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Men's Golfers Tied For 15th at NCAA Central Regional

Ryan Baca leads the Bears at the NCAA Central Regional.

Ryan Baca leads the Bears at the NCAA Central Regional.

May 15, 2003

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Baylor's men's golf team began play today in the NCAA Central Regional at the 72-par, 7,228-yard Colbert Hills Golf Club in Manhattan, Kan. The top 10 teams in the regional will advance to the NCAA Championships.

The Bears fired a 290 in the opening round. Their 2-over par total has them tied for 15th-place after the first of three rounds. Illinois has the team lead after carding a 13-under 275 to open the tournament.

Sophomore Ryan Baca continued to lead the Baylor squad. He opened regional play with a 2-under 70, which tied him for 20th place. Junior Jon Antunes turned in an even-par 72 to complete the first round in a tie for 45th-place. Senior Trevar Matheson was one stroke behind. With a 73, Matheson is tied for 57th. Junior Will Doughtie and freshman Will McDonald each carded a 75 in the opening round. They are tied for 98th.

North Carolina State's Jason Moon is the individual leader after the first round, turning in a 6-under 66 for the first 18 holes.

The second of three rounds will tee off at 7:15 a.m. on Friday.



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