Terps In 15th Place After 36 Holes Of Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate

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Sept. 9, 2002

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - University of Maryland is in 15th place after 36 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 rounds of 307-304--611 Monday on the 7,061-yard, par-72 layout at Turtle Point Golf Course. Host College of Charleston leads the 15-team field with a five-over total of 293-288-581. The Cougars are nine shots ahead of Mississippi and 13 shots ahead of Alabama (594) and Vanderbilt (594).

Junior Tim Kane, who shot rounds of 76-74-150 and is in 28th place, leads Maryland's contingent, which includes true freshman John Eades (78-76-154), senior captain John Moheyer (82-75-157), redshirt freshman Jeff Spradlin (78-79-1657) and sophomore Bobby MacWhinnie (75-84-159).

Vanderbilt's Brandt Snedeker, who fired rounds of 69-71-140, holds a two-stroke lead over Charleston's John Assey (72-70-142).

Maryland Individuals
Tim Kane	   76-74-150
John Eades	   78-76-154
John Moheyer	   82-75-157
Jeff Spradlin	   78-79-157
Bobby MacWhinnie   75-84--159

Team Scores College of Charleston 293-288-581 Mississippi 299-291-590 Alabama 300-294-594 Vanderbilt 293-301-594 Virginia Tech 292-303-595 Baylor 301-300-601 Florida State 297-304-601 Kentucky 306-299-605 USC-Aiken 306-299-605 Kent State 301-306-607 NC State 301-308-609 Tulsa 313-296-609 South Carolina 309-301-610 LSU 296-314-610 Maryland 307-304--611

Individual Leaders Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt 69-71-140 John Assey, Charleston 72-70-142 Adam Grodhaus, Charleston 71-73-144 Peter Laws, Kent State 74-71-145 Bruce McDonald, Charleston 75-70--145