Sept. 28, 2002
ROCKY FACE, Ga.--The Tennessee
men's golf team slipped to 16th place after the second round of the Carpet Capital
Collegiate. The Vols fired a 296 to go with their first round score of 295 for
a total of 591.
Senior Ian Parnaby continues to lead the way for UT. Parnaby fired a 74 during the second round which, coupled with his first round score of 71, gave him a 145 to tie for 24th.
Robinson is tied for 43rd with a scorecard of 72-76--148.
Sophomore David Skinns completed his second round with a score of 73 to complement yesterday's 76 for a 149 total to tie him for 49th.
Sophomore John-Scott Rattan finished the day tied for 72nd with a 152 and freshman Lawrence Dodd is in 77th with a 153.
Bill Haas of Wake Forest and Troy Matteson of Georgia Tech are tied for first. Both have scores of 136. Camilo Villegas of Florida and Oliver Wilson of Augusta State are tied for third with scores of 138 and Jason Hartwick of Texas and James Vargas of Florida are tied for fifth with scores of 139 to round out the top individual competitors.
Florida, ranked third in the nation, continues to lead the tournament. The Gators have a 278-284--562 (14-under par) to lead by seven strokes over second-ranked Clemson (569). Rounding out the top teams are No. 20 UNLV (572), No. 16 Augusta State (575) and No. 9 Southern California (579).
The 16th-ranked Vols will be in action again on Sunday with the final round of the tournament.