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April 14, 2007

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The University of South Carolina men’s golf team is in second place and freshman George Bryan IV shares the individual lead through the first round on Saturday at Robert Kepler Intercollegiate, played at the Ohio State Golf Club’s Scarlet Course (Par 71, 7,455 yards) in Columbus, Ohio. Play was suspended early into the second round on Saturday due to adverse weather conditions. An attempt to complete the second round and play the third and final round will be made on Sunday.

The Gamecocks opened with a team score of 294 (+10) to put them two strokes back of Louisville, who leads the 16-team field. Bryan was one-under par on the opening 18 holes, marking the sixth time in the last seven rounds he has shot even par or under.

Sophomore Florian Fritsch carded a two-over par 73, good for a tie for 10th through the first round, and junior Warren Thomas rounded out South Carolina’s top-15 contingent by firing a 74 to share 14th place.

Junior Mark Anderson opened with a 77 (+6) and sits in a tie for 27th. Sophomore Allen Koon shares 39th after posting a first-round 78 (+7).

Redshirt sophomore Patrick Cunning, who is playing as an individual, carded an 81 (+10) and sits in a tie for 64th.

South Carolina Scores (Through First Round)
T2 George Bryan IV 70
T10 Florian Fritsch 73
T14 Warren Thomas 74
T27 Mark Anderson 77
T39 Allen Koon 78

T64 Patrick Cunning 81 (playing as an individual)