WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Purdue Sports) – A steady rain that fell overnight has caused the Kampen Course to become unplayable, canceling the final round of the Boilermaker Invitational.
With temps in the upper 30s and rain expected to continue for most of the morning, the course became unplayable overnight.
Northwestern and Kent State finish as co-champions at 3-over par, while Purdue finished two shots back in a fourth-place tie. UCF's Bobby Bai was the individual champion at 5-under par.
The event was the final tune-up for the Boilermakers, which will now head to the Baltimore Country Club for the Big Ten Championships on April 27 to 29.
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