Men's Golf In Seventh After Second Day Of NCAA Championships

May 28, 2003

Stillwater, Okla. - The No. 19 USC men's golf team shot 311 (+23) on Wednesday to move into sole possession of seventh place after two days of the 2003 NCAA Men's Golf Championships held at Karsten Creek Golf Club.

USC has a 36-hole total of 611 (+35), which is 13 strokes behind team leader UCLA (598). Oklahoma State is second (599), followed by Clemson (601), Florida and Auburn (602), then Wake Forest (610).

Sophomore Nico Bollini and freshman Taylor Wood lead the Trojans thus far, as each have shot 151 (+7) to tie for 24th. Wood's 75 led Troy in the second round.

Lee Williams of Auburn is atop the leaderboard at 141, followed by Hunter Mahan of Oklahoma State (144) and Jason Moon of North Carolina State (145). There are seven golfer tied for fourth place at 146.

Also for USC, senior Chris Botsford is tied for 38th (153), sophomore Ben Hayes is tied for 63rd (156) and senior David Oh is tied for 11th (161).

The tournament's third round tees off on Thursday at 7 a.m. CT.

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