Men's Golfers Move Into Second
April 12, 1998
STANFORD, Calif. -- The University of Washington men's golf team moved into second place Sunday after firing a second round 285 in the U.S. Intercollegiate Golf Tournament. The Huskies trail UCLA by two strokes with one round to go on the par 71 Stanford Golf Course. The Huskies have posted 589 for 36-holes. Pacific and New Mexico are each one stroke back of Washington.
Former Washington State Amateur Champion Darren Slackman leads the Huskies with a 147 after 36 holes. Slackman followed up an even par first round with a 76 in round two to fall four strokes of the lead held by Herbert Forster and B.J. Schlagenhauf at one-over. Washington freshman Brian Nosler registered a 75 in round two to start Monday's final round tied for 27th. Senior John Moscrip fired the Huskies lowest round of the day with a one-under 70, a stoke behind Nosler. The Huskies need only one more win to make third year head coach O.D. Vincent the winingest in the school's history.
U.S. Intercollegiate concludes with the final round, beginning at 8 a.m. Monday at the Stanford Golf Course.
COLLEGIATE MEN'S GOLF
RESULTS AFTER TWO ROUNDS
Team Standings (top-5 of 20): 1. UCLA 296-291--587; 2. WASHINGTON 294-295--589; T3. Pacific 293-297--590, New Mexico State 298-292--590; 5. USC 300-291--591.
Individual Standings (top-5): T1. Herbert Forster (Pacific) 73-70--143, B.J. Schlagenhauf (UCLA) 71-72--143; T3. Dusty Brett (STAN) 74-70--144; T3. Adam Ainbinder (CAL) 76-68--144; T5. five teid at 145.
Washington Finishers: T17. Darren Slackman 71-76--147; T27. Brain Nosler 73-75--148; T31. John Moscrip 79-70--149; T41. Scott Kral 76-74--150; T56. Rob Rashell 74-79--153.