Doeden Takes Seventh as Frogs Finish Tied For 11th
Feb. 15, 2002
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii - Andy Doeden pushed his top-20 placement streak to six tournaments with a seventh-place finish at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate on Friday. Doeden was the top finisher for the eighth-ranked Horned Frogs, who grabbed a share of 11th in the 24-team field.
TCU, who entered the third and final round in a tie for eighth, shot a final-day 307 (+19) to fall into a three-way tie for 11th. Doeden, a senior, fired an even-par 72 on the final 18 holes and finished the tournament with a 215 (one-under). He had more par-or-better rounds (three) in the tourney than the rest of his team (two).
Adam Rubinson tied for 26th-place individually with a score of 220 (four-over par). He began the final round in 11th place, but shot a five-over 77 in round three.
It was the first time in six events this year that the Frogs placed lower than sixth in a tournament and just the second time that TCU was not among the top three.
T-7. Andy Doeden 71-72-72=215 (-1), T-26. Adam Rubinson 73-70-77=220 (+4), T-50. J.J. Killeen 73-72-79=224 (+8), T-83. Steve Shuert 76-74-79=229 (+13), T-99. Bret Guetz 75-78-79=232 (+17).