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May 22, 2004

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s golf team concluded competition Saturday at the 2004 NCAA Central Regional Championships and tied for 14th with a three-round total of 918. Purdue University played host to the event at the par 72, 7,259-yard Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, Kampen Course in West Lafayette, Ind.

For the second day in-a-row weather played a factor in the event as lighting delayed the event for an hour and ten minutes. Following the delay, the Buckeyes finished third round competition by posting a team total of 306.

Senior Scott Anderson (Great Falls, Mont./Great Falls) led Ohio State as he posted a third round score of one-over-par 73 for a three-round total of 224 to tie for 21st. Big Ten medalist Kevin Hall (Sr., Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Rita School for the Deaf) concluded the tournament with a final round score of 79 for a three-round total of 232 to tie for 60th.

Kentucky captured the team title with a three-round total 882.

The Top 10 teams in the event move on to compete in the 2004 NCAA Championships in Hot Springs, Va.

The Buckeyes finished the season by posting an overall record of 113-64-2 with seven Top 5 finishes and a Big Ten championship crown.

Top 10 teams qualify for the 2004 NCAA Championships Pl. Teams Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total 1. Kentucky 298 285 299 882 2. Oklahoma State 287 298 308 893 3. Oklahoma 305 294 297 896 4. Texas A&M 292 303 304 899 T5. Texas 298 296 307 901 T5. TCU 305 297 299 901 7. Purdue 295 302 308 905 8. Wichita State 302 300 306 908 9. SMU 302 299 308 909 10. Kent State 301 305 304 910

14. Ohio State 302 310 306 918

Pl. Individuals Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total T21. Scott Anderson 74 77 73 224 T60. Kevin Hall 76 77 79 232 T66. Zach Doran 76 80 77 233 T84. Brett Williams 82 77 77 236 T84. Colin Biles 76 79 81 236