Miami's Ritchey Sets Course Record at MAC Golf Championship

Updated 5/5/2000
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    Jeff Ritchey
    Jeff Ritchey

    WESTERVILLE, OHIO (May 5) - Jeff Ritchey set a course record and tied the MAC tournament record with his third-round score of 63 at the 2000 Mid-American Conference Men's Golf Championship on May 5. He moved into second place with an overall score of 209 (72-74-63--209), leading the RedHawks to a solid spot in second place (285-288-278--851).

    Ben Curtis (Kent State) and the Golden Flashes remain in the lead, both individually and as a team. Curtis turned in two rounds of 69 today for a total of 204 (66-69-69), while the team took a commanding lead at 844 (282-283-279).

    Toledo's Tim Rice (69-68-73) and Kent State's Jon Mills (72-71-67--210) and Danny Sahl (69-72-69--210) are tied for third place, shadowed by Miami's Lee Curry (67-69-75--211) in sixth place.

    The final round of the championship is set to begin at 8 a.m. on May 6 at The Medallion in Westerville, Ohio.