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Vols Finish Seventh at Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate
Andrew Pratt

Andrew Pratt

Oct. 30, 2001

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    BATON ROUGE, La.--The No. 2 ranked Tennessee men's golf team finished in seventh place at the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate. The Vols fired a 292-285-292--869.

    Freshman David Skinns recorded his third top ten finish in as many tournaments, with a seventh place finish. Skinns fired a 71-71-69--211 to finish 5-under par. Junior Andrew Pratt rebounded from two rounds of one over par to finish with a third round score of 70. Pratt's scores of 73-73-70--216 were good enough to tie him for 17th. Junior Ian Parnaby finished tied for 24th with scores of 74-69-75--218, while seniors Andrew Black and Jimmy White finished in 51st and 62nd respectively. Black fired a 74-72-78--224 and White had a 74-74-79--227.

    Graeme McDowell of UAB finished where he had left off after the first day, and won the tournament with scores of 70-66-68--204 (12-under par). McDowell beat out Lee Williams of Auburn by three strokes. Williams had a 65-71-71--207 (9-under par). Andy Smith of Southeastern Louisiana, Daniel Ozley of UAB and Andrew Medley of Ole Miss finished tied for third with scores of 208.

    UAB also claimed the team championship. The Blazers won the tournament with scores of 284-283-289--856 (8-under par). Auburn finished one stroke behind UAB with a 207, while Ole Miss finished in third with an 858. North Florida (859) and LSU (862) rounded out the top five teams competing.

    The Vols have now completed the fall portion of their schedule. They ended with a four tournament record of 44-12 (.786) and 15-6 (.714) in the SEC. During the fall, the Vols finished sixth at The Ridges Intercollegiate, second at the prestigious Carpet Capital Collegiate, came back from a seven stroke deficit to claim their second Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions title, and most recently finished seventh at the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate.

    Tennessee will open the spring portion of the schedule at the Rice Intercollegiate in Katy, Texas, on Feb. 11-12.

     

     

    TEAM RESULTS
    1.
    UAB 284-283-289--856
    2.
    Auburn 292-281-284--857
    3.
    Ole Miss 285-283-290--858
    4.
    North Florida 288-284-287--859
    5.
    LSU 296-279-287--862
    6.
    South Carolina 290-291-287--868
    7.
    TENNESSEE 292-285-292--869
    8.
    College of Charleston 291-292-288--871
    9.
    Tulsa 294-286-292--872
    10.
    Alabama 294-284-295--873
    Southeastern La. 289-286-298--873
    12.
    Arkansas 292-296-286--874
    13.
    Vanderbilt 301-295-296--892
    14.
    Florida State 303-307-307--917
    15.
    Mississippi State 321-309-312--942
    INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
    1.
    Graeme McDowell, UAB 70-66-68--204
    2.
    Lee Williams, Auburn 65-71-71--207
    3.
    Andy Smith, Southeastern La. 67-70-71--208
    Daniel Ozley, UAB 72-67-69--208
    Andrew Medley, Ole Miss 66-72-70--208
    6.
    Chris Noel, Tulsa 71-70-68--209
    VOL SCORES
    7th-t
    David Skinns 71-71-69--211
    17th-t
    Andrew Pratt 73-73-70--216
    24th-t
    Ian Parnaby 74-69-75--218
    51st-t
    Andrew Black 74-72-78--224
    62nd-t
    Jimmy White 74-74-79--227
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