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Arizona Men's Golf in Tenth Place at Morris Williams Intercollegiate
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 03/21/2000
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AUSTIN, Texas - The 12th-ranked Arizona men's golf team is in tenth place with a score of 609 after Monday's first two rounds of the Morris Williams Intercollegiate being played at the Austin Country Club (Par 72, 6,906 yards). BYU leads the tournament with a score of 586, which is eight shots better than second-place Oklahoma State at 594. Fresno State and New Mexico are tied for third at 596 and Houston rounds out the top five at 598.

Individually, New Mexico's Joel Hendry is in first place with a 3-under-par 141, while Andy Miller of BYU is a stroke back at 2-under-par 142. Ryan King of Fresno State is third at 1-under, Texas A&M's Ty Cox is fourth at even-par and Charles Howell rounds out the top five with a 1-over-par 145.

The top Arizona golfer after two rounds is sophomore Cody Beyer who is alone in 12th place at 4-over-par 148. Senior Derek Gillespie is tied for 24th at 7-over-par 151, while freshman Ricky Barnes is tied for 37th at 9-over-par 153. Freshman Reid Hatley (T57th/158) and senior Scott Moore (79th/164) round out the Wildcat lineup.

The tournament will conclude Tuesday with the third and final round.

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