Tech Moves Into 2nd Place at Furman
Wagner tied for seventh
March 24, 2001

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Virginia Tech fired a 289 and moved into second place with a 581 after the second round of the Furman Intercollegiate Saturday. The event is being played at the Furman University Golf Course in Greenville, S.C.

Hokie Johnson Wagner shot a 71 and is tied for seventh place, with a 144. Brendon de Jonge also shot a 71, and is tied for ninth place with a 145. Ryan Stinnett shot a 74 and is tied for 14th place, with a 146. Brian Krusoe also shot a 74 and is tied for 18th place, with a 147 and Chris McKeel shot a 73 and is tied for 34th place, with a 150.

Two Hokies are playing the tournament as individuals. Eric Reynolds shot an 81 and is tied for 92nd with a 160 and Scott Wise shot an 84, and is tied for 100th place with a 164.

Host Furman leads the 21-team tournament with a one-under par, 575 for the first two rounds, six strokes ahead of the Hokies. Maryland is in third with a 584 and Virginia Commonwealth is fourth, with a 586. Francis Marion is fifth, with a 587.

The final round will be played on Sunday, beginning at 7:30 a.m.

FIRST ROUND TEAM RESULTS
Pl.	Team	1	2	Total
1.	Furman	285	290	575
2.	Virginia Tech	292	289	581
3.	Maryland	290	294	584
4.	Virginia Commonwealth	288	298	586
5.	Francis Marion	302	285	587
6.	Rhode Island	295	294	589
7.	UNC Greensboro	301	293	594	
8.	Winthrop	296	301	597
9.	UNC Wilmington	296	302	598
	Coastal Carolina	293	305	598
11.	East Carolina	294	305	599
12.	Old Dominion	296	308	604
13.	Furman "B"	304	302	606
14.	Richmond	299	309	608
15.	Wofford	299	315	614
16.	Appalachian State	307	308	615
	Chattanooga	312	303	615
	Western Carolina	306	309	615
19.	UNC Charlotte	304	315	619
20.	Davidson	307	315	622
21.	The Citadel	335	326	661
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