May 6, 2000
Stanford, Calif.--- Washington State sophomore Jon Reehoorn (Burlington, Wash.) and freshman Matt McGeeney (San Pedro, Calif.) carded a pair of 148s and are tied for 31st after the first two rounds of the US Intercollegiate being played at the par-71 Stanford Golf Course.
McGeeney fired the low round of the day for Washington State, a 72 on the first 18. Reehoorn followed a first round 73 with a four-over par 75 to finish the day 10 strokes behind the leader, Pepperdine's Michael Beard. Freshman Dustin White (Pueblo West, Colo.) was the only other Cougar in the top-50, as he shot an eight-over 150. WSU is locked with two other teams in 11th place heading into the final day of the tournament.
Led by Beard and teammate Jason Allred, Pepperdine enters the third round with a four stroke lead over California. Beard and Allred are currently one-two on the leader beard, respectively, with Beard holding a one shot lead at four-under par.
Play will continue Sunday at 8 a.m. The US Intercollegiate is the final tournament of the season for Washington State.
TOP FIVE PLAYERS: 1) Michael Beard, Pepperdine (138) 2) Jason Allred, Pepperdine (139) 3) Han Lee, California (140) 4) John Lepak, Oregon State (141) 5) Ryan Lavoie, Oregon (142)
TEAM RESULTS: 1) Pepperdine (571) 2) California (575) 3) Stanford (577) 4) Oregon State (583) 5) San Francisco, Portland (586) 7) Oregon (589) 8) Santa Clara (591) 9) CSU-Northridge (592) 10) UC-Irvine (596) 11) Pacific, Washington State, UC-Santa Barbara (598) 14) San Diego (601) 15) Long Beach State (602) 16) San Jose State (606) 17) New Mexico State (607) 18) Sacramento State (610)