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Oct. 14, 2002

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s golf team is currently in first-place after one round of competition at the Gary Koch Invitational in Tampa, Fla. The Buckeyes shot an opening round of 279 after 18 holes of play.

The University of Florida is playing host to the event at the par-72, 7,247 yard Old Memorial Golf Course. The second round of the event was cut short because of lighting. Play will begin Tuesday at 7:45 a.m. with a shotgun start.

Zach Doran (Jr., Dublin, Ohio) is currently leading the event. Doran finished the first 18 holes of the tournament with a career round low of 64. The Buckeyes also received a strong performance from Kevin Hall (Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio). Hall shot an opening round of 70 placing him ninth going into the final day of competition

Pl. Team Rd.1 Total 1. Ohio State 279 279 2. Kentucky 282 282 3. Tennessee 283 283 4. Charleston 284 284 5. Florida 285 285 6. Arkansas 286 286 Vanderbilt 286 286 8. Florida State 287 287 9. Toledo 289 289 10. Mississippi 290 290 11. North Florida 292 292 12. Central Florida 293 293 13. LSU 294 294 14. S. Florida 299 299 15. Rhode Island 303 303

Ohio State Individuals Pl. Name Rd.1 Total 1. Zach Doran 64 64 T9. Kevin Hall 70 70 T22. Scott Anderson 72 72 T37. Darren Lundgren 73 73 T59. David Vallina 76 76