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March 16, 2002

Tuscaloosa, Ala –
After firing 289 in the second round of play at the Conrad Rehling Invitational, the University of South Carolina men’s golf team remains in 11th place. Minnesota stands in first place, followed by host Alabama and Toledo.

Junior Johan Kok, firing a first round score of 80, blasted a second-round score of 69 to lead the Gamecocks’ today. Kok is currently tied for 40th with teammate Martin Rominger. Rominger posted a two-day total of 149.

Brent Delahoussaye is USC’s overall leader with a 19th place score of 145 (68-77). Alex Hamilton shot a one-over-par 72, to improve to 48th, while Matt Giffin stands in 66th.

South Carolina tees-off the final round of the Conrad Rehling Invitational on Sunday, March 17.