dbroberg | Posted: 27 Mar 2001 | Updated: 27 Mar 2001

Final Round Cancelled as Cougars finished 12th

AUSTIN, Texas - The final round of the Cleveland Golf/Morris Williams Intercollegiate was cancelled due to weather on Tuesday, March 27 at the Austin Country Club. No. 2 Georgia Tech (281-292--573) won the tournament championship with a 36-hole score of three-under-par 573, while the Cougars finished in 12th place (304-295--599).

Georgia Tech's Bryce Molder captured the individual crown, firing a three-under-par 135 (67-68) in Monday's play. BYU's top finisher, Manuel Merizalde tied for seventh at two-under-par 142. Senior Billy Harvey finished tied for 21st at two-over-par 146.

The tenth-ranked Cougars, winners of last years Morris Williams Intercollegiate, will next play in the Sun Devil Intercollegiate April 13-14 in Tempe, Arizona.

BYU Individuals

7. Manuel Merizalde 74-68

21. Billy Harvey 73-73

34. Jesse Hibler 72-77

Scott Miller 85-77

Berg Crawford 86-85

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Georgia Tech -3

2. Oklahoma State -2

3. Oklahoma 0

4. Texas 1

5. Pepperdine 2

6. UNLV 7

7. New Mexico 12

7. USC 12

9. SMU 13

10. Fresno State 19

11. North Florida 20

12. BYU 23

13. Texas A-M 25

14. TCU 28

15. Virginia 32

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