May 2, 1998
EAST LANSING, Mich.-- The Michigan State men's golf team is in 10th place after two rounds of play at the 18-team Wolverine Invitational in Ann Arbor, Mich. MSU finished the day with at 292-295=587, only seven strokes from the top five. Ohio State leads the tournament with a 289-278=567 scorecard, and was the only team to break par.
Senior John Ehrgott (Peoria, Ill.) led the Spartans on the first day, striking a 74-69=143 to tie for 12th, five strokes from the top five. Ehrgott's second-round 69 is the lowest single-round score of his career, besting the 70 he shot at the Legends of Indiana in 1997. Junior Alberto Quevedo (Canary Islands, Spain) is on pace for his best tournament of the season, tying for 22nd with a 72-73=145. Minnesota's Adam Dooley is the individual leader after finishing at 68-67=135, seven strokes under par
Play resumes with the final 18 holes Sunday morning.
Team Scores 1. Ohio State 289-278=567 2. Kent 285-283=568 t3. Illinois 291-281=572 t3. Minnesota 281-291=572 5. Indiana 297-283=580 6. Michigan 294-287=581 7. Kentucky 297-285=582 t8. Toledo 291-293=584 t8. Northwestern 292-292=584 10. Michigan State 292-295=587 11. Wisconsin 296-293=589 12. Eastern Michigan 296-296=592 13. Miami (Ohio) 299-295=594 14. Iowa 299-299=598 15. Louisville 302-299=601 t16. Xavier 301-302=603 t16. Marshall 300-303=603 18. Purdue 305-301=606