Emerald Hills Golf Course, Sterling
1:30 p.m. 3rd Place
Jeremy Fraser- 75
Pat Neylon- 79
Jack Misheck- 81
Jake Heinrich- 85
Mon. 9/24 College of Lake County/Shepherd's Crook Golf Club, Zion* 12:30 p.m. 5th Place o/o 6 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 82
Pat Neylon- 86
Dan Dermody- 87
Jack Misheck- 97
Wed. 9/26 Conference Rain Date # 1 TBD  
Fri. 9/28  Prairie View Classic/PrairieView Golf Club, Byron 1:30 p.m. 9th Place o/o 13 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 73
Jack Misheck- 83
Pat Neylon- 85
Joe LaPorte- 87
Sun.  9/30 Conference Rain Date # 2  TBD  
Thu.-Sat.  10/4-6 Region IV Tournament/Prairie View Golf Club, Byron 10/11 a.m. 7th Place o/o 10 Teams
Jeremy Fraser- 73, 77, 78 (national qualifier)
Jack Misheck- 83, 79, 81
Dan Dermody- 89, 87, 83
Pat Neylon- 89, 92, 85

Sun.- Fri.
5/19-24/2013 NJCAA Division II Golf Championship/Goose Pond Golf Course/Scottsboro, Ala.
8 a.m.
73rd Place o/o 122
Jeremy Fraser- 77, 77, 77, 78