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Terp Golfers Tied For 7th At Palmetto Intercollegiate
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 03/17/2003

March 17, 2003

AIKEN, S.C. - University of Maryland shot its best round of the young spring season Monday and is in a tie for seventh place after the first day of the rain-shortened Palmetto Intercollegiate here at Palmetto Golf Club.

The Terps fired a 10-over-par score of 294 on the 6,380-yard, par-71 layout, easily the best of the team's four competitive spring rounds. Maryland was led by redshirt freshman Jeff Spradlin, who carded nines of 36-36 for a one-over 72. He is in a tie for eighth place. Junior Tim Kane shot a 73 and is in 18th place, freshman John Eades shot a 74 and is in a tie for 25th. Senior co-captain John Moheyer shot a 75 and is in a tie for 36th and junior Dan MacDonald shot a 76 and is in a tie for 46th. Senior Scott Ehrlich, playing as an individual, shot an 81.

Maryland is just one shot out of fifth place and three shots out of second. College of Charleston, which shot a four-over 288, leads the 15-team field by three shots over Texas-Arlington, Kansas and host USC-Aiken.

Teams were scheduled to play 36 holes on Monday, but play was suspended due to rain shortly after the second round began. Coaches then opted to wipe out the second round altogether. The third round is slated to be played as scheduled on Tuesday.

Aaron Black of USC-Aiken leads all individuals after carding a 34-34-68. He holds a one-shot lead over Mark Donnell of Vanderbilt and a two-shot lead over Chris Marshall of Kansas and Kyle Bradley of College of Charleston.

In total, 15 teams - mostly from the Southeast - are vying to win the team title captured by Virginia Tech last season. The top-ranked teams in the field are 18th-rated College of Charleston and 22nd-rated Vanderbilt.

Other teams in the field include Texas Tech, Furman, Florida State, South Carolina, Kansas, Texas-Arlington, South Florida, Tulane, Georgia State, Presbyterian, Virginia Commonwealth and host USC-Aiken. Texas Tech, Furman, College of Charleston, South Carolina, Kansas, Texas-Arlington and Georgia State all joined Maryland in the NCAA Regionals last season.

Fin.   Top 20 Teams             Scores
   1   Charleston, Coll. of     288
   2   Texas-Arlington          291
       Kansas, U. of            291
       South Carolina-Aiken     291
   5   Furman University        293
       South Carolina           293
   7   Maryland, U. of          294
       Vanderbilt Univ.         294
   9   Va. Commonwealth         296
  10   So. Florida, U. of       299
  11   Florida State Univ.      300
  12   Tulane University        303
  13   Texas Tech Univ.         304
       Presbyterian College     304
  15   Georgia State Univ.      305           

Fin. Top 20 Players School Scores 1 Aaron Black USC Aiken 34- 34 68 2 Mark Donnell Vanderbilt 33- 36 69 3 Chris Marshall Kansas 33- 37 70 Kyle Bradley Charleston 32- 38 70 5 Chris Wheeler Tulane 36- 35 71 Buddy Davis Furman 35- 36 71 *Matt Robinson S Carolina 35- 36 71 8 Bruce McDonald Charleston 34- 38 72 Matt Adcock Florida St 35- 37 72 Erik Johansen S Carolina 36- 36 72 Martin Rominger S Carolina 35- 37 72 Ted Brown VCU 36- 36 72 Tyler Hall Kansas 36- 36 72 Tyrone Mordt Texas-Arl. 36- 36 72 Jeff Spradlin Maryland 36- 36 72 Landon Allen Texas-Arl. 35- 37 72 Bryan Sangid USC Aiken 34- 38 72 18 Noble Judy Furman 34- 39 73 Brandt Snedeker Vanderbilt 38- 35 73 Anthony Estorga Texas-Arl. 36- 37 73 Tim Kane Maryland 35- 38 73 Adam Grodhaus Charleston 37- 36 73 Andrew Dresser Texas Tech 37- 36 73 Kellen Altman Charleston 37- 36 73

Fin. School Scores T 7 Maryland, U. of 294 T 8 Jeff Spradlin 36- 36 72 T 18 Tim Kane 35- 38 73 T 25 John Eades 35- 39 74 T 36 John Moheyer 37- 38 75 T 46 Dan MacDonald 37- 39 76



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