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Men's Golf Sets The Pace After Two Rounds Of Wolf Pack Classic
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/08/2001
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Oct. 8, 2001

GENOA, Nevada - Ignited by a record setting performance in the opening round, the Washington State men's golf team holds the lead after two rounds of the University of Nevada Wolf Pack Classic, Monday.

The Cougars shot a two round total of 560 to set the pace in the 16-team tournament. Heading into Tuesday's final 18 holes, WSU is three ahead of the University of Denver and is seven stokes up on the University of Nevada.

In the morning's opening round, WSU recorded a score of 270, shattering the previous single round team scoring record of 276 set in 1998 and 2001. In that record opening round all five Cougars - Jon Reehoorn (66), Dustin White (67), Ryan Camp (68), Isaac Woods (69), and Jeremy Taylor (69) - posted scores in the 60's.

Reehoorn's opening 66 was the second lowest first round score in the tournament's 83-person field and tied for second lowest in school history. Reehoorn enters the final round tied for second after posting a 36-hole total of 135 (-9), one shot behind tournament leader Erik Billinger of Denver. The senior from Burlington, Wash., recorded an eagle along with 12 birdies en route to posting his two round total.

"It is real exciting to have five guys with 60's in the first round," said WSU Head Coach Walt Williams. "Everyone is playing well and Jon is playing fabulously."

Reehoorn leads a contingent of five Cougars in the top 25. Camp is tied for fifth with a 36-hole total of 140 (-4) while White enters Tuesday's final round tied for eighth at 142 (-2). Woods is tied for 12th with a two round total of 143 (-1) and Taylor is tied for 25th at 146 (+2).

While the men are playing the Nevada the WSU women's team is at the Oregon State Shanico Invitational at the Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore. Freshman Kim Welch leads the Cougars after posting an opening round 76. The tournament continues with 18 holes Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Following are Monday's results for the WSU men's and women's golf team:

WSU Men:
Wolfpack Classic
Oct. 8-9, 2001
Genoa Lakes Golf Club, Genoa, Nev.
Par 72
After 2 of 3 rounds

WSU Results
T2. Jon Reehoorn (66-69-135, -9), T5. Ryan Camp (68-72 -140, -4), T8. Dustin White (67-75-142, -2), T12. Isaac Woods (69-74-143, -1), T25. Jeremy Taylor (69-77-146, +2).

Team Results
1. Washington State 560, 2. Denver 563, 3. Nevada 567, 4. Texas El Paso 573, 5. Rhode Island 576, T6. Boise State 585, T6. Wyoming 585, 8. NC-Greensboro 586, 9. Hawaii-Hilo 587, T10. Hawaii 589, T10. New Mexico State 589, 12. Loyola Marymount 593, 13. Portland 594, 14. San Francisco 596, 15. Louisiana-Monroe 605, 16. Nevada B 606.

Top Five Individuals
1. Erik Billinger, Denver (65-69-134, -10), T2. Jon Reehoorn, WSU (66-69-135, -9), T2. Sprague Kolp, Nevada (68-67-135, -9), 4. Nathan Fritz, UTEP (70-69-139, -5), T5. Ryan Camp, WSU (68-72-140, -4), T5. Tommy Hart, Denver (69-71-140, -4).

WSU Women:
Oregon State Shanico Invitational
Oct. 8-10, 2001
Trysting Tree Golf Club, Corvallis, Ore.
Par 72
After 1 of 3 rounds

WSU Results
T24. Kim Welch (76, +4), T46. Jara Goldstein (78, +6), T74. Tasha Browner (81, +9), T81. Jackie Stevens (82, +10), Nicole Hebner (82, +10).

Team Results
1. California 286, 2. Arizona 289, 3. Stanford 295, 4. BYU 296, 5. Oregon State 298, 6. San Francisco 299, 7. Washington 300, T8. UNLV 307, T8. Northern Arizona 307, 10. Long Beach State 308, T11. Idaho 309, T11. Oregon 309, 13. New Mexico 310, 14. Idaho State 316, 15. Washington State 317, 16. Portland State 321, 17. Weber State 324, 18. Eastern Washington 325, 19. Boise State 326.

Top Five Individuals
1. Kim Kouwabunpat, Stanford (67, -5), 2. Ria Quiazon, California (68, -4), 3. Jessica Gardner (69, -3), T4. Anne Lee, Arizona (71, -1), T4. Marie Louise Juul, Long Beach State (71, -1), T4. Sarah Huarte, California (71, -1).

Washington State Cougars Men's Golf
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