Men's Golf Tied For Sixth At Red River Classic With One Round To Go
Oct. 8, 2001
Dallas, Tex. - Senior Kevin Stadler shot two rounds of 69 on Monday to lead the USC men's golf team into a three-way tie for sixth place with one round to go at the Red River Classic held at the Dallas Athletic Club in Dallas, Tex., on Mon.-Tues. (Sept. 8-9).
The Trojans, along with Washington and Oklahoma State, shot 570 after 36 holes and are 12 strokes behind tourney leader Texas (558). Ohio State is second (561), followed by Oklahoma (564), TCU (565) and Southern Methodist (569).
Stadler is tied for sixth with Manuel Merizalde of BYU and Chris Nallen of Arizona after shooting a six-under-par 138. Jason Hartwick of Texas has a comfortable lead with a 13-under-par 131. Martin Flores of Oklahoma is second (136), while Anders Hultman of Oklahoma State, Doug Wade of Ohio State and Franklin Hatchett of SMU are tied for third with 137.
Also for USC, freshman Nico Bollini shot a first-round 69 and is tied for 15th with a total of 141, juniors Chris Botsford and David Oh are tied for 50th with a score of 146 and freshman Ben Hayes is tied for 63rd with a score of 150.
The final round will start on Tuesday with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.