Tech 4th After Day One at Furman
Stinnett records a 72 to lead Hokies
March 23, 2001

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Virginia Tech shot a 292, good for fourth place after the first round of the Furman Intercollegiate Friday afternoon. The event is being played at the 6,791-yard, par 72 Furman University Golf Course in Greenville, S.C.

Hokie Ryan Stinnett shot an even-par 72 and is tied for 12th place. Brian Krusoe and Johnson Wagner each shot 73 and are tied for 19th place. Brendon de Jonge shot a 74, good for a tie for 32nd place, and Chris McKeel shot a 77 and is tied for 64th place.

Two Hokies are playing the tournament as individuals. Eric Reynolds shot a 79 and is tied for 78th place and Scott Wise shot an 80, good for a tie for 86th place.

Host Furman leads the 20-team tournament after shooting three-under par, 285 on day one. Virginia Commonwealth is second with an even-par 288 and Maryland is in third with a 290, two strokes better than the Hokies. Coastal Carolina is fifth with a 293.

The second round will be played Saturday, with the finals on Sunday.

1.	Furman	285	
2.	Virginia Commonwealth	288
3.	Maryland	290
4.	Virginia Tech	292
5. 	Coastal Carolina	293
6.	East Carolina	294
7.	Rhode Island	295
8.	UNC Wilmington	296
	Old Dominion	296
	Winthrop	296
11.	Wofford	299
	Richmond	299
13.	UNC Greensboro	301	
14.	Francis Marion	302
15.	Furman "B"	304
	UNC Charlotte	304
17.	Western Carolina	306
18.	Davidson	307
	Appalachian State	307
20.	Chattanooga	312
21.	The Citadel	335