Wiseman Leads Terps to 10th

April 24, 2011

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NEW LONDON, N.C. - Freshman William Wiseman tied for 30th and the University of Maryland men's golf team placed 10th Sunday at the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, held at the Old North State Club.

On the weekend, Wiseman combined for a three-day 222 (74-73-75) to lead the Terps.

Tying a tournament-high with one eagle on Friday, Sean Bosdosh finished at 225, placing him in 41st individually. Sean Brannan, who was two-under in par-5 scoring, placed in a tie for 42nd at 226. Joey Rice tied for 46th at 228 and Tom Hanna III finished in 51st at 236.

Georgia Tech's Paul Haley earned the individual title after shooting a 10-under 206 while teammate Kyle Scott placed second at 207. In third, Georgia Tech's J.T. Grifin and Duke's Julian Suri locked in a tie at 209 while Blue Devil Brinson Paolini finished in fifth at 211.

As a team, Maryland cut its score each day during the tournament and finished at 901 (304-300-297) for 10th place.

The two-time defending champion Yellow Jackets clinched the team title with a 33-under 831, 20 strokes ahead of second-place Duke.

Clemson earned third at 861 with Virginia in fourth at an even 864. The Seminoles of Florida State rounded out the top-5 at 866 with NC State and Virginia Tech in sixth and seventh, respectively, at 872 and 874. North Carolina and Wake Forest finished tied for eighth at 879 while Boston College placed in 11th with the highest three scores overall.

The Terps and Head Coach Tom Hanna will conclude the 2010-11 season at the Cavalier Classic in Charlottesville, Va., next weekend.

1. Georgia Tech 831; 2. Duke 851; 3. Clemson 861; 4. Virginia 864; 5. Florida State 866; 6. NC State 872; 7. Virginia Tech 874; T8. North Carolina 879; T8. Wake Forest 879; 10. MARYLAND 901; 11. Boston College 953.

T30. William Wiseman 222; 41. Sean Bosdosh 225; T42. Sean Brannan 226; T46. Joey Rice 228; 51. Tom Hanna III 236.