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April 5, 2002

COLUMBUS, Ohio–The Ohio State men’s golf team is tied for fourth-place after two rounds at the 2002 Marshall Invitational. The Buckeyes shot 298-295=593 and are just eight shots off the lead with 18 holes to play Saturday.

Buckeye senior Doug Wade (73-73=146) and junior Justin Collins (75-71=146) are tied for eighth-place to lead Ohio State.

Toledo shot 289-296=585 to lead the field of 20 teams at the Guyan Golf and Country Club, a par 71, 6,446-yard course in Huntington, W.Va.

Kenny Cook of Ball State is the individual leader at 1-under par (70-71=141).

Teams Scores Total 1. Toledo 289-296 585 2. Illinois 295-293 588 3. Kentucky 296-295 591 4. Ohio State 298-295 593 Ohio 298-295 593 Eastern Ky. 302-291 593 7. Michigan 295-301 596 8. Xavier 299-298 597 Wisconsin 298-299 597 10. Marshall 300-302 602 Iowa 306-296 602 12. Indiana 302-301 603 13. Ball State 302-302 604 14. Miami, Ohio 301-304 605 15. Louisville 308-299 607 16. Notre Dame 308-300 608 17. Bowling Green 311-300 611 18. E. Michigan 312-307 619 19. Wright State 316-305 621 20. Akron 318-304 622

Ohio State Individuals T 8 Doug Wade 73-73 146 T 8 Justin Collins 75-71 146 T 27 Ryan Dennis 74-76 150 T 34 Jason Oien 76-75 151 T 80 Scott Miller 78-78 156