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Steady Gold Earns Sixth Place Finish at Seminole Intercollegiate
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 03/10/2009

March 10, 2009


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For a third straight day, Chris Gold tamed the Golden Eagle Country Club and finished with an even-par round of 72, good for a sixth-place tie overall. Gold's play helped Maryland finish in 11th place as a team.

Gold, who finished as the only player in the tournament without a round over par, finished just three strokes back of top finisher Ryan Haselden of Vanderbilt, who was powered by a first-round 67.

Maryland's next-best finisher was freshman John Popeck, playing in his first collegiate spring tournament. Popeck, whose round of 73 on Sunday was the best by a Terrapin other than Gold on the weekend, finished with a cumulative score of 10-over par 226. That left him in a tie for 43rd place.

Donnie Shin, who shot a 77 on Sunday, finished 55th overall. Meanwhile, Andrew Kay had his best round of the weekend, as a 3-over par 75 left him 18 strokes over for the weekend, good for a 56th place tie.

Maryland now will enjoy two weeks off before its next competition, the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate. That event will be played at Awendaw, S.C.


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