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Golf Team Finishes Fourth at Hilo

Feb. 8, 2008

ATLANTA –

Cameron Tringale shot a 2-under-par 68 and Chesson Hadley a 1-under 69 Friday to secure top-10 finishes individually, and Georgia Tech finished fourth in the team race at the UH-Hilo Invitational golf tournament in Waikoloa, Hawai’i.

Tringale’s 68 gave him a 54-hole total of 200, good for fourth place at 10 shots under par and three behind medalist Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State, who shot 66 Friday and finished at 13-under 197. Tringale, a junior from Laguna Niguel, Calif., collected his highest finish of the year and his second top-10 showing.

Stanford teammates Rob Grube (67 Friday) and Sihwan Kim (67) finished two shots back at 11-under 199. Southern California teammates Jamie Lovemark and Rory Hie tied for fifth place at 9-under 201 with Washington’s Nick Taylor, while ASU’s Stephen Gross was eighth at 8-under 202.

Hadley’s 69 Friday left him at 7-under 203 in a tie for ninth place, and the sophomore from Raleigh, N.C., extended his string of top-10 finishes to seven straight events. Hadley is rated the fourth-best player in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.

Stanford, the defending NCAA champion, shot 275 Friday for a 27-under-par total of 813 and won by three strokes over Arizona State and USC (24-under). Tech, which shot 277 Friday, finished at 16-under-par.

David Dragoo shot 71 for Tech Friday and tied for 39th place at 2-over 212. Daniel Bowden shot 69 and finished in a tie for 57th at 216, while Paul Haley’s final-round 74 left him tied for 53rd at 215.

UH HILO INVITATIONALWaikoloa Village G.C., Waikoloa, HIPar: 70, Yardage:  6738Final Results

TEAM STANDINGS 1 Stanford University 275 263 275 813 -27 2 Arizona State U. 271 272 273 816 -24 Southern California 274 270 272 816 -24 4 Georgia Tech 275 272 277 824 -16 5 Texas Tech Univ. 271 275 283 829 -11 6 Oregon State U. 273 278 281 832 -8 Washington, U. of 280 270 282 832 -8 8 Oregon, U. of 279 276 280 835 -5 9 TCU 284 275 280 839 -1 10 UC Davis 288 277 279 844 +4 11 Colorado, U. of 284 274 287 845 +5 12 Santa Clara Univ. 288 284 274 846 +6 13 Oklahoma, U. of 277 276 295 848 +8 14 Kansas, U. of 285 282 291 858 +18 CSU-Bakersfield 283 283 292 858 +18 16 Hawaii-Hilo, U. of 282 286 293 861 +21 17 Pacific, U. of the 291 282 293 866 +26 18 Hawaii, Univ. of 292 278 298 868 +28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 1 Jesper Kennegard Arizona St 68 63 66 197 -13 2 Rob Grube Stanford 65 67 67 199 -11 Sihwan Kim Stanford 69 63 67 199 -11 4 Cameron Tringale Ga. Tech 65 67 68 200 -10 5 Jamie Lovemark USC 66 65 70 201 -9 Rory Hie USC 71 62 68 201 -9 Nick Taylor Washington 67 66 68 201 -9 8 Stephan Gross Arizona St 64 68 70 202 -8 9 Chesson Hadley Ga. Tech 68 66 69 203 -7 Garrett Merrell Texas Tech 71 64 68 203 -7

GEORGIA TECH SCORES 4 Cameron Tringale 65 67 68 200 T 9 Chesson Hadley 68 66 69 203 T 39 David Dragoo 70 71 71 212 T 53 Paul Haley 72 69 74 215 T 57 Daniel Bowden 77 70 69 216

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