Husky Golfers Ninth at Topy Cup

Sept. 9, 2003

TANAGURA, Japan - Washington shot 303 and is in ninth place following Tuesday's first round of play at the Topy Cup, an annual competition between American and Japanese colleges played at the par-72, 7,086-yard Tanagura Country Club.

Arkansas grabbed the first day lead with a 4-over 292. Nihon, one of seven Japanese universities in the field, and Duke were a stroke back at 293. Oregon, the other U.S. team in the field, was last in the 11-team field at 316 at 303.

Washington senior Dan Potter shot 73 to post the best score among the Husky contingent. Freshman Alex Prugh shot 76 while his brother Corey carded a 77 along with Cody Upham. First-year player Reid Rader had a tough debut, finishing at 87.

Adam Wing of Arkansas holds the individual lead at 67.

Topy Cup
Tanagura Country Club
Tanagura, Japan
First Round
7,086 Yards, Par-72
- 1, Arkansas, 292. 2 (tie), Nihon, 293; Duke, 293. 4, Tohoku Fukushi, 295. 5 (tie), Nippon Sport Science, 298; Nagoya, 298. 7, Kyushu Tokai, 299. 8, Chuo Gakuin, 302. 9, Washington, 303. 10, Konan, 304. 11, Oregon, 316.

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