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Koepka Leads Men’s Golf Team

Feb. 5, 2010

WAIKOLOA, Hawaii –
Florida State University sophomore Brooks Koepka shot an even par 72 and moved into a tie for eighth place individual standings and the No. 4 ranked Seminole men’s golf team is in 13th place in the 20th Annual Mauna Lani Invitational at the Mauna Lani North Course. Koepka shot his second consecutive strong round (73-72) and has a 36-hole total of 145 – he enters the final round of the event only five strokes out of the individual lead.

The University of Washington used a 1-under 287 to take the second round lead of the event. Oklahoma State’s Kevin Tway took the second round lead by firing a 4-under 68 in today’s round to take a one-stroke lead over first-round co-leader Nick Taylor of Washington. Tway’s 4-under, 140 leads five players under par for the tournament. Taylor is at 3-under 141 (70-71) followed by Stanford’s Sihwan Kim (142=72-70) and Texas’ Bobby Hudson and UCLA’s Gregor Main at 1-under 143.

20th Annual Mauna Lani Invitational/Par 72
Mauna Lani North Course/Waikoloa, Hawaii
13/22.  Florida State     306    302    608
T8.     Brooks Koepka     73     72     145
T30.    Wesley Graham     77     72     149
T74.    Michael Hebert    78     78     156
T84.    Seath Lauer       78     80     158
T105.   Cameron Knight    82     82     164

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