Oct. 6, 2001
Columbia, SC –
After two rounds of play at the Carpet Capital Collegiate in Dalton, Ga., the University of South Carolina stands in tenth place with a two-round score of 602.
Georgia Tech continues to dominate the 15-team field, blasting a two-day total of 562, 14-under-par. Tennessee is in second with 572, followed by Wake Forest (575).
With a score of 150, Nash Elliot and Martin Rominger leads the Gamecocks after the second day of competition. Elliot and Rominger are currently tied for 34th.
Brent Delahoussaye and Johan Kok, firing 151, are in 39th place. Closing out the USC squad is junior Scott Feaster in 61st.
The final round of competition takes place on Sunday, Oct. 7.
T34 Nash Elliot 77-73=150
T34 Martin Rominger 74-76=150
T39 Brent Delahoussaye 74-77=151
T39 Johan Kok 76-75=151
T61 Scott Feaster 80-77=157