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April 17, 2005

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s golf team finished 12th at the 2005 Aggie Invitational Sunday. The Buckeyes ended the tournament with a final round score of 307 for a three-round total of 906. Texas A&M hosted the event at the par 72, 7,146-yard Traditions Golf Club in Blake, Texas.

Colin Biles (So., Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington) was the top Buckeye individual as he carded a tournament total of 225. Biles finished the tournament with a final round of 77.

Oklahoma State captured the team title posting a three-round tally of 870, while Oklahoma’s Anthony Kim and New Mexico’s Spencer Levin shared top honors at the inaugural Aggie Invitational Sunday, April 17.

The Buckeyes return to action April 23-24 in the 2005 Kepler Intercollegiate in Columbus, Ohio.

Team

Pl. School Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total
1. Oklahoma State 290 290 290 870
2. New Mexico 286 294 292 872
3. Texas Tech 294 291 297 882
4. Oklahoma 296 299 294 889
5. SMU 293 289 309 891
6. Texas 300 291 301 892
7. Baylor 303 294 297 894
8. Kent State 296 301 302 899
9. Michigan State 294 300 307 901
10. Texas A&M 302 294 306 902
11. Northwestern 305 292 308 905
12. Ohio State 294 305 307 906
13. Texas A&M (B) 294 307 308 909
14. Notre Dame 318 304 297 919

Ohio State Individuals

Pl. Name Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Total
T27. Colin Biles 75 73 77 225
T31. Zack Randol 73 77 76 226
T33. Scott Anderson 73 79 75 227
T62. Michael Haverfield 76 76 83 235
68. David Vallina 73 87 79 239