Men's Golf Slips into 12th Place after Second Round of NCAA Preview

Sept. 27, 2005

Arizona State slips six spots to finish 12th after the second round of the 17th annual Ping/Golfweek NCAA Preview held at the Crosswater Golf Course in Sunriver, Ore.

Georgia continues to hold the number one spot after shooting an eight-under 568 (284-284) to finish out the second round.

The sixth-ranked Arizona State University carded a 15-over 591 (292-299) to slip into 12th place.

Individually, 2003 NCAA champion and three-time All-American Alejandro Canizares had the best Sun Devil round with a one-under 143 (71-72). He is tied for 12th.

ASU's Lenny Park carded a two-over 146 (73-73) and is currently tied for 20th. Freshman Benjamin Alvarado and 2005 All-American Niklas Lemke shot a seven-over 151 (74-77) and are tied for 40th. Sophomore Phil Telliard shot a 13-over 157 (79-78) to place tied for 69th after the second round on Tuesday.

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The teams will play 18 holes on Wednesday to finish the event.

Top Five TeamsPing/Golfweek NCAA PreviewCrosswater Club/Par 72/7,671 yards

1. Georgia 284-284=568, -82. Georgia Tech 294-284=578, +23. Oklahoma State 297-283=580, +44. Augusta State 295-286=581, +55. UNLV 290-292=582, +612. Arizona State 292-299=591, +15

Top Individual/ASU Players

1. Brian Harman, Georgia 69-67=136, -8T12. Alejandro Canizares, ASU 71-72=143, -1T20. Lenny Park, ASU 73-73=146, +2T40. Benjamin Alvarado ASU 74-77=151, +7T40. Niklas Lemke ASU 74-77=151, +7T69. Phil Telliard ASU 79-78=157, +13

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