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April 14, 2002

COLUMBUS, Ohio-The Ohio State men’s golf team finished tied for ninth place (299-298=597) after rain ended the 33rd Robert Kepler Intercollegiate Tournament, presented by Cleveland Golf, Sunday.

The results following the second round will stand as final. Buckeye senior Scott Miller (Middletown, Ohio/Middletown) tied for second overall, four shots behind Lee Williamson of Purdue, who fired a 68 Saturday to take the tournament lead (71-68=139) and tournament medallist honors.

UNLV is the team champion at 576 (288-288) followed by Colorado (579) and Purdue (582).

The Buckeyes will take a week off before traveling to East Lansing, Mich., to participate in the Fossum Invitational April 27-28.

Teams Scores 1. UNLV 288-288 576 2. Colorado, U. of 295-284 579 3. Purdue University 293-289 582 4. Northwestern 289-300 589 5. Michigan State U. 300-290 590 6. Auburn University 297-295 592 Indiana University 299-293 592 8. Toledo, U. of 296-299 595 9. Ohio State Univ. 299-298 597 Illinois, U. of 299-298 597 11. Michigan, U. of 303-295 598 12. Miami of Ohio 298-304 602 13. Texas A&M University 305-304 609 14. Kent State 311-300 611 15. Wisconsin, U. of 308-304 612 16. Iowa, U. of 314-301 615 17. Marshall University 311-310 621

Ohio State Results T 2 Scott Miller 68-75 143 T 24 Doug Wade 75-73 148 T 37 Justin Collins 77-73 150 T 70 Ryan Dennis 79-77 156 T 86 Darren Lundgren 81-80 161

OSU Individuals T 14 Kevin Hall 77-69 146 T 37 Zach Doran 73-77 150 T 44 Scott Anderson 75-76 151 T 44 Matt Boudreau 76-75 151 T 65 Jason Oien 85-70 155