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Golf Team Tied for Second at Golfweek Preview

Sept. 26, 2004

ATLANTA – Roberto Castro carded rounds of 68 and 72 for a 36-hole total of even-par 140, leading Georgia Tech into a tie for second place after two rounds of the 16th annual Golfweek/Ping Preview, three shots behind Oklahoma State.

The Yellow Jackets, who are ranked eighth in the Golfweek preseason rankings and second in the Golf World magazine poll, led after the first 18 holes Sunday after posting a four-over-par 284. Tech shot one stroke better in its afternoon round Sunday (283), but the Cowboys went four-under-par at 276 to claim the 36-hole lead at four-over-par 564. Tech and TCU (281 in round 2) are tied at 567. Texas is in fourth place at 573, and top-ranked Florida is fifth at 574. Arizona is in sixth place at 577, while Georgia and UNLV are tied for seventh at 582.

The final 18 holes will be played Monday at the Caves Valley Golf Club (7,124 yards, par 70) in Owings Mills, Md., site of the 2005 NCAA men’s Division I championship. Live scoring is available on Golfstatresults.com.

Castro, a pre-season All-American, is five shots off the pace set by Oklahoma State freshman Pablo Martin (69-66 – 135), tied for fourth. Jesse Mueller of Arizona State and Drew Pigg of TCU are tied for second at two-under-par 138.

Tech junior Mike Barbosa, the nation’s 46th-ranked amateur player after winning the Cardinal Amateur in August, followed an opening 74 with a two-under-par 68 in the afternoon round and is tied for 12th place at two-over 142. Senior Chan Song shot 71 in the morning and 73 in the afternoon and is tied for 20th place at 144, while Senior Nicholas Thompson, a pre-season All-American, is tied for 23rd place at 145 after carding rounds of 71 and 74. Junior Thomas Jordan played his afternoon round at even-par 70 after an opening 78 and is tied for 38th place at 148.

Reigning NCAA, U.S. Amateur Public Links and U.S. Amateur champion Ryan Moore of UNLV is at 3-over 143. Moore, a senior and Golfweek’s pre-season No. 1 individual, was 2-over par after his first three holes and opened with a 3-over 73 before following with an even-par 70.

TEAM SCORES1.      Oklahoma State  288-276--564    +42.      TCU     286-281--567    +72.      Georgia Tech    284-283--567    +74.      Texas   284-289--573    +135.      Florida         296-278--574    +146.      Arizona State   284-293--577    +177.      UNLV    290-292--582    +227.      Georgia         290-292--582    +229.      Clemson         300-285--585    +2510.     Kentucky        296-291--587    +2711.     Arizona         296-293--589    +2911.     Pepperdine      292-297--589    +2913.     UCLA    298-293--591    +3114.     California      305-294--599    +3915.     Loyola College  304-303--607    +47

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 1. Pablo Martin, Oklahoma State 69-66–135 -5 2. Jesse Mueller, Arizona State 67-71–138 -2 2. Drew Pigg, TCU 69-69–138 -2 4. Roberto Castro, Georgia Tech 68-72–140 E 4. J.J. Killeen, TCU 70-70–140 E 4. Henry Liaw, Arizona 69-71–140 E 7. Matt Every, Florida 73-68–141 +1 7. Chris Kirk, Georgia 69-72–141 +1 7. Matthew Mills, Texas 71-70–141 +1 7. Michael Putnam, Pepperdine 70-71–141 +1 7. Matthew Rosenfeld, Texas 70-71–141 +1 12. Michael Barbosa, Georgia Tech 74-68–142 +2 12. Tyler Leon, Oklahoma State 71-71–142 +2 12. David Schultz, TCU 73-69–142 +2 15. Ryan Moore, UNLV 73-70–143 +3 15. John Poucher, UCLA 70-73–143 +3 15. Zack Robinson, Oklahoma State 75-68–143 +3 15. James Vargas, Florida 76-67–143 +3 15. Brandon Waldrop, Kentucky 70-73–143 +3 20. Brent Delahoussaye, Clemson 76-68–144 +4 20. Kevin Kisner, Georgia 72-72–144 +4 20. Chan Song, Georgia Tech 71-73–144 +4 23. Kevin Chappell, UCLA 69-76–145 +5 23. Jeff Hood, California 73-72–145 +5 23. Brian O’Flaherty, Pepperdine 71-74–145 +5 23. Brett Stegmaier, Florida 72-73–145 +5 23. Nicholas Thompson, Georgia Tech 71-74–145 +5 23. Nathan Tyler, Arizona 73-72–145 +5 23. Manuel Villegas, Florida 75-70–145 +5 30. Jack Ferguson, Clemson 74-72–146 +6 30. Andres Gonzales, UNLV 70-76–146 +6 30. Farren Keenan, Texas 70-76–146 +6 30. T.J. Shuart, Loyola College 73-73–146 +6 30. Matt Wells, Kentucky 75-71–146 +6 35. Franklin Corpening, TCU 74-73–147 +7 35. Stephen Poole, Clemson 74-73–147 +7 35. Jarred Texter, UNLV 73-74–147 +7 38. Jeff Bell, Texas 73-75–148 +8 38. David Denham, Georgia 75-73–148 +8 38. Brian Duncan, Clemson 76-72–148 +8 38. Thomas Jordan, Georgia Tech 78-70–148 +8 38. Ryan Keeney, UNLV 76-72–148 +8 38. Pat Moore, Arizona State 67-81–148 +8 38. Alex Noren, Oklahoma State 73-75–148 +8 45. Brandon Beck, California 76-73–149 +9 45. Colby Beckstrom, TCU 75-74–149 +9 45. Mark Blakefield, Kentucky 79-70–149 +9 45. Shaun Goodwin, Texas 76-73–149 +9 45. John Holmes, Kentucky 72-77–149 +9 45. Zac Reynolds, Oklahoma State 78-71–149 +9 45. Colin Wilcox, Pepperdine 75-74–149 +9 52. Alejandro Canizares, Arizona State 79-71–150 +10 52. J.C. Deacon, UNLV 74-76–150 +10 52. Charly Simon, Arizona State 75-75–150 +10 55. Michael Jensen, California 74-77–151 +11 55. Nathan Lashley, Arizona 77-74–151 +11 55. Niklas Lemke, Arizona State 75-76–151 +11 55. Will Shriver, Loyola College 74-77–151 +11 59. Duke Butler, Florida 76-77–153 +13 59. Josh Esler, Arizona 77-76–153 +13 59. Daniel Im, UCLA 76-77–153 +13 59. Mark Lamb, Arizona 77-76–153 +13 63. Richard Scott, Georgia 74-80–154 +14 63. Brendon Todd, Georgia 79-75–154 +14 63. Eric West, California 82-72–154 +14 66. Peter Campbell, UCLA 84-71–155 +15 66. Alex Coe, Pepperdine 76-79–155 +15 68. Micheal Baird, Pepperdine 78-78–156 +16 68. Matt Bassler, Loyola College 79-77–156 +16 68. Chris Heintz, UCLA 83-73–156 +16 71. Nick Biershenk, Clemson 78-79–157 +17 71. Chris Derby, Loyola College 81-76–157 +17 71. Tommy Villani, Loyola College 78-79–157 +17 74. Kyle Dowden, California 83-77–160 +20 75. Jack Hudson, Kentucky 84-81–165 +25

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