Golfers Seventh After Two Rounds of the Husky Invitational
Oct. 1, 2001
BREMERTON, Wash. - The University of Oregon men's golf team was in seventh place of 10 teams after the first two rounds of the Husky Invitational, played Monday at the 7,035-yard, par-72 Olympic Course at Gold Mountain.
The Ducks had rounds of 373-374 for a 747 and were 18 strokes off the pace set by Washington, which carded a 229. Defending team champion Pepperdine was five stokes back with a 736, followed by Washington State and Nevada at 739, Colorado at 742 and Oregon State at 743.
Washington's John Robertson tied the course record with an opening-round 67 and followed that with a second round 71 to take a three-shot lead into Tuesday's final round.
Defending individual champion John Ellis of Oregon fired a 1-under 143 with rounds of 72-71 to tie for fourth and was five strokes back of Robertson. Duck senior Aaron Byers was tied for 12th at 2-over.
The final round starts at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Olympic Course at Gold Mountain
7,035 Yards, Par-72
TEAM SCORES - 1, Washington, 367-362-729. 2, Pepperdine, 376-360-736. 3 (tie), Washington State, 374-365-739, Nevada, 376-363-739. 5, Colorado, 377-365-742. 6, Oregon State, 386-357-743. 7, Oregon, 373-374-747. 8, Georgia Southern, 380-369-749. 9 (tie), California, 380-372-752, Stanford, 378374-752.
TOP 10 - 1, John Robertson, Washington, 67-71-138. 2, Gordy Scutt, Washington, 72-69-141. 3, Ben Portie, Colorado, 73-69-142. 4 (tie), John Ellis, Oregon, 72-71-143, Ryan Camp, Washington State, 74-69-143. 6 (tie), Philip Rowe, Stanford, 73-71-144, Mike Haack, Nevada, 75-69-144, Jason Allred, Pepperdine, 74-70-144, Blake Mastalir, Stanford, 75-69-144. 10 (tie), Dustin White, Washington State, 73-72-145, Peter Tomasulo, California, 73-72-145.
OTHER OREGON FINISHERS - 12 (tie), Aaron Byers, Oregon, 71-75-146. 27 (tie), Chris Carnahan, 75-75-150. 38 (tie), Brandon Harnden, 76-77-153. 50 (tie), Jimmy White, 80-76-156. 53 (tie), Chris Heniff, 79-79-158.
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