May 16, 2003
AUBURN, Ala. -
University of Maryland improved six shots but dropped one spot in the team standings on day two of the three-day NCAA East Regional here at the Auburn University Club.
The Terps, who fired a 305 on Friday after opening with a 311 on Thursday, enter Saturday's final round with a two-day total of 616, good for 23rd place in the 27-team regional. The top 10 teams at each of the three regionals will advance to the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Okla., later this month.
Four ACC teams are among the top five after 36 holes, including Clemson, which owns the lead with a two-day total of 14-under par 562. Georgia Tech (567) is second, Tennessee is third (572) and Florida, Wake Forest and Duke are tied for fourth (578).
Indivividually for the Terps, freshman John Eades leads the way with a two-day total of 152, eight over par. Eades shot a 75 on Friday after opening with a 77 on Thursday. Eades is followed by teammates Tim Kane (75-80-155), John Moheyer (77-79-156), Bobby MacWhinnie (82-75-157) and Dan MacDonald (85-76-161).
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