Sept. 9, 2003
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Tim Kane of Maryland shot a 73 Tuesday to finish with a 1-under total of 143 and earn a tie for eighth place individually at the Cleveland Golf / Kiawah Island Intercollegiate Golf Tournament hosted by the College of Charleston.
Kane was the top finisher for the Terrapins in the two-day tournament, which was shortened to 36 holes due to rain on Monday. He shot a 70 in the first round on the Turtle Point course at the Kiawah Island resort.
Maryland also finished in a tie for eighth as a team, carding a 298 Tuesday to finish with a 36-hole total of 598. Kentucky blistered the field with a 282 team total in the second round, finishing at 580 and coming home three shots better than Georgia State and four shots lower than Georgia Southern. The Wildcats started Tuesday's play six shots behind first-round leader Ole Miss, which dropped to a tie for eighth with the Terps and the host College of Charleston.
Dan MacDonald had the best round of the day for the Terps, shooting a 72 on Tuesday to finish tied for 32nd at 151. Tyler Witman shot 77 yesterday to finish at 148, good enough for a tie for 23rd. John Eades had a 76 in his second round, tying for 63rd at 160, while Jeff Spradlin had an 83 Tuesday to place 70th at 163.
Aron Price held on to his first-round lead to win the individual title. He followed Monday's 65 with a 70 on Tuesday, finishing at 9-under 135. John Holmes of Kentucky was second at 140 after a second-round 68, one of three sub-par rounds by the Wildcats on Tuesday.
The Maryland men's golf team plays next at the James Madison Invitational in Harrisonburg, Va., on Sept. 20 and 21.
Full results of the Cleveland Golf / Kiawah Island Intercollegiate are available at: http://www.cougars.cofc.edu/mens/golf/recaps/20030909-1.html
1. Kentucky 580; 2. Georgia State 583; 3. Georgia Southern 584; 4. SMU 591; 5. Virginia 592; 6. Kent State 594; 7. Florida State 595; T8. MARYLAND, College of Charleston, Ole Miss 598; 11. South Carolina 600; 12. South Carolina-Aiken 613; 13. Alabama-Birmingham 617; 14. Charleston Southern 629.
1. Aron Price, Georgia Southern, 135; 2. John Holmes, Kentucky, 140; T3. Peter Laws, Kent State, and Mark Blakefield, Kentucky 141; T5. Matt Adcock, Florida State; Toshi Hirata, Georgia Southern and Nash Elliott, South Carolina, 142.