Men's Golf Drops To A Tie For 19th After Day Two Of NCAA Championships
June 2, 2004
Hot Springs, Virg. -
The USC men's golf team shot an 18-over-par 298 on Wednesday to drop into a tie for 19th after 36 holes of the 2004 NCAA Men's Golf Championships held at The Cascades Golf Course.
The Trojans were in second place and at one over par earlier in the day before settling in with a total of 582, 14 strokes back of first-place California (568). Kentucky is second (569) and BYU is third (570).
Troy must finish in the top 15 after Thursday's third round in order to move on to the final round on Friday.
Junior Ben Hayes continues to lead the way for USC. He shot a one-over 71 to follow up his first-round 69 and is tied for 15th at 140. Jeff Hood of Cal leads at 136.
Also for the Trojans, freshman Joshua Wooding shot 77 and is tied for 59th at 146, senior Scott Oxandaboure shot 74 and is tied for 100th at 149, sophomore Taylor Wood shot 78 and is also tied for 100th at 149, and junior Nico Bollini shot 76 and is tied for 148th at 156.
Round three begins on Thursday at 7 a.m. ET.