Tringale Paces Tech at UH-Hilo Golf

Feb. 7, 2007

ATLANTA –

Cameron Tringale shot a career-best 6-under-par 64 Wednesday and is tied for first place individually, while 20th-ranked Georgia Tech posted an 8-under-par 272 team score and is tied for third place after the first round of the UH-Hilo Invitational in Waikoloa, Hawaii.

The Yellow Jackets are trying to win this event for the sixth time in 10 trips to the Big Island.

Tringale, a sophomore from Laguna Niguel, Calif., carded his seventh subpar round in 15 this year and bettered his previous best round by one shot, a 65 on the same Waikoloa Village Golf Club course last year on the way to a one-shot victory. He is tied with Stanford’s Joseph Bramlett, two shots ahead of a group of seven players at 4-under 66.

Roberto Castro, a senior from Alpharetta, fired a 3-under 67 and is in a group of five players tied for 10th place. His performance and that of Tringale helped Tech tie for the third-best team round of the day with Arizona State, four shots back of No. 2 Stanford (268).

Oregon State is in second place at 270. Defending national champion Oklahoma State is tied with UC-Davis at 273.

Sophomore Adam Cohan shot an even-par 70 for Tech and is tied for 47th place. Freshman Chesson Hadley, playing in his first event, came in at 71 and is tied for 55th, while classmate Daniel Bowden is tied for 70th after a 73.

Round two is scheduled for Thursday, and the final round Friday.

UH-HILO INVITATIONAL Waikoloa Village Golf Club, Waikoloa, Hawaii First-Round Results

TEAM STANDINGSFin.   School                   Scores 1   Stanford University      268           -12 2   Oregon State U.          270           -10 3   Georgia Tech             272            -8     Arizona State U.         272            -8 5   Oklahoma State U.        273            -7     UC Davis                 273            -7 7   Kansas, U. of            274            -6 8   Oregon, U. of            275            -5     Southern California      275            -510   Santa Clara Univ.        276            -4     Washington, U. of        276            -412   Texas Tech Univ.         277            -313   Colorado, U. of          279            -114   TCU                      282            +2     Hawaii, Univ. of         282            +216   Pacific, U. of the       284            +417   Oklahoma, U. of          285            +518   Hawaii-Hilo, U. of       308           +28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Fin. Name School Scores 1 Cameron Tringale Ga. Tech 33- 31 64 -6 Joseph Bramlett Stanford 30- 34 64 -6 3 Oscar Floren Texas Tech 34- 32 66 -4 Niklas Lemke Arizona St 34- 32 66 -4 Thomas Petersson Pacific 34- 32 66 -4 Benjamin Alvarado Arizona St 34- 32 66 -4 Tom Glissmeyer USC 35- 31 66 -4 Alex Williams Oregon St. 34- 32 66 -4 John Wise Washington 34- 32 66 -4 10 Vincent Johnson Oregon St. 34- 33 67 -3 Derek Sipe Oregon 35- 32 67 -3 Jong Yoon SantaClara 34- 33 67 -3 Jamie Lovemark USC 35- 32 67 -3 Roberto Castro Ga. Tech 33- 34 67 -3 Jesse Schutte Oklahoma 34- 33 67 -3 Zack Miller Stanford 34- 33 67 -3

GEORGIA TECH SCORES T 1 Cameron Tringale 33- 31 64 T 10 Roberto Castro 33- 34 67 T 47 Adam Cohan 36- 34 70 T 55 Chesson Hadley 36- 35 71 T 70 Daniel Bowden 36- 37 73

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