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    Virginia Tech Takes Lead at 2000 Duke Golf Classic
    Team Holds Four-Stroke Advantage Going into Final Round
    October 16, 2000

    DURHAM, N.C. -- Virginia Tech fired a two-round score of 292-290=582 on Sunday to claim a four-stroke lead over Augusta State and N.C. State at the 2000 Duke Golf Classic held at the 7,104-yard, par-72 Duke Golf Club in Durham, N.C.

    The final round will begin at 8 a.m., on Monday.

    Individually, a second round score of 65 propelled Wake Forest's Brent Wanner (75-65=140) into a two-shot advantage over Virginia Tech's Brendon DeJonge (69-73=142), Virginia's Cameron Yancey (74-68=142), Maryland's Corey Brigham (72-70=142) and Duke's Leif Olson (69-73=142).

    Virginia Tech's Brian Krusoe (74-71=145), N.C. State's Chris Mundorf (72-73=145) and Augusta State's Oliver Wilson (73-72=145) stand five strokes off the pace.

    Following Virginia Tech are Augusta State (292-294=586) and N.C. State (301-285=586) in a tie for second place while Wake Forest (308-282=590) and Virginia (297-293=590) are tied for fourth. Defending champion and host Duke (301-290=591) is in sixth place, nine shots back.
    TEAM STANDINGS
    1.	Virginia Tech	582
    2.	Augusta State	586
    	N.C. State	586
    4.	Wake Forest	590
    	Virginia	590
    6. 	Duke	591
    7.	North Carolina	593
    8.	New Mexico	597
    9.	SMU	601
    10.	Tulsa	608
    	Purdue	608
    12.	Maryland	610
    13.	Florida Southern	613
    14.	E. Tennessee State	616
    15.	Ohio State	617
    16.	Virginia Commonwealth	619
    17.	Oklahoma	621
    18.	Old Dominion	632
    
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