Husky Men's Golfers Head to Cleveland Classic

Feb. 28, 2003

Seattle - The 20th-ranked Washington men's golf team plays its second spring tournament of the year March 3-4 at the Cleveland Golf Classic at North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, Calif. The 54-hole tournament features 36 holes of play on Monday and the final round of Tuesday. North Ranch will play as a par-71, 6,815-yard course for the event.

Joining Washington and host USC in the 17-team field are Arizona State, BYU, California, Fresno State, Houston, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, Pepperdine, San Diego State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA and UC Santa Barbara.

USC won last events with a 12-over score of 864, three strokes ahead of Washington and Oregon.

Husky junior All-American took medalist honors at the 2002 event. Mackenzie posted rounds of 71, 68 and 69 to finish at 5-under 208, three strokes ahead of USC's Kevin Stadler. UW's Corey Prugh was fifth overall at 214.

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