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Men's Golf Falls to Tie For 21st After Second Round of NCAA Championship

       

Men's Golf Falls to Tie For 21st After Second Round of NCAA Championship

OWINGS MILLS, MD. – Coastal Carolina’s men’s golf battled the weather and the course to shoot 301 and fell to a tie for 21st after two rounds of the 2005 NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, June 2. The tournament is being contested at Caves Valley Golf Club (Par 70 - 7,131 yards) in Owings Mills, Md.

Coastal battled the rain and wind in the afternoon pairings in the second round, finishing with 585 for the 36-hole total. However, the Chanticleers are just four shots out of 15th, the cut line after the third round. Georgia continues to lead the event with a total of 558, nine shots better than Tennessee.

Coastal sophomore Moises Cobo leads the Chanticleer effort in a tie for 48th at five-over 145. Freshman Zack Byrd is next in a tie for 57th at 146, while freshman Lindsay Renolds sits in a tie for 70th at 147 and sophomore Dustin Johnson is tied for 84th at 148.

CCU will return to the course Fri., June 3 for the thirdd round of the four-round championship. Following the third round, the field will be pared down to the top 15 teams.

Team Results
1. Georgia 274-284=558
2. Tennessee 279-288=567
3. Georgia Tech 288-281=569
4. Southern California 290-282=572
5. UNLV 284-290=574
Duke 288-286=574
Georgia State 287-287=574
Washington 289-285=574
9. Augusta State 286-289=575
Brigham Young 285-290=575
11. Arizona State 291-285=576
12. Arizona 282-296=578
13. Florida 289-291=580
Wake Forest 287-293=580
15. Oklahoma State 292-289=581
16. Kentucky 291-292=583
17. SMU 287-297=584
Alabama 291-293=584
Georgia Southern 286-298=584
Arkansas 288-296=584
21. Coastal Carolina 284-301=585
22. Missouri 300-286=586
23. San Diego State 290-297=587
24. Stanford 296-292=588
25. New Mexico 289-300=589
26. Tulsa 290-302=592
Texas A&M 296-296=592
28. Texas 298-297=595
29. Purdue 299-299=598
30. UCLA 299-301=600

Individual Results (Top 10 Plus Coastal)
1. Michael Putnam (Pepperdine) 67-67=134
2. Major Manning (Augusta State) 65-70=135
3. Roberto Castro (Georgia Tech) 69-68=137
James Lepp (Washington) 70-67=137
5. Oscar Alvarez (Brigham Young) 67-71=138
Shawn Jasper (Missouri) 72-66=138
Ross McGowan (Tennessee) 67-71=138
Michael Schachner (Duke) 70-68=138
Brendon Todd (Georgia) 68-70=138
10. Kevin Kisner (Georgia) 65-74=139
Zack Miller (Stanford) 70-69=139
Alex Noren (Oklahoma State) 70-69=139
Aron Price (Georgia Southern) 66-73=139
Joshua Wooding (Southern California) 71-68=139

t48. Moises Cobo (Coastal) 72-73=145
t57. Zack Byrd (Coastal) 72-74=146
t70. Lindsay Renolds (Coastal) 71-76=147
t84. Dustin Johnson (Coastal) 69-79=148
t148. Brad Robinson (Coastal) 78-78=156