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IU women’s golf to compete in Big Ten Championships this weekend

<p>Members of the IU women&#x27;s golf team talk Feb. 21 after the first day a tournament in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. The team will compete in the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Tournament Players Club River&#x27;s Bend in Maineville, Ohio. </p>

Members of the IU women's golf team talk Feb. 21 after the first day a tournament in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. The team will compete in the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Tournament Players Club River's Bend in Maineville, Ohio.

IU women’s golf will compete in the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Tournament Player’s Club River’s Bend in Maineville, Ohio. The last time the Hoosiers competed at the Big Ten Tournament was in 2019, when they tied for second place. 

IU competed against the same Big Ten field it will see at the championships during the Hoosier Invitational at the Pfau Course last weekend

TPC River’s Bend is a par-72 course designed by Arnold Palmer and overlooks the Little Miami River. 

The tournament’s format will be six-count-four, with the team’s four best scores counting toward scoring. One round will be played each day from Friday until Sunday. 

The Hoosiers’ lineup, in order, will be sophomore Valerie Clancy, senior Mary Parsons, sophomore Hanna Tanaka, senior Angela Aung, freshman Morgan Dabagia and junior Maddie Dittoe. 

With the tournament beginning off split tees Friday, IU will begin off of no. 10 at 8:57 a.m. along with Rutgers. 

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