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May 21, 1998%^$

MADISON, Wis. – The Buckeyes dropped one notch to ninth place with a team score of 299 in the second round of the NCAA tournament in Madison, Wis. Defending Champion Arizona State continues to lead with a total team score of 565 (-11). Grace Park of Arizona State posted another 65 in the second round to take first place honors. Park with a two-round total 130 (-14) breaks an NCAA tournament record of seven-under-par set back in 1983 by Cindy Davis of Furman.

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For Ohio State, Natalie Mosher (Jr., New Philadelphia, Ohio) maintained as the top Buckeye by posting a 75 and moving up to tie for 19th place. Bethany Overstake (Sr., Urbana, Ohio) continued her excellent play tying for 29th place with a 148.

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The Buckeyes will play the third round tomorrow starting at 8 a.m. at the University Ridge Golf Course.

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%^$NCAA Championship%^$Thurs., May 21, 1998%^$Madison, Wis.%^$University of Wisconsin%^$Second Round Results

%^$Team Results%^$ 1. Arizona State 277 288 565 -11%^$ 2. Arizona 290 288 578 +2%^$ 3. Florida 285 296 581 +5%^$ 4. Duke 285 296 583 +7%^$ 5. Indiana 284 303 587 +11%^$ 6. Southern California 299 291 590 +14%^$ 7. Georgia 296 295 591 +15%^$ 8. Louisiana State 291 301 592 +16%^$ 9. Ohio State 294 299 593 +17%^$ 10. Stanford 304 292 596 +20%^$ 11. New Mexico State 301 296 597 +21%^$ 12. New Mexico 294 304 598 +22%^$T13. North Carolina 290 309 599 +23%^$T13. Tulsa 301 298 599 +23%^$ 15. Washington 303 298 601 +25%^$ 16. Oregon 310 294 604 +28%^$T17. Texas 301 304 605 +29%^$T17. Oregon State 298 307 605 +29%^$ 19. Auburn 295 314 609 +33

%^$Individual Leader%^$1. Grace Park Arizona State 65 65 130 -14

%^$Ohio State Individual Results%^$T19. Natalie Mosher 72 75 147 +3%^$T29. Bethany Overstake 74 74 148 +4%^$T36. Marisa Wilhelm 74 75 149 +5%^$T51. Lisa Strom 75 75 150 +6%^$ 77. Amber Amstutz 74 81 155 +11