Sept. 9, 2002
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. -
University of Maryland is in 13th place after 18 holes of the 54-hole Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate here.
The tourney will conclude Tuesday.
The Terps, who are beginning their fall season with this week's action, totaled a first-round score of 307 Monday on the 7,061-yard, par-72 layout at Turtle Point Golf Course. Virginia Tech, which shot a four-over total of 292, holds a one-shot lead over Vanderbilt and host College of Charleston. LSU is in fourth with a total of 296.
Maryland was led by sophomore Bobby MacWhinnie, who carded a three-over 75. MacWhinnie shot a 40 on the front nine but rallied on the back with a 35. Junior Tim Kane (76) and freshmen Jeff Spradlin (78) and John Eades (78) rounded out the Terps' scoring. Senior captain John Moheyer carded an 82.
Vanderbilt's Brand Snedeker, the only player to break 70, shot a three-under 69 to lead the field. He holds a two-shot lead over four others.
Maryland Individuals Bobby MacWhinnie 40-35-75 Tim Kane 35-41-76 Jeff Spradlin 40-38-78 John Eades 39-39-78 John Moheyer 42-40-82
Team Scores Virginia Tech 292 Vanderbilt 293 College of Charleston 293 LSU 296 Florida State 297 Mississippi 299 Alabama 300 Baylor 301 NC State 301 Kent State 306 USC-Aiken 306 Maryland 307 South Carolina 309 Tulsa 313
Individual Leaders Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt 36-33-69 Brendon De Jonge, Va. Tech 35-36-71 Lance Goodson, Vanderbilt 35-36-71 Ryan Stinnet, Va. Tech 36-36-71 Adam Grodhaus, Charleston 34-37-71