Oct. 9, 2000
Reno, Nev. --- Four Washington State players carded first round 75s and are tied for 11th place to lead the Cougars to a tie for second overall at the University of Nevada-hosted Wolf Pack Classic.
Juniors Jon Reehoorn and Jeremy Taylor, sophomore Dustin White, and freshman Isaac Woods each sit seven strokes off the lead after 75s on Monday. The second round on the par-71 Wolf Run Golf Course was cancelled due to poor weather.
Nevada is the overall leader after firing a 294. Washington State and Utah are tied for second, six strokes off the lead.
The host school also claimed the top two individual spots on Monday, with Sprague Kolp shooting a three-under-par 68 and Carlos Concha three strokes back at 71. Hawaii's Matthew Kodama is third.
Play begins on Tuesday, weather permitting, at 9 a.m.
TEAM RESULTS: 1.Nevada (294) 2. Washington State, Utah (300) 4. Liberty (301) 5. Rhode Island (302) 6. Texas El Paso (303) 7. Hawaii (304) 8. Boise St., Hawaii-Hilo (309) 10. Portland, Gonzaga (310) 12. Weber St. (311) 13. Loyola Marymount (313) 14. Eastern Washington (315) 15. Portland St. (319)
TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS: 1.Sprague Kolp, Nevada (68) 2. Carlos Concha, Nevada (71) 3. Matthew Kodama, Hawaii (72) 4. Five players tied at 73