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Impressive Second Day Lifts Men's Golf into 10th Place

Feb. 24, 1998

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State's second-day 296 on Tuesday, the fourth-best team score of the day, lifted the Spartans into a tie for 10th place in the final standings of the University of Texas-San Antonio Invitational.

The Spartans, who finished with a 321-296=617, were 17th in the 18-team tournament after Monday's first 18 holes but bounced back with a 25-stroke improvement on Tuesday. It was the most impressive improvement in the tournament, as most teams saw their scores rise on day two.

MSU finished 43 shots behind first-place Nebraska, which ran away with the tournament title behind medalist Jamie Rogers.

Senior John Ehrgott led the Spartans with a 70 on Tuesday, equaling the best individual score of the day. His 79-70=149 was good for an 18th-place individual finish.

All five Spartans shot a 76 or better on Tuesday after Ehrgott and sophomore Chad Quinn had led the team with matching 79s on Monday.

TEAM STANDINGS                           MSU INDIVIDUALS
1.  Nebraska                282-292=574   T18. John Ehrgott     79-70=149
2.  Baylor                  292-297=589   T36. Chad Quinn       79-75=154
    Southwest Louisiana     294-295=589   T49. Matt Riegel      81-76=157
4.  Texas-Pan American      296-304=600   T57. Alberto Quevedo  82-76=158
5.  Texas-San Antonio       299-303=602   T63. Matt Pumford     84-75=159
6.  Stephen F. Austin State 300-307=607
7.  Southwest Texas State   307-302=609
    McNeese State           315-294=609
9.  Arkansas-Little Rock    306-309=615
10. MICHIGAN STATE          321-296=617
    Wyoming                 310-307=617
12. Lamar                   316-303=619
13. Northeast Louisiana     313-308=621
    Seton Hall              309-312=621
15. Oral Roberts            300-323=623
16. Texas Tech              325-304=629
17. Illinois State          311-320=631
18. Centenary College       317-318=635



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