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Hadley 21st at Western Refining All-American Event

Nov. 24, 2008

El Paso, Texas – Georgia Tech’s Chesson Hadley fired rounds of 73 and 74 Monday and is tied for 21st place after 36 holes of the Western Refining College All-American Golf Classic.

The 54-hole event each November brings together 27 of the nation’s top golfers who earned All-America honors the previous spring. Hadley, a junior from Raleigh, N.C., was a second-team honoree by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

Hadley birdied Nos. 9 and 18 Monday for his 73 in the morning. A double bogey at the 16th hole kept him from improving on that score in the afternoon. He is nine strokes off the lead held by Charlotte’s Corey Nagy, who posted rounds of 67 and 71 for a 4-under-par total of 138 at the El Paso Country Club.

In other Tech golf news Monday, senior Cameron Tringale has made Golf World magazine’s Mid-Season All-America team. A three-time All-American already, Tringale enjoyed the best fall of his Tech career, posting three top-10 finishes and a top-20 in four events, including a victory at the Brickyard Collegiate in Macon, Ga. Tringale finished the fall with a 71.50 stroke average in 12 rounds.

The men’s team is comprised of Jorge Campillo (Indiana, Sr.), Zahkai Brown (Colorado State, Fr.), Bronson Burgoon (Texas A&M, Sr.), Kevin Foley (Penn State, Jr.), Dustin Garza (Wichita State, Jr.), Matt Hill (NC State, Soph.), Scott Langley (Illinois, Soph.), Eddie Olson (UNLV, Jr.), Kyle Stanley (Clemson, Jr.), Derek Tolan (Colorado, Sr.), Cameron Tringale (Georgia Tech, Sr.) and Mike Van Sickle (Marquette, Sr.).

WESTERN REFINING COLLEGIATE ALL-AMERICAN CLASSICResults through 36 holes

Corey Nagy, Charlotte – 67 – 71 — 138 Kyle Stanley, Clemson – 71 – 68 — 139 Jarin Todd, Sonoma State – 69 – 71 — 140 Charlie Holland, Texas – 71 – 69 — 140 Trent Leon, Oklahoma State – 73 – 68 — 141 Kevin Foley, Penn State – 72 – 70 — 142 Andrew Putnam, Pepperdine – 73 – 69 — 142 Erik Flores, UCLA – 75 – 67 — 142 Jesper Kennegard, Arizona State – 71 – 71 — 142 Nick Taylor, Washington – 70 – 73 — 143 Rickie Fowler, Oklahoma State – 72 – 72 — 144 Jorge Campillo, Indiana – 71 – 73 — 144 Mike Van Sickle, Marquette – 74 – 70 — 144 Jonathan Hodge, Chattanooga – 68 – 76 — 144 Jason Millard, Middle Tennessee State – 75 – 69 — 144 Matthew Giles, USC – 74 – 70 — 144 Henrik Norlander, Augusta State – 72 – 72 — 144 Zack Sucher, UAB – 72 – 72 — 144 Russell Henley, Georgia – 75 – 70 — 145 Kevin O’Connell, North Carolina – 72 – 74 — 146 Chesson Hadley, Georgia Tech – 73 – 74 — 147 Adam Mitchell, Georgia – 71 – 77 — 148 Matt Hill, North Carolina State – 76 – 74 — 150 Andrew Landry, Arkansas – 76 – 74 — 150 Matthew Swan, Alabama – 76 – 74 — 150 Billy Horschel, Florida – 76 – 74 — 150 Tim Sluiter, USC – 78 – 73 — 151

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