October 17, 2000 - by
Florida State Golf In Second Place At Gary Koch

Oct. 17, 2000

TAMPA, Fla. –
The Florida State University men’s golf team, led by
senior Mark Donaldson and junior Rick Westbrook, is in second place after
two rounds of the second annual Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate at
the Old Memorial Golf Course. The Seminoles shot a combined 576 over 36
holes and are only three strokes behind No. 17 Florida in the team
standings. Donaldson and Westbrook both shot even par 72 in both of
Monday’s rounds and are only four strokes behind the individual leader,
Camilo Villegas of Florida.

The Seminoles shot 286 as a team in the first round and 290 in the
second round. The Seminoles trailed Florida, which shot an eight-under par
280, by six strokes after one round. Florida State shot a 290 in the
second round while the Gators shot a team total of 293. The Seminoles’
first round score placed them in a tie for second and their second round
score of 290 was tied for the third best among all 15 teams in the
tournament.

Florida State trails Florida by three strokes and leads Mississippi
by two strokes heading into Tuesday’s third and final round.

Donaldson and Westbrook are included in a group of six players who
are tied for seventh with even par scores of 144 after the first two
rounds. The group is part of a pack of 12 players within four strokes of
the lead.

Freshman Rusty Mosley is tied for 13th place with a one-over par
145 while junior Kris Hannah (Tallahassee, Fla.) shot a four-over par 148.

Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate
Old Memorial Golf Course, Tampa, Fla./Oct. 16-17 (Florida State Results/Two
Rounds)








2. Team 286 290 576 E
T7. Mark Donaldson 72 72 144 E
T7. Rick Westbrook 72 72 144 E
T13. Rusty Mosley 70 75 145 +1
T31. Kris Hannah 72 76 148 +4
T53. Jason Lopez 81 71 152 +8

Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate
Old Memorial Golf Course, Tampa, Fla./Oct. 16-17 (Florida State Results/Two
Rounds)












1. Florida 573 11. Rhode Island 595
2. Florida State 576 12. Georgia Southern 602
3. Mississippi 578 13. Coll. of Charleston 604
4. Mississippi State 581 14. Central Florida 608
5. North Florida 582 15. Kentucky 609
6. South Florida 585
T7. Vanderbilt 588
Tennessee 588
Louisiana State 588
Georgia State 588
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