Men's Golf Tied For Third After First Round Of NCAA West Regionals

May 21, 2004

Sunriver, Ore. -

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    The No. 11 USC men's golf team got off to a good start at the NCAA West Regionals on Thursday, shooting a 2-under 286 to tie for third after the first 18 holes played at Crosswater Country Club.

    USC and three other teams are three strokes back of leader UCLA, which shot 283. New Mexico shot 284 and is in second.

    Individually, two Trojans--senior Scott Oxandaboure and sophomore Taylor Wood--shot rounds of 2-under 70 and are each in eighth place.

    UCLA's Travis Johnson is the early leader after shooting 66.

    Junior Ben Hayes shot an even-par 72 for the Trojans, while junior Nico Bollini shot 74. Freshman Joshua Wooding to off to a rough start with an 83.

    The tournament continues on Friday with 18 more holes. The top 10 teams advance to the NCAA Finals in Hot Springs, Virg.

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