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Dustin White and Isaac Woods Come Out Firing At Turtle Bay
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 11/04/2002
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Nov. 4, 2002

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Dustin White and Isaac Woods are tied for 10th after two rounds at the Turtle Bay Collegiate at the par 72, 7,199 yard Links at Kuilima at Honolulu, Hawaii, Monday.

White fired a 1-under 71 in the first round, followed by a 74, and flip flopped with Woods who shot a 74 to open up the tournament, and followed that up with a 71 in the second round. The duo sit four shots back of second place and seven shots back of tournament leader David Skinns of Tennessee who blistered the course for a 65 in the first round.

The Cougars are in fifth place after two rounds in the field of 19. WSU is two shots back of fourth place Virginia, and will head into tomorrow chasing the top three lead by UNLV.

Ryan Camp will vie for a top 25 finish tomorrow by securing himself a tie for 20th to finish the day. Paul Knue shot an even par first round score of 72 to open his second career tournament, and finished in a tie for 49th. Playing as an individual, Ryan Ressa sits in a tie for 80th heading into the final round.

Turtle Bay Collegiate
Nov. 4-5
Links at Kuilima
Honolulu, Hawaii
Par 72; 7,199 yards
Results after 2 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T10. Dustin White (71-74 - 145, +1), T10. Isaac Woods (74-71 - 145, +1), T20. Ryan Camp (71-76 - 147, +3), T49. Paul Knue (72-81 - 153, +9), T80. (I) Ryan Ressa (81-80 -161, +17).

Team Results: 1. UNLV (568), 2. Tennesse (573), 3. South Carolina (577), 4. Virginia (587), 5. Washington State (589), 6. San Diego State (590), 7. Portland (592), 8. San Francisco (593), 9. IPC (601), 10. CSU-San Marcos (602), 11. Hawaii-Hilo (604), 12. CSU-Stanislaus (605), 13. Santa Clara (607), 14. UC-Riverside (611), 15. Weber State (615), 16. St. Mary's (617), 17. Hawaii (619), 18. Hawaii White (650), 19. Osaka (664).

Top Five Individuals: 1. David Skinns, Tennessee (65-73 - 138, -6), T2. Ryan Moore, UNLV (71-70 - 141, -3), T2. Robert Frye, USF (69-72 - 141, -3), T2. J.C. Deacon, UNLV (69-72 - 141, -3), 5. Ross McGowan, Tennessee (67-76 - 143, -1).

Washington State Cougars Men's Golf
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