Men's Golf One Stroke Out Of Lead After First Round Of NCAA Championships

May 28, 2003

Stillwater, Okla. - The No. 19 USC men's golf team shot 300 (+12) on Tuesday and are in a tie for fifth after the first round of the 2003 NCAA men's golf championships held at Karsten Creek Golf Course.

The Trojans are just one stroke behind Oklahoma State, North Carolina State, Clemson and Auburn, who each shot 299. USC is tied with Duke.

Sophomore Nico Bollini leads USC. He shot 72 to tie for fifth. Lee Williams of Auburn is first after shooting 69. Chris Stroud of Lamar and Oliver Wilson of Augusta State are tied for second (70), while Matt Rosenfeld of Texas is fourth (71).

Also for the Trojans, sophomore Ben Hayes is tied for 29th (75), freshman Taylor Wood is tied for 44th (76), senior Chris Botsford is tied for 59th (77) and senior David Oh is tied for 72nd (78).

The tournament resumes today with 18 more holes starting at 7 a.m.

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