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    Final Round of Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship Cancelled
    Krusoe, Hokies finish in third place
    March 20, 2001

    AIKEN, S.C. - Heavy rain and winds forced cancellation of the final round of the Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship Tuesday morning. Virginia Tech finished in third place, after shooting a 586 in Monday's first two rounds played at the Palmetto Golf Club in Aiken, S.C.

    Hokie Brian Krusoe finished tied for third place, after shooting 141, four strokes off the lead. Krusoe's second round, 66, was tied for the lowest round of the tournament. Brendon de Jonge shot 145 and tied for seventh place. Chris McKeel shot 150, good for a tie for 25th place and Johnson Wagner shot 151 and tied for 29th place. Ryan Stinnett shot 153 and tied for 38th place.

    Wake Forest won the 15-team tournament after shooting 577 on day one. Augusta State was second with a 583, three strokes better than the Hokies. Kansas was fourth with a 588 and Virginia Commonwealth was fifth with a 592.

    The Hokies stay in the Palmetto State this week, as they compete in the Furman Intercollegiate this weekend in Greenville, S.C.

    FINAL TEAM RESULTS
    Pos.	Team	1	2	Total		
    1.	Wake Forest	293	284	577
    2.	Augusta State	295	288	583
    3.	Virginia Tech	299	287	586
    4.	Kansas	299	289	588
    5.	Virginia Commonwealth	300	292	592
    6. 	Coastal Carolina	297	297	594
    7.	Maryland	306	295	601
    8.	Furman	295	308	603	
    9.	Virginia	305	299	604
    10.	USC-Aiken	309	297	606
    	Texas-Arlington	300	306	606
    12.	East Carolina	305	304	609	
    13.	Texas Tech	314	308	622
    14.	Presbyterian	312	311	623
    15.	Tulane	313	318	631
    
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