Feb. 7, 2000
BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. — The first day of the Bridges All-American
Intercollegiate tournament was delayed for 90 minutes due to morning
fog. After the first round of play, Florida State is tied for 13th
place alongside Arkansas State. The Seminoles shot a round of 307 to
stay ahead of the University of Memphis and Central Florida.
Freshmen Brad Lusenhop and Senior Guy Bradley leads the Seminole
squad. Lusenhop fired a round of 75, tying for 32 place, while Bradley
shot a 76, placing him in 49th place. Tallahassee native Kris Hannah
finished is tied for 59th place with a score of 77. Teammates Jason
Lopez and Ryan Felty are both tied for the 74th and 76th spots
The field is led by Louisiana State who is one stroke ahead of
Alabama-Birmingham and three strokes ahead of Georgia State. UAB’s
Tyrol Auret is first place, followed by Rhode Island’s Michael Sims and
LSU’S John Humphries.
Play was suspended early due to darkness. Players will complete
their second rounds tomorrow morning and after a short break, final
round action will resume.
FSU Team Score 307
Brad Lusenhop 37-38 75 (t32)
Guy Bradley 41-35 76 (t49)
Kris Hannah 39-38 77 (t59)
Jason Lopez 40-39 79 (t74)
Ryan Felty 38-42 80 (t76)