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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Reehoorn Regains Top-25 Form At US Intercollegiate
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 05/07/2000
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May 7, 2000

Stanford, Calif.--- After struggling through much of the spring season, Washington State sophomore Jon Reehoorn (Burlington, Wash.) fired a third round 72 at the US Intercollegiate and earned his seventh top-25 finish in the final event of the year. The Cougars tied with Pacific for 13th overall.

Reehoorn ended the tournament with a seven-over par 220 and tied for 21st with two other players. Freshman Matt McGeeney (San Pedro, Calif.) also finished in the top-25, firing a three-round 221 and placing 24th. It was McGeeney's best performance since he fired a 219 and placed 21st at the Wolf Pack Classic in October.

California erased a four stroke deficit on Sunday to overcome Pepperdine for top team honors. The Golden Bears edged the Waves by one stroke, 855 to 856. Portland finished third, 16 strokes behind Pepperdine at 872. The Pac-10 was well represented with California, Oregon, Oregon State, and Stanford all finishing in the top six.

California's Han Lee carded a final day 67 to edge Pepperdine's Michael Beard and Jason Allred for the individual title. Lee finished the tournament six-under par at 207, beating Beard by two strokes and Allred by three.

The US Intercollegiate marked the final event of the season for Washington State.

WSU RESULTS: 298-300-300---898, T21) Jon Reehoorn 73-75-72---220, T24) Matt McGeeney 72-76-73---221, T59) Dustin White 77-73-78---228, T76) Jeremy Taylor 76-78-77---231, T79) Roger Flynn 77-76-79---232,

TOP FIVE PLAYERS: (1) Han Lee, California, 207 (2) Michael Beard, Pepperdine, 209 (3) Jason Allred, Pepperdine, 210 (4) Fernando Gomez, San Francisco, 214, Sprague Kolp, Portland, 214

TEAM RESULTS: (1) California, 855 (2) Pepperdine, 856 (3) Portland, 872 (4) Oregon, 878 (5) Oregon State, 879 (6) Stanford, San Francisco, 883 (8) UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, 890 (10) CSU-Northridge, 893 (11) UC-Irvine, San Diego, 894 (13) Washington State, Pacific, 898 (15) Long Beach State, 899 (16) New Mexico State, 905 (17) San Jose State, 906 (18) Sacramento State, 926

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