Taylor Caps Off Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate With 73
March 25, 2001
Washington State University Men's Golf
POTTSBORO, Texas --- Washington State senior Jeremy Taylor broke out of a slump with a final round 73 to lead the Cougars at the Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate at the par 72 Tanglewood Resort.
Taylor's best round of the spring season was not enough to lift the Cougars past 10th place in the 17-team field. Washington State carded a 306 in each round. The final round of the tournament was cancelled due to inclement weather.
Sophomore Dustin White was WSU's top individual finisher. The Pueblo West, Colo., native tied for 14th after shooting a 77 on Saturday. Junior Jon Reehoorn dropped from 11th after the first round, to a tie for 29th after carding a 77 in the second round.
Purdue walked away with the team medal after firing a 584 over two rounds. The Boilermakers fended off second place Toledo by five strokes, while Wichita State, Minnesota, and Michigan State finished 14 strokes off the lead in a tie for third.
Lee Williamson of Purdue beat Louisville's Chris Campbell by one stroke to walk away with top individual honors. Williamson's teammate, Peter Karmis, finished third with a 144.
Washington State will be back in action tomorrow at the Duck Invitational in Eugene, Ore.
WSU RESULTS: 306-306-312T14) Dustin White 72-77-149T29) Jon Reehoorn 74-77-151T37) Jeremy Taylor 80-73-153T67) Ryan Camp 80-79-159T73) Isaac Woods 80-80-160
TEAM RESULTS: 1. Purdue (584) 2. Toledo (589) 3. Wichita State, Minnesota, Michigan State (598) 6. Penn State (599) 7. Louisville (603) 8. Wisconsin (604) 9. Michigan (609) 10. Washington State (612) 11. Iowa, Indiana (618) 13. Illinois(620) 14. Marshall (625) 15. Northern Illinois (627) 16. Ball State (628) 17. Florida Gulf Coast (632)
TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS: 1. Lee Williamson, Purdue (142) 2. Chris Campbell, Louisville (143) 3. Peter Karmis, Purdue (144) 4. Wilhelm Schauman, Minnesota (145) 5. Four players tied at... (146)
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