WSU Men's Golf Place A Quartet In Top 10 At Wolf Pack Classic
Oct. 9, 2001
GENOA, Nevada - Senior Jon Reehoorn capped a record setting tournament for the Washington State men's golf team by tying a WSU mark at the University of Nevada Wolf Pack Classic, Tuesday.
With a final round 72, the Burlington, Wash., native fired a 54-hole score of 207 (66-69-72, -9) tying the WSU record for lowest individual three-round score in a tournament. Reehoorn joined his teammate Dustin White, who posted a 207 score, Sept. 12, 2000 at the Northwest Collegiate in Corvallis, Ore.
Reehoorn's achievement followed up the Cougars' record setting opening round team score of 270 established Monday, which shattered the previous single round team scoring record of 276 set Sept. 8, 1998 and April 9, 2001.
Reehoorn, who posted his 10th career top 10 finish with his fourth place effort, led a contingent of four Cougars that finished in the top 10. White, a junior from Pueblo West, Colo., fired a final round 69 to close the tournament in a tie for sixth at 211 (-5). White has not finished out of the top 11 in any of the four events he has competed in this fall.
Ryan Camp secured his second consecutive top 10 finish as the sophomore from Spokane, Wash., completed the event in a tie for eighth at 212 (-4). Sophomore Isaac Woods posted his first top 10 effort this fall as the Enumclaw, Wash., native ended the tournament in a tie for 10th with a score of 214 (-2). Senior Jeremy Taylor (West Richland, Wash.) finished in a tie for 38th at 221 (+5).
With a third place team finish in the 16-team field at Nevada, the Cougars have placed in the top three in every tournament this fall. WSU secured a victory at the Vandal Fall Invitational, Sept. 25, and finished second at the Northwest Classic, Sept. 11 and the Husky Invitational, Oct. 2. WSU has defeated 52 of the 56 teams faced in four tournaments during the fall campaign.
While the men competed at Nevada, the WSU women's team is at the Oregon State Shanico Invitational on the Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore. Freshman Kim Welch is tied for 20th after two rounds. Welch followed up an opening round 76 with a second round 73, Tuesday to post a two day total of 149 (+5). The tournament concludes with 18 holes Wednesday.
Following are Tuesday's results for the WSU men's and women's golf team:
Top Five Individuals
*Won in playoff
Top Five Individuals
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