|Tuesday, October 20, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 41
Golf in fourth at Jerry Pate
Clemson leads the 12-team field at 551, 15 shots ahead of the Cougars. The final round will be played today.
Pacing the Cougars are red-hot sophomore Andy Sanders and B.J. Staten, who are both tied for sixth place individually with a 36 hole total of 140, 2-under par.
Red-White scrimmage a success
Naron, a junior from Amarillo, led all swimmers in the meet by scoring 18 of the Red teamis 118 points. She won the 100-butterfly with a time of 1:00.68 and the 200-IM with a mark of 2:12.61.
All-American diver Noel Lewandowski looked in midseason form in winning the three-meter springboard event for the Red with a score of 322.27. Junior Susie Carnett, sophomore Lizzy Boyce and freshman Elissa Nelson also won events for the Red.
The Cougar swimming and diving team opens its 1998-99 regular season with a double-dual home meet against SEC powers LSU and Arkansas Friday, Oct. 30. The meet will be at 1:00 p.m. in the UH Natatorium.
Cougar runners finish strong
In the women's 5,000-meter run, the Cougars placed fourth in a 19 team field. Junior Cillia Pettersson finished fourteenth individually among a field of 157 with a time of 18:48.
In the men's competition, Houston finished 11th among 22 competing schools. The Cougars were led by freshman Mike Olague, who finished 33rd among a field of 183.
--Compiled by D. Ryan Monceaux
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