Tulsa Men's Golf Team in Fifth Place at The Intercollegiate
April 14, 2001
Chapel Hill, North Carolina - After two rounds at The Intercollegiate in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the Tulsa men's golf team is in fifth-place following a three-under par 573 with rounds of 285 and 288 on Saturday at the par-72 Finley Golf Course.
North Carolina State scored a nine-under par 567 for first-place after 36-holes, while Wake Forest, North Carolina, Duke and Tulsa rounded out the top-five teams. The Hurricane is just six strokes out of first-place.
Four Tulsa freshmen paced the Hurricane attack, all finishing among the top-25 after the first two rounds. Tulsa was led by David Inglis one-under par 143 after rounds of 73 and 70 for 12th place, while Chris Noel scored 71 and 73 for a 144 total, which was good for 15th place. Neil Trimm, making just his third tournament appearance of the season, finished the day in 21st place after scoring a one-over par 145. Logan Goettsch carded rounds of 71 and 75 for a two-over par 146 and stands in 25th place.
Tulsa junior Kevin Henry turned in a solid round of two-under par 70 on the second 18 holes, following a first round 82 earlier in the day. Henry is in 53rd place with a total of 152.
North Carolina's State's David Sanchez is the individual leader with a nine-under par 135, while scoring rounds of 69 and 66 today.
The final 18 holes will be played on Sunday.
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