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March 15, 2002

Tuscaloosa, Ala. –
After the first round of action at the Conrad Rehling Invitational, the University of South Carolina men’s golf team stands in 11th place. The University of Minnesota is on top of the leaderboard with a score of 282. University of Toledo is in second, while host Alabama is third.

Leading the Gamecocks is sophomore Brent Delahoussaye who blasted a first round score of 68. Delahoussaye, one stoke of the leader, is currently tied for third. Purdue’s Lee Williams and UAB’s J.J. Beckstrom are tied for first.

Martin Rominger is tied for 30th after firing a four-over par score of 75. Alex Hamilton shot 79 to place 56th. Rounding out the Gamecocks’ five-man squad is junior Johan Kok (80) and sophomore Matt Giffin (83).

The second round of action is slated for 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 16.

Team Results
1. Minnesota 282
2. Toledo 287
T3. Alabama 291
T3. Louisiana 291
5. Purdue 293
6. Michigan State 294
T7. UAB 295
T7. Mississippi 295
9. Kentucky
10. Coll. of Charleston 300
12. Miami (OH) 303
13. Illinois 304
14. Vadnerbilt 310