Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Arizona Moves Into Fifth Place at Nelson Invitational
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: October 30, 1999
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Palo Alto, Calif. The University of Arizona men's golf team moved into fifth place at the Nelson Invitational after shooting a 279 in today's second round at the Stanford Golf Course (Par-71, 6,756 yards). The Wildcats improved by ten strokes over their first round score and are five shots out of first place with an even-par 568 total.

Fresno State moved into a tie with Northwestern for the lead at 5-under-par 563, while Stanford and Washington are tied for third at 2-under-par 566.

Individually, Tulsa's Martin Maritz remains in first place with a 7-under-par 135 (67-68), which is one stroke better than Fresno State's Danny Paniccia who is at 6-under-par 136 (71-65). Washington's Troy Kelly is third at 5-under-par 137 (70-67).

Leading the charge for Arizona are senior Derek Gillespie and freshman Ricky Barnes who are both tied for fifth at 3-under-par 139. Barnes, who shot a 68 today, was tied for 15th after the first round. Wildcat sophomore Cody Beyer, who was tied for 85th yesterday, shot a 65 today to move into a tie for 21st place at 1-over-par 143 (78-65). The rest of the lineup includes freshman Reid Hatley who is tied for 82nd at 10-over-par 152 (77-75) and freshman Patrick Norris who is tied for 87th at 11-over-par 153 (73-80).

5. Arizona      	289-279-568

T5. Derek Gillespie     68-71-139 (-3)
T5. Ricky Barnes        71-68-139 (-3)
T21. Cody Beyer 	78-65-143 (+1)
T82. Reid Hatley        77-75-152 (+10)
T87. Patrick Norris     73-80-153 (+11)
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