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May 1, 1999

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s golf team holds a four-stroke lead after three rounds at the Big Ten Championship, hosted by Purdue at the par-72 Kampen Course. The Buckeyes shot a 314 Saturday and currently have a score of 937 (+73), four strokes ahead of Indiana and nine ahead of surging Michigan State.

Natalie Mosher (Sr., New Philadelphia, Ohio) and Amber Amstutz (Jr., Leo, Ind.) currently stand in a three-way tie for first place with Indiana’s Erin Carney with a score of 228 (+12). Mosher shot a 73 Saturday to climb into the tie for first place.

Play concludes Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with 18 more holes of golf.

TEAM STANDINGS RD 1 RD 2 RD 3 RD 4 SCORE 1. Ohio State 310 313 314 937 2. Indiana 314 316 311 941 3. Michigan State 320 318 308 946 4. Wisconsin 320 318 321 959 5. Purdue 315 326 325 966 6. Northwestern 329 322 317 968 7. Iowa 323 320 329 972 7. Penn State 334 327 311 972 9. Minnesota 320 325 328 973 10.Michigan 334 331 322 987 11.Illinois 347 349 347 1,043

OHIO STATE INDIVIDUALS RD 1 RD 2 RD 3 RD 4 SCORE T1. Amber Amstutz 74 75 79 228 T1. Natalie Mosher 77 78 73 228 T11. Lisa Strom 77 83 79 239 T21. Summerset Lovett 82 77 84 243 T53. Tatiana Belham 85 89 83 257 T55. Natalie Aber 89 85 84 258

TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS RD 1 RD 2 RD 3 RD 4 SCORE T1. Amber Amstutz (OSU) 74 75 79 228 T1. Erin Carney (IND) 75 75 78 228 T1. Natalie Mosher (OSU)77 78 73 228 4. M.C. Mullen (Iowa) 81 74 76 231 T5. Emily Bastel (MSU) 79 75 80 234 T5. Melanie Lepp (MIN) 77 75 82 234 T5. Theresa McDermott(IND)78 80 76 234