Men's Golf In Eighth With One Round To Go At NCAA Championships
May 29, 2003
Stillwater, Oklah. - The No. 19 USC men's golf team fired a 298 on Thursday and is in eighth place with one round to go at the 2003 NCAA Men's Golf Championships held at Karsten Creek Golf Course.
USC has a 54-hole total of 909, 21 strokes behind team leader Clemson (888). Oklahoma State is second (889), UCLA and Florida are tied for third (899) and Wake Forest is fifth (900).
If the Trojans can hold on to their position, it will be their best finish at the NCAAs since placing fifth in 1995.
Lee Williams of Auburn is the overall leader at 212. There is a three-way tie for second that includes John Holmes of Kentucky, Hunter Mahan of Oklahoma State and Chris Stroud of Lamar. All three have a total of 217.
The NCAA Championships conclude on Friday with 18 holes beginning at 7 a.m. CT.
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