Men's Golf Tied for 9th After First Round of Regional
May 14, 1998
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Washington's men's golf team finished the first round of the NCAA West Regional on Thursday tied for ninth with Fresno State. The Huskies carded a 7-over par 295 on the 7,027-yard, par-72 Karsten Golf Course. Top-ranked UNLV and New Mexico lead the tournament with a 1-under 287.
The Huskies were led by freshman standout Brian Nosler is tied for 11th after firing a 1-under 71 in the first round. Teammate Rob Rashell posted 73, tied for 23rd overall. Andy Miller of BYU, Doug La Belle of New Mexico, and Kyle Kovacs of Santa Barbara share the individual lead at 4-under after 18 holes.
The second of three rounds commences tomorrow at Karsten Golf Course. The 18 teams are competing for nine spots to the NCAA Championships to be played May 27-30 in Albuquerque. The Huskies competed in the NCAA Championships last season after an eighth place finish in the West Regional.
COLLEGIATE MEN'S GOLF
FIRST ROUND RESULTS