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Tulsa in Fourth Place after Two Rounds at Club Glove Intercollegiate

Senior All-American David Inglis is in fourth place at the Club Glove Intercollegiate after two rounds.
Senior All-American David Inglis is in fourth place at the Club Glove Intercollegiate after two rounds.
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Oct. 7, 2003

Somis, California - After two rounds at the Club Glove Intercollegiate at the Saticoy Country Club, the Tulsa men's golf team sits in a fourth-place tie with Kansas in the 12-team field.

The Hurricane carded rounds of 298 and 300 for a 598 total on Monday, while host Pepperdine went out to an 18 stroke lead with rounds of 280 and 291 for a five-under par score of 571. Arizona State (589), Colorado State (592), Kansas (598) and Tulsa round out the top five teams.

Individually, Hurricane senior David Inglis is in a four-way tie for fourth place with an even-par 144. He tallied rounds of two-under par 70 and a two-over par 74. Senior teammate Chris Noel is in 14th place with a 148 total after carding identical rounds of 74. Freshman Ryan Henry is in 26th place with a 151 total, followed by junior Aaron Bell in 57th place at 160 and freshman Tully Coyle's 161 for 59th place.

Pepperdine's Michael Putnam and Randy Creighton are one-two in the individual race with scores of 140 and 141.

Play concludes on Tuesday with the final 18 holes.