Golf Tied for 23rd After NCAA East Regional Second Round

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Junior Justion Goodhue stands 17th after the second round.
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Junior Justion Goodhue stands 17th after the second round.
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

May 17, 2002

ROSWELL, Ga - The University of Virginia men's golf team stands tied for 23rd of 27 teams after the second round of the 2002 NCAA East Regional at the Ansley Golf Club on Friday.

The ACC teams dominate the top spots. Clemson holds a one-stroke lead over host Georgia Tech, ranked No. 1 nationally, with a 577 (+1). The Yellow Jackets are second with a 2578 (+2), while North Carolina is third at 581 (+5). The Cavaliers carded a 616 (+40).

Individually, Clemson's D.J. Trahan stands five-under with a 139 to lead the field of 141 competitors. Georgia Southern's Tyler McKeever and Georgia Tech's Matt Weiberg are tied for second with a 141 (-3).

UVa junior Justin Goodhue (Glastonbury, Conn.) is tied for 17th with a 147 (+3). Senior Steve Marino (Fairfax, Va.) follows by two strokes with a 149 (+5). Junior Thomas Lee (Guttenburg, N.J.) is tied for 106th with a 158 (+14). Senior Shivin Kwatra (New Delhi, India) is 126th with a 163 (+19), while sophomore Jeremy Luce (Austin, Texas) follows with a 164 (+20).

The final round of the NCAA East Regional tees off on Saturday, May 18 at 7:12 a.m. Fans may follow live scoring via the internet at Golf Stat.

2002 NCAA MEN'S GOLF EAST REGIONAL
Ansley Golf Club, Settin' Down Creek Course, Roswell, Ga.
Second Round Results

1. Clemson 286-291- 577 +1 2. Georgia Tech 291-287- 578 +2 3. North Carolina 295-286- 581 +5 4. Florida 300-290- 590 +14 5. Virginia Commonwealth 306-286- 592 +16 6. Wake Forest 299-296- 595 +19 7. Augusta State 299-297- 596 +20 Georgia 300-296- 596 +20 9. Auburn 299-298- 597 +21 Georgia Southern 299-298- 597 +21 11. North Florida 299- 303- 602 +26 Alabama-Birmingham 301-301- 602 +26 13. College of Charleston 303-300- 603 +27 14. South Alabama 313-291- 604 +28 Tennessee 294-310- 604 +28 16. South Carolina 301-307- 608 +32 17. Coastal Carolina 302-309- 611 +35 Penn State 295-316- 611 +35 19. Furman 299-313- 612 +36 20. Jacksonville State 303-310- 613 +37 Michigan State 308-305- 613 +37 William & Mary 305-308- 613 +37 23. Rhode Island 307-309- 616 +40 VIRGINIA 312-304- 616 +40 25. Duke 308-309- 617 +41 26. Iona 315-319- 634 +58 27. Yale 314-325- 639 +63

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITORS T4. Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt 70-72- 142 -2 T17. David Ryles, Charleston So. 73-74- 147 +3 T45. Adam Gee, UNC-Wilm. 78-72- 150 +6 T63. Andy Smith, SE Louisiana 75-77- 152 +8 T74. Simon Dunn, Campbell 72-81- 153 +9 T106. Tim Yelverton, So. Miss. 84-74- 158 +14

TOP INDIVIDUALS 1. D.J. Trahan, Clemson 69-70- 139 -5 2. Tyler McKeever, Ga. South. 70-71- 141 -3 Matt Weiberg, Ga. Tech 70-71- 141 -3 4. Bob Cherry, UNC 73-69- 142 -2 Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt 70-72- 142 -2 6. Camilo Benedetti, Florida 75-69- 144 E Gregg Jones, Clemson 71-73- 144 E Brad Moldin, UNC 73-71- 144 E Ryan Zylstra, VCU 77-67- 144 E

VIRGINIA PLAYERS T17. Justin Goodhue 71-76- 147 +3 T37. Steve Marino 75-74- 149 +5 T106. Thomas Lee 84-74- 158 +14 T126. Shivin Kwatra 83-80- 163 +19 T128. Jeremy Luce 83-81- 164 +20