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Oct. 29, 2005

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s golf team fell to seventh place, recording a 299 for the day, following the second round of 18 Saturday at the Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C. The second day of the tournament was played at the Country Club of Landfall Jack Nicklaus: Marsh-Ocean Course (par 72, 6,992).

Ohio State junior Colin Biles (Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington) shot a 1-under 71 to lead the team for the day. Michael Haverfield (So., Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier) leads the Buckeyes tied for 13th. Haverfield shot an even 72 on day two of the event to total 148 for the tournament.

The Buckeyes are nine shots off the lead held by Texas A&M at 589. Tulsa is two strokes behind for second place at 591, followed by Coastal Carolina (592) and Minnesota (593). Individually, Texas A&M’s Jerad Harklau was 1-over on the day to total 142 (-2) and top the leaderboard after two rounds.

The final day of the 54-hole event, hosted by UNC Wilmington, gets under way Sunday morning.

Team

Pl. School Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total
1. Texas A&M 294 295 589
2. Tulsa 289 302 591
3. Coastal Carolina 295 297 592
4. Minnesota 296 297 593
5. VCU 297 298 595
6. Illinois 299 298 597
7. Ohio State 299 299 598
8. Virginia Tech 302 297 599
9. Michigan State 300 301 601
10. Purdue 305 299 604
11. Memphis 310 298 608
12. UNC Wilmington 300 317 617

Individuals

Pl. Name, School Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total
1. Jerad Harklau, Texas A&M 69 73 142
T2. Sam Korbe, Tulsa 72 71 143
T2. Bronson LaCassie, Minnesota 72 71 143

Ohio State Individuals

Pl. Name Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total
T5. Dan Rush 72 72
T16. Brandon Markiw 74 74
T35. Michael Haverfield 76 76
T40. Jack Tyler 77 77
T49. Colin Biles 80 80