Men's Golf Finishes Seventh At Morris Williams Intercollegiate

March 26, 2002

Austin, TX - The No. 10 USC men's golf team shot a final-round 304 on Tuesday to finish in seventh place at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate held at Austin Country Club.

The Trojans shot a three-round total of 899, 16 strokes behind tourney host and team champion Texas (883). Pepperdine was second (886), followed by Texas Christian (891), New Mexico (892) and Oklahoma (894).

Senior Kevin Stadler led the way for Troy, shooting a two-over-par 218 to finish seventh, eight strokes back of individual champion John Klauk of Texas (210). Randy Creighton of Pepperdine was second (212), followed by Hunter Mahan of Oklahoma State and Adam Rubinson of TCU in second (214) and Michael Letzig of New Mexico and Michael Beard of Pepperdine in fifth (217).

Also for USC, freshman Ben Hayes tied for 23rd (225), junior Chris Botsford tied for 29th (227), junior David Oh tied for 52nd (232) and freshman Nico Bollini tied for 59th (235).

The Trojans are next in action at the Thunderbird/Savane Invitational in Phoenix, Ariz., on April 12-13.

USC			301	294	304	899 (7th)Kevin Stadler		73	72	73	218 (7th)Ben Hayes		75	73	77	225 (23rd tie)Chris Botsford		75	74	78	227 (29th tie)David Oh		80	75	77	232 (52nd tie)Nico Bollini		78	80	77	235 (59th tie)
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