Men's Golf Tied for 17th At NCAAs After First Round
May 30, 2001
Durham, N.C. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a nine-over par 297 in the first round of the 2001 NCAA Men's Golf Championships at the Duke Golf Course in Durham, N.C. and are tied for 17th overall. Arizona leads the 30-team field with an eight-under par 280 on the afternoon. Rounding out the top five are Georgia Tech (289), Augusta State (292), Toledo (292), Clemson (293) and East Tennessee State (293).
Individually for the Cardinal, junior Philip Rowe and sophomore Jim Seki shot a one-over par 73 today and are tied for 30th. Senior Eric Dahlberg carded a three-over par 75 and is tied for 66th while senior Jimmy Lee had a four-over par 76 and is tied for 96th.
Georgia Tech's Kris Mikkelsen and Arizona's Chris Nallen are leading the field after both fired a six-under par 66 in the first round.
Play continues tomorrow with the teams playing 18 holes at the Duke Golf Course. After two rounds, the field will be cut to the top 15 teams (no ties) and nine top individuals not on those teams.
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2001 NCAA Men's Golf Championships (First Round Results)
1. Arizona (280), 2. Georgia Tech (289), t3. Augusta State (292), t3. Toledo (292), 5. East Tennessee State (293), t6. Clemson (294), t6. Oklahoma (294), t6. South Carolina (294), t6. Virginia Tech (294), t6. Wake forest (294), t11. College of Charleston (295), t11. Oregon State (295), t13. Florida (296), t13. Georgia (296), t13. Minnesota (296), t13. Mississippi (296), t17. Stanford (297), t17. UAB (297), t19. Arizona State (298), t19. North Carolina State (298), t19. Southern Methodist (298), t22. Pacific (299), t22. UCLA (299), 24. Oklahoma State (300), 25. Washington (301), 26. Georgia Southern (302), 27. Houston (304), 28. UC-Irvine (306), t29. Kent State (310), t29. Purdue (310).