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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Pac-10 Powers Running Away At Anteater Invite
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 03/27/2000
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March 27, 2000

Coto de Caza, Calif.--- After two rounds at the Spalding / Anteater Invitational at the Coto de Caza Country Club, Pac-10 powerhouses Washington and Stanford are distancing themselves from the rest of the 21-team field.

Washington is the only team in the field to fire two sub-300 rounds on Monday and leads the tournament at 592, while Stanford is two strokes back at 594, 18-over par. The individual lead belongs to UCLA's Brandon DiTullio, who carded the day's only sub-70 stroke round, a 67 on the first 18 holes.

Washington State is being paced by Jon Reehoorn (Burlington, Wash.), who shot a seven-over par 151. The redshirt sophomore is currently tied for 27th. Cougar teammates Eric Toomey (Snohomish, Wash.) and Jeremy Taylor are tied for 69th at 12-over par.

WSU shot a collective 39-over par 615 and is tied for 14th overall. The third and final round will be played on Tuesday beginning at 8:00a.m.

COMPLETE WSU RESULTS: T27) Jon Reehoorn 76-75--151 +7 T69) Eric Toomey 74-82--156 +12 T69) Jeremy Taylor 77-79--156 +12 T81) Matt McGeeney 80-78--158 +14 T102) Dustin White 90-76--166 +22

TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS: 1) Brandon DiTullio, UCLA (143) 2) John Mallinger, Long Beach (145), Ray Otis, Nevada (145), Troy Kelly, Washington (145), Ron Won, Stanford (145)

TEAM RESULTS: 1) Washington (592) 2) Stanford (594) 3) Texas El-Paso (601) 4) Colorado State (602) 5) UC-Irvine (604), UCLA (604) 7) Long Beach State (605), San Diego (605), UC-Santa Barbara (605) 10) Nevada (606) 11) Sacramento State (608) 12) CSU-Northridge (610) 13) New Mexico State (612) 14) San Jose State (615), Arizona JV (615), Washington State (615) 17) Utah (616) 18)North Texas (617) 19) Boise State (621) 20) Idaho (627), 21) Utah State (630)

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