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B—The Daily Collegian Friday, April 22, 1983
Golf team hosts Rutherford invite
By BOBBY DALE MORGAN
Collegian Sports Writer
Two weeks ago the men's golf team.played in its most
prestigious tournament of the year, and last week it
played on the best course it will play on this season.
This weekend two Penn State teams will be playing
their most important tournament of the year Penn
State's own 1983 Rutherford Intercollegiate.
The first annual Rutherford, (previously known as
the Nittany Lion Invitational for the last nine years and
named after Penn State's first golf coach Bob Ruther
ford), is tabbed for Penn State's Blue Course and will
include 27-hole rounds on tomorrow and Sunday for the
18 teams entered.
"For us to have a shot at nationals, it's almost a
necessity that we win this weekend," Lion Captain
Brian Corbett said. "Everyone expects you to do well
on your home course and that puts so much added
pressure on us this weekend."
Corbett led all Penn Staters with a three-round 240 at
the most recently played Ohio State Invitational, while
as a team the Lions could, only muster a 15th place
"I think this weekend is very important in regard to a
possible national bid," Lion Scott Tharrington said. "It
would be great to win it, but we really have to dominate
the tourney because we're playing on our home
Tharrington burned up the Blue Course last year for
most of the way, but faltered in the late going and had
to settle for second place.
"We're not playing all that well right now," Corbett
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said. "We're sketchy and very inconsistent, but that's
mainly because we haven't been getting the right
practice because of the weather.
"The difference between this weekend's tournament
and the Ohio State tournament is that we know we're
the best team here and a top five finish last weekend
would have been fantastic," Corbett added. "If every
one plays up to their caliber, we should have no
problems winning it "
Tharrington was in complete agreement with his
teammate and added all of the Lions feel their games
are "just around the corner."
Joining Corbett and Tharrington on Penn State's
Blue team will be Tom Bean, Scott Lundeen, Mike
Fingleton and Dom Meffe. Of the six scores, the top five
will be counted for the team championship.
Heading the field for the 54-hole affair will be
defending team champiqn Indiana of Pennsylvania.
lUP, which finished 10 strokes ahead of the second
place Lions last year, also finished ahead of Penn State
at this year's Navy Invitational.
Gannon College of Erie, a relatively unknown around
the collegiate golf circle, could prove to be a contender,
Corbett said. Gannon finished second at the Navy
Invite, then reeled off four consecutive tournament
victories in the last month.
Erie-native Bean gave Gannon even more credit.
"I think Gannon is the team to beat. That's a lot of
tourneys to win, no, matter who you're playing
against," Bean said
The players on Penn State's White team will be Brian
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By MATT MICHAEL
Collegian Sports Writer
The men's tennis team and West
Virginia will be at each other's
throats .once again when they take
part in the first Atlantic 10 tennis
championship today and tomorrow at
the Airport Racquet Club in Pitts
The , Nittany Lions (5-7) and the
Mountaineers played last week in the
Mercyhurst Quadrangular at Mercy
hurst College and Penn State escaped
with an exciting 5-4 victory.
Lion Head Coach Holmes Cathrall
warned the Mountaineers will have
the revenge factor in their favor this
"West Virginia will be up because
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opted to play in another tournament
and will not play at Duquesne.
Cathrall said he doesn't know what
to expect from most of the teams
because with the exception of West
Virginia, he has not seen any of them
play this season. Even though the
Lions are the favorites based on last
week's win over the Mountaineers,
the players are leery of overconfi
"We can't go down there thinking
we are the best team," said Virgil
Christian, who was voted the most
outstanding player in the quadran
gular. "We are not going to win the
tournament unless we play hard."
The Lions enjoyed their finest
weekend of the season Jest Saturday
and Sunday when they won the Mer
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Bloomsburg and Mercyhurst in addi
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the Mountaineers was particularly
satisfying because it was a match
that could have gone either way.
"Something clicked against West
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The Lions not only gained momen
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Lady golfers to end season
By TIM EYSTER
Collegian Sports Writer
Coming off a strong showing in
the Boilermaker Spring Classic, the
women's golf team will be looking
to end its season with a victory in
the Duke Invitational this weekend
at Durham, N.C.
The 54-hole tournament will be
played today through Sunday with
18 holes scheduled for each day.
When play was completed at last
Sunday and Monday's tournament
in West Lafayette, Ind., the Lady
Lions had given one of their best
performances of the year, firing a
635 total over 18 holes to finish
runner-up to tournament winner
Ohio State. That finish was their
best effort since placing in the
same position in the William and
Mary Invitational in Williamsburg,
Va. back on March 24 and 25.
Lady Lion Jane Abood also gave
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the season at the Boilermaker
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losing a sudden death playoff.
Abood had a one-shot lead over
Kratzert after , the first round,
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shooting a 73, and followed that
effort with a second day 72. Krat
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For Abood and three other Lady
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"They're inspired since it's their
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"They're going in there with a good
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Jepsen also said the team was in
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tational while Jepsen travels with
the women's team •to Durham,
Kennedy also felt the Lady Lions
could do well in the Duke Invitatio
"I'm confident that the players
will play to their ability," Kennedy
said. "All Jane needs to do is con
tinue her good performance (from)
This weekend will not be the first
time for Penn State to play on the
course at Duke University, which
Jepsen described as long. She said
the long course would prove to be
an advantage for players who are
strong off the tee.
The Lady Lions previously
played At Durham in a tournament
last fall, taking seventh place out of
16 teams. Abood also finished
twelvth individually in the tourna-
Ment, shooting a 78, 73, and 84 for a
total of 235 over 54 holes.
Another advantage for the team
was its use of the course at Duke for
practice rounds over spring break.
Fourteen teams will be partici
pating in this week's Duke Invita
tional, with Penn State among the
favorites to win.
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By JEFF SAUKAITIS
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The women's track team will travel to New Brunswick,
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Penn Relays held next weekend in Philadelphia.
Last week in the Nittany Lion Relays, Penn State faced
its toughest competition so far this season, but Penn State
Head Coach Gary Schwartz feels the Rutgers Relays,
which begin today and conclude tomorrow afternoon, will
provide even a tougher test for the Lady Lions.
"In some respects, I think that this week's competition
will be better overall than last week's," Schwartz said.
"Last week there were some really outstanding match
ups in some races, but some of the competition was a little
weak in certain areas."
All season long Schwartz contended the team would be
keying on three major consecutive meets, beginning with
the Penn Relays. He said this week's Rutgers meet is one
of the final opportunities for some of the team members to
qualify for both the Eastern Championships. and the
National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships.
"Natalie Updegrove will be trying to qualify for East
erns and nationals in the 10,000 meters this week,"
Updegrove was supposed to run the 10,000-meters race
in last weekend's Nittany Lion Relays, but the weather did
Schwartz said he would have wanted more people to
have already qualified for the Easterns, but the Lady
Lions haven't been blessed with favorable weather in
recent weeks. Unfortunately, the weather conditions for
this week's practice also hampered some of the Penii State
girls, and Schwartz said the constant climate troubles
have been very nerve wracking for some team members.
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"One of the big concerns right now is just to keep
everyone's mental attitude good," Schwartz said. "We'll
get warm weather sometime, and if the kids will be
patient, they'll be alright. We know that they are mable
of fine performances if thd conditions are right."
Junior All-American Tammie Hart is still responding to
treatment for a foot injury suffered last week, and she will
.not be able to compete this weekend. Once again, fresh
man sprinter Cindy Rose will be taking Hart's place in the
"We don't want to take chances rushing somebody with
Tammie's talent back in to competition before she is
completely ready," Schwartz said. "As for the 400-meter
relay, we aren't worried about it this week. Cindy Rose
proved to be an able replacement last week, so I don't
think we are losing much efficiency in our overall perfo
mance in the event."
Rose said she does feel a little pressure replacing an All-
American performer like Hart, but she says that it dodsn't
really effect her performance.
"I already would feel a little worried anytime while
participating in a relay," Rose said. "Other people are
depending on me, so whoever I'm running with I want to
do my best.
"I'm also looking forward to running the 100 meters this
week, because I false started out of it last weekend," Rose
said. "I'd really like to qualify for Easterns this week if
The Rutgers meet will provide the perfect test the Lady
Lions need in order to be competitive at the Penn Relays.
"I look for the meet to be highly competitive for all of,
the girls," Schwartz said.
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