Sept. 17, 2002
FRANKLIN, Tenn. - The University of Virginia men's golf team stands tied for 10th after the first two rounds of the Mason Rudolph Collegiate, which were completed late Monday.
Host Vanderbilt shot a 17-under 543 to lead the field of 11 teams. The College of Charleston stands second with a six-under 554, while Alabama is third at four-under (556). The Cavaliers are tied for 10th with Belmont at 585 (+25).
Individually, Vanderbilt's Brandt Snedeker holds a one-stroke lead with a seven-under 133. Charleston's Adam Grodhaus follows with a six-under 134, while Alabama's Lars Brovold and Vandy's Craig Dunlap are tied for third with 135 (-5).
Playing in his first collegiate meet, UVa freshman Brad Tilley (Chappaqua, N.Y.) is the top Cavalier, tied at 23rd. He shot a 143 (+3) overall, including a par 70 in the second round. Senior Thomas Lee (Guttenburg, N.J.) and junior Jeremy Luce (Austin, Texas) follow with a 147 (+6) each to tie for 39th. Senior Justin Goodhue (Glastonbury, Conn.) shot a 149 (+8), while freshman John Fizer (Trenton, N.J.) fired a 156.
The third and final round of the Mason Rudolph Collegiate tees off at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Legends Club.
MASON RUDLOPH COLLEGIATE Legends Club Franklin, Tenn. First Day Results (36 Holes)
1. Vanderbilt 271-272- 543 (-17) 2. Charleston 277-277- 554 (-6) 3. Alabama 275-281- 556 (-4) 4. Georgia State 278-282- 560 (E) 5. North Florida 290-278- 568 (+8) Mississippi State 284-284- 568 (+8) 7. Mississippi 287-287- 574 (+14) 8. Florida State 290-287- 577 (+17) 9. Rice 296-287- 583 (+23) 10. VIRGINIA 290-295- 585 (+25) Belmont 295-290- 585 (+25)
TOP INDIVIDUALS 1. Brandt Snedeker, VU 65-68- 133 (-7) 2. Adam Grodhaus, CC 66-68- 134 (-6) 3. Lars Brovold, UA 63-72- 135 (-5) Braig Dunlap, VU 69-66- 135 (-5) 5. Mark Donnell, VU 69-67- 136 (-4)
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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