April 28, 1999
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Washington State University men's golfer Brian Flugstad leads the Cougars with a three-round total of 223 at the Men's Golf Pacific-10 Championships, hosted by the University of Washington at the Par 70 Broadmoor Golf Club.
Redshirt freshman Jon Reehoorn is just one stroke behind Flugstad, shooting a 74 and 76 in the second and third rounds, respectively. Reehoorn is in a three-way tie for 42nd place.
Nationally ranked No. 8 Arizona State, who holds the Pacific-10 Conference title for the past four years, leads the Championship with a 54-hole team score of 1053. Washington State is in 10th place.
Stanford's nationally ranked no. 6 Joel Kribel shot a tournament best seven-under par 63 in the third round to take the lead in the individual title race. Kribel is eight strokes ahead of second place contenders Paul Casey (Arizona State) and Andrew Tredway (Oregon), both with totals of 205 on their scorecards.
The Cougar men will complete the final 18-holes of the 72-hole tournament April 28.
35t. Brian Flugstad 75-71-77 --- 223 42t. Jon Reehoorn 74-74-76 --- 224 56t. Jeremy Champoux 78-76-77 --- 231 56t. Matt Hartley 78-75-78 --- 231 56t. Eric Toomey 80-74-77 --- 231 60. Jeff Gustafson 76-81-75 --- 232.WSU ROSTER: Brian Flugstad, Bothell, Wash.; Jeremy Champoux, Yakima, Wash.; Jeff Gustafson, Battleground, Wash.; Matt Hartley, Longview, Wash.; Jon Reehoorn, Burlington, Wash.; Eric Toomey, Snohomish, Wash.