ETSU men's golf tied for third at Tulane Invitational

Monday, February 10, 2003

NEW ORLEANS, La. (Feb. 10, 2003) - East Tennessee State senior James Johnson (Barbados) shot even-par (70-74=144) to tie for second place after two rounds of the Tulane Invitational Monday at the English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans, La. Johnson was joined at the top of the leaderboard by fellow Buccaneer Jeremy Hobson (Thonotosassa, Fla.), who carded rounds of 75 and 73 to tie for 8th with a four-over score of 148. The efforts of Johnson and Hobson helped put East Tennessee State's men's golf team in a tie for third place with a team score of 301-297=598. The Bucs are tied with Southern Mississippi and trail second-place Wake Forest (292-293=585) and first-place Southern Methodist (292-292=584). Wake Forest's Bill Haas, son of PGA Tour player Jay Haas, leads the event after carding a pair of sub-par scores in the first two rounds -- 69-68=137. Johnson and Tennessee's Ian Parnaby trail Haas by seven strokes. Other Buccaneer scores included freshman Derek McNamara (Galway, Ireland) with rounds of 76 and 75 to tie for 20th at 151, while sophomore Cennydd Mills (Cardiff, Wales) is tied for 30th at 80-75=155, and sophomore Marco Trejos (San Jose, Costa Rica) carded 81-79=160 to finish tied for 41st. The Tulane Invitational will wrap up with final round play Tuesday.
Tulane Invitational
English Turn Golf & CC   New Orleans, LA
Dates: 02/10 - 02/11  (Today:02-10-2003)
Par: 72
Yardage: 7078
 
 
Fin.  School                         Scores
1     SMU                    292-292=584        +8
2     Wake Forest Univ.      292-293=585        +9
3     Southern Mississippi   302-296=598       +22
      ETSU                   301-297=598       +22
5     Southeastern La. U.    301-298=599       +23
6     Tennessee, Univ. of    308-294=602       +26
7     South Carolina         301-308=609       +33
8     Tulane University      309-303=612       +36
9     New Orleans, U. of     322-301=623       +47

 
Individual Results
1   Bill Haas, Wk. Forest      69-68=137      -7
2   Ian Parnaby, Tennessee     72-72=144       E
    James Johnson, ETSU        70-74=144       E
4   David Skinns, Tennessee    74-71=145      +1
    Michael Soroka, So. Miss.  73-72=145      +1
    Nicholas Loar, SMU         71-74=145      +1
    Will Dodson, SMU           74-71=145      +1
8   Mark O'Sullivan, S.E. La.  77-71=148      +4
    Brock Mulder, SMU          74-74=148      +4
    Jeremy Hobson, ETSU        75-73=148      +4
    Kyle Reifers, Wk. Forest   75-73=148      +4
    Michael Schoen, S.E. La.   72-76=148      +4
 

ETSU individual scores
T   2    James Johnson            70-74=144
T   8    Jeremy Hobson            75-73=148
T  20    Derek Mcnamara           76-75=151
   30    Cennydd Mills            80-75=155
T  41    Marco Trejos             81-79=160
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