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Golf Team Third at Jerry Pate National

Oct. 11, 2004

ATLANTA – Senior Nicholas Thompson and junior Mike Barbosa each shot four-under-par 67 Monday morning, leading Georgia Tech to an 11-under-par score of 273 and a third-place standing after 18 holes in the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate in Birmingham, Ala.

The tournament is being played at the 6,958-yard, par-71 Old Overton Golf Club in Birmingham. The second round is being contested this afternoon, with the final 18 holes scheduled for Tuesday.

Sophomore Roberto Castro shot 68 for the second-ranked Yellow Jackets, with senior Chan Song carding an even-par 70 and junior Thomas Jordan coming in at 76.

Georgia shot 268 (16 under par) to take the first-round lead, with host Alabama four shots back at 272. Behind Tech are Augusta State (275), top-ranked Oklahoma State (276), Auburn (278), Southern California (280), Wake Forest (280), Vanderbilt (283), TCU (286), Alabama-Birmingham (288) and Clemson (295).

Complete results will be posted when they become available after the second round Monday.

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