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Golfers Falter to Fourth at UH-Hilo Invitational

Feb. 9, 2007

ATLANTA –

Robert Castro shot a 3-under-par 67 and finished in a tie for second place, but Georgia Tech faltered to a 1-over-par 281 as a team Friday and finished fourth at the UH-Hilo Invitational golf tournament in Waikoloa, Hawaii.

No. 2-ranked Stanford had all five of its players break par-70, posting a team total of 266 (14-under-par), pulling into a tie for first with defending national champion Oklahoma State (270 on Friday) at 37-under-par 803. The Cardinal then won a playoff to win the team title.

Arizona State finished third at 816, 13 shots behind the leaders, and the 20th-ranked Yellow Jackets posted a 54-hole total of 818 (22-under-par).

Castro’s 67 gave him a tournament score of 199 (11-under-par), which matched his career-low for 54 holes set on the same golf course two years ago. He logged his second straight top-10 finish and matched his highest finish as a collegian.

Jonathan Moore of Oklahoma State, the defending NCAA medalist, finished with a 65 Friday and posted a tournament total of 195 (15-under-par) to win the individual title.

Yellow Jacket sophomore Cameron Tringale, the 36-hole leader following a pair of 64s in the first two rounds, carded a 73 Friday and dropped into a tie for fifth place individually at 9-under-par 201. Tech also counted a 68 from freshman Chesson Hadley, who finished in a tie for 18th in his first collegiate event (5-under 205).

Sophomore Adam Cohan counted for Tech Friday with a 73 and tied for 59th at 213, and freshman Daniel Bowden tied for 92nd at 227 after a closing 76.

UH-HILO INVITATIONALWaikoloa Village Golf Club, Waikoloa, HawaiiFinal Results

TEAM STANDINGS Fin. School Scores 1 Stanford 268 269 266 803 -37 2 Oklahoma State 273 260 270 803 -37 3 Arizona State 272 267 277 816 -24 4 Georgia Tech 272 265 281 818 -22 5 Southern California 275 270 274 819 -21 6 Washington 276 273 272 821 -19 7 Oregon State 270 273 279 822 -18 TCU 282 271 269 822 -18 9 UC Davis 273 281 275 829 -11 10 Oregon 275 267 291 833 -7 Texas Tech 277 272 284 833 -7 12 Colorado 279 278 287 844 +4 13 Hawaii 282 283 282 847 +7 14 Pacific 284 281 289 854 +14 Kansas 274 285 295 854 +14 16 Santa Clara 276 291 289 856 +16 17 Oklahoma 285 286 286 857 +17 18 Hawaii-Hilo 308 289 294 891 +51

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Fin. Name School Scores 1 Jonathan Moore Okla. St. 68 62 65 195 -15 2 Roberto Castro Ga. Tech 67 65 67 199 -11 Rob Grube Stanford 69 66 64 199 -11 4 Joseph Bramlett Stanford 64 70 66 200 -10 5 Alex Prugh Washington 68 68 65 201 -9 Cameron Tringale Ga. Tech 64 64 73 201 -9 Benjamin Alvarado Arizona St 66 68 67 201 -9 Tom Glissmeyer USC 66 66 69 201 -9 Trent Leon Okla. St. 68 67 66 201 -9 10 Matthew Savage Stanford 68 67 67 202 -8 Zack Miller Stanford 67 66 69 202 -8

GEORGIA TECH SCORES T 2 Roberto Castro 67 65 67 199 T 5 Cameron Tringale 64 64 73 201 T 18 Chesson Hadley 71 66 68 205 T 59 Adam Cohan 70 70 73 213 92 Daniel Bowden 73 78 76 227

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