Men's Golf in Eighth at USC Tournament
March 23, 1998
WESTLAKE, Calif. -- The Washington men's golf team rests in eighth place after two rounds of the Southwestern Intercollegiate. The Huskies carded a team score of 602 over the first 36 holes of competition on the 6,800-yard North Ranch Country Club. Arizona State comfortably leads the 54-hole tournament with a seven-over-par 575, leading host USC by 17 strokes with 18 more holes to be played on Tuesday.
Washington was led by junior standout Rob Rashell who fired a one-over 71 in the first round to tie for 12th place after carding 75 during the second round. Freshman Brian Nosler posted 152, in a tie for 28th, one stroke ahead of senior John Moscrip who followed a first-round 81 with a one over-72 in the second. Pepperdine's Andy Walker leads all individuals with a one-under-par score of 141.'
COLLEGIATE MEN'S GOLF
RESULTS AFTER TWO ROUNDS (36-HOLES)
Individual Standings -- 1. Andy Walker (PEPP) 72-69--141; 2. Charlie Woerner (USC) 70-72--142; T3. Paul Casey (ASU) 73-70--143, Andy Miller (BYU) 67-76--143. Washington finishers: T12. Rob Rashell 72-75--147; T28. Brian Nosler 73-79--152; T31. John Moscrip 81-72--153; T36. Scott Kral 80-74--154; T56. Darren Slackman 77-81--158.