RedHawks In 12th After Two Rounds at Robert Kepler Intercollegiate

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April 15, 2006

DUBLIN, Ohio--Senior Ryan Swelin carded rounds of 73 and 75 on Saturday afternoon on the first day of the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate to lead the Miami University golf team. Swelin is tied for 11th place at four-over par 148, seven strokes behind the tournament leaders.

As a team, Miami sits in 12th place among the 15-team field, just one stroke out of 11th place.

Senior Matt Thomas is tied for 33rd place at nine-over par 153, while freshman Ben Wood is four strokes behind Thomas in a tie for 53rd place. Sophomore Connor Doherty is tied for 61st place, and freshman Ben Bastel is tied for 70th place.

Miami concludes its stint at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate with Sunday's final round.

1    Indiana (286-292=578)
2    Northwestern (298-284=582)
3    Marshall (301-299=600)
4    Ball State (309-294=603)
     Xavier (302-301=603)
6    Illinois (301-303=604)
     Purdue (302-302=604)
8    Michigan (305-301=606)
9    Iowa (303-305=608)
10  Toledo (306-305=611)
11  Akron (311-305=616)
12  Miami (309-308=617)
13  Penn State (316-306=622)
14  Wisconsin (312-311=623)
15  Ohio State (315-309=624)

Miami (309-308=617) 12th Ryan Swelin (73-75=148) t-11th Matt Thomas (75-78=153) t-33rd Ben Wood (82-75=157) t-53rd Connor Doherty (79-80=159) t-61st Ben Bastel (83-81=164) t-70th