TOCHIGI PREFECTURE, Japan Coastal Carolina's Dustin Johnson (Lexington, S.C./Dutch Fork) has been competing for the United States in the 31st annual Fuji Xerox USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship at Sun Hills Country Club in Japans Tochigi Prefecture. The United States leads Japan 20-16 following the second round of the event, as the U.S. led by an 8-4 margin after day one, with the two sides splitting the second round singles matches to maintain the Americans four-point margin.
On the opening day, Johnson paired with Pepperdine's Alex Coe, who was the individual medalist at CCU's own 2006 General Hackler Invitational, to tie Japans Yuta Ikeda and Yuto Watanabe. On Day 2, Johnson fell to Toru Nakajima, 74-72, in singles play. The final day action tees off Saturday at 8 a.m., as Johnson will play Japan's Daisuke Yasumoto.