Glissmeyer Tied For Fourth At UH Hilo Intercollegiate

Feb. 8, 2007

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Sophomore Tom Glissmeyer fired his second consecutive 4-under 66 and senior Jordan Nasser turned in his Trojan career-low 67 to spearhead the No. 7 USC men's golf team on the second day of the 17th annual UH-Hilo Invitational on Thursday (Feb. 8) at the Waikoloa Village G.C.

The Trojans, seeking their fourth top two finish in five events, carded a combined 270 (-10) for a two-day 545. Troy is in seventh place, 12 shots behind leader and third-ranked Oklahoma State (533). The Cowboys fired a round-low 260 to take the lead.

With his second straight 66, Glissmeyer has now fired off four consecutive rounds in the 60s. His 132 (-8) is tied for fourth, four shots back of leader Cameron Tringale of Georgia Tech.

Freshman Jamie Lovemark followed his first-round 67 with a second-round 68 for a 135 (-5), tying for 13th overall. It was Lovemark's seventh round in the 60s this year in 14 outings.

Nasser moved up the board with his collegiate career low 67, lowering him to even for the tournament at 140, tying for 45th. Nasser's previous career low was a 69 in the second round of the 2005 Pac-10 Championships.

Senior Joshua Wooding is tied for 56th at 142 (+2) after his second-round 73 while freshman Rory Hie is tied for 61st after improving on day two with a 69. He's at 143 (+3).

Play concludes Friday with shot gun starts at 9:30 a.m. (PST).