Friday, February 15, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 94



Ferguson leads Cougars to 13th place after first round

Cougar Sports Services

UH golfer Scott Ferguson fired a 1-under-par 71 during the first round of the Waikoloa Intercollegiate on Wednesday to stand in
a tie for 13th place.

The Cougar golf team continued play late Thursday and will conclude the tournament with Friday's final round.

Ferguson tied for the day's top honors with a 33 on the front nine and was only four strokes off the overall lead, held by both
Georgia Tech's Troy Matteson and Oregon's Aaron Byers, who each shot 67.

As a team, the Cougars tied with Oregon State for 13th place with 293. Georgia Tech stood atop the standings after shooting a
3-under par 281 as a team, while Stanford was second, finishing at 285. Mississippi, Pepperdine, Nevada and Fresno State
rounded out the top six leaders.

Texas Christian finished one stroke ahead of Houston at 292, while Texas A&M was three strokes behind the Cougars at 296.

UH sophomore Brad McIntosh, the 2001 Conference USA Tournament individual champion, shot an even-par 72 to stand in a
tie for 23rd place.

Junior Simon Robinson, who leads the team in scoring average, is tied for 65th after shooting a 3-over par 75.

Junior Brett Callas also shot a 75. Freshman Daniel Angenscheidt, playing in his first tournament for the Cougars, shot a 5-over
par 77.

Angenscheidt, a native of Montevideo, Uruguay, joined the team to begin the spring semester.

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