Tech Golfers Tie For Second In Duke Golf Classic
Hokies Led by Dejonge and Krusoe
October 16, 2000

BLACKSBURG, Va. - The Virginia Tech golf team finished in a tie for second place in the Duke Golf Classic held at the Duke Golf Club in Durham, N.C. The Hokies finished 16-over-par along with host Duke and Augusta State.

Brendon De Jonge (Harare, Zimbabwe) shot a one-under-par for the tournament leaving him in a tie for fourth place along with Matt Krauss from Duke. Brian Krusoe (Northfield, Ohio) shot a final round 77 leaving him six-over-par for the tournament and in a tie for 20th place. Sophomore Chris McKeel (Wilson, N.C.) finished in tie for 29th while Ryan Stinnett (Amherst, Va.) and Johnson Wagner (Garrison, N.Y.) finished 38th and 52nd respectively.

North Carolina State won the overall team title finishing with a three round total of 876 leaving them twelve-over-par. Wake Forest's Brent Wanner shot a 75-65-71 on the par-72 course to take the individual title.

The Robert Trent Jones-designed Duke Golf Course will be the home of the 2001 NCAA Men's Golf Championships.

Virginia Tech will next compete in the NCAA East Regional Fall Preview held at Ford's Colony-Marsh Hawk in Williamsburg, Va., Oct. 23-24.

Complete results are posted at

1. N.C. State301285290876
2. Augusta State292294294880
    Virginia Tech292290298880
5. Wake Forest308282291881
6. North Carolina300293293886
7. New Mexico296301294891
8. SMU302299300901
9. Virginia297293312902
10. Purdue310298297905
11. Fla. Southern311302294907
12. Maryland313297299909
13. Tulsa307301303911
15. Oklahoma318303297918
16. VCU325294301920
17. Ohio State305312306923
18. Old Dominion325307302934