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March 26, 2007

AWENDAW, S.C. — The South Carolina men’s golf team remains in the 10th place at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate after shooting 294 (+10) in the second round at Bulls Bay Golf Club Tuesday. Freshman George Bryan IV and sophomore Mark Silvers both fired a one-over par 72 to pace the Gamecock effort.

South Carolina owns a two-day score of 289-294=583 (+15). The Gamecocks are currently eight strokes out of the top five teams.

UCF holds the team and individual leads. The Golden Knightsare first among the 15-team field with a score of 270-288=558 while Greg Forest sits atop the individual leader board with a score of 66-67=133.

Bryan finished the day strong by playing his second nine holes one under par. He continues to be South Carolina’s top individual, currently residing in a tie for 12th with a two-day total of 69-72=141.

Silvers registered four birdies and jumped 11 spots in the standings Monday. He is tied for 29th with a score of 73-72=145 entering Tuesday’s final round.

Junior Mark Anderson holds a share of 42nd place through two rounds. Anderson posted a 76 today to bring his two-day total to 148. Sophomore Baker Elmore fired a 74 and sits one stroke behind Anderson and tied for 50th. Classmate Allen Koon carded a 76 to put him tied for 53rd with a two-day total of 151.

The Gamecocks will tee off beginning at 8:40 a.m. in Tuesday’s third and final round. Live scoring is available throughout the tournament at or by following the links from Carolina’s official site,

South Carolina Individuals (Through Two Rounds)
T12, George Bryan IV, 69-72=141 (-1)
T29, Mark Silvers, 73- 72=145 (+3)
T42, Mark Anderson, 72-76=148 (+6)
T50, Baker Elmore, 75-74=149 (+7)
T53, Allen Koon, 75-76=151 (+9)

Team Leader Board (Through Two Rounds)
1. UCF 558 (270-288)
2. Wake Forest 562 (283-279)
T3. Florida State 563 (274-289)
T3. Baylor 563 (283-280)
5. Coastal Carolina 575 (285-290)
6. LSU 576 (288-288)
7. Augusta State 578 (286-292)
8. Duke 579 (288-291)
9. North Carolina 580 (287-293)
10. South Carolina 583 (289-294)
T11. Kentucky 586 (301-285)
T11. College of Charleston 586 (291-295)
13. NC State 590 (297-293)
14. Vanderbilt 592 (292-300)
15. Arkansas 600 (307-293)