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Oct. 26, 2009

WINDERMERE, Fla. – Not much changed for South Carolina on Monday in the second round of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational. The Gamecocks improved by one stroke from their round on Sunday, shooting 301 (+13), and remain tied for eighth place at 603 (+27) in a very strong field at Isleworth Golf & Country Club.

The Gamecocks got strong play from their experienced veterans on Monday. Senior George Bryan IV led the way with his second-straight round of 74 (+2), dropping just two spots in the standings to a tie for 18th place. He managed the par 72, 7,544-yard layout well, carding 14 pars on the day to go along with a birdie and three bogeys. The native of Chapin, S.C., stands at 4-over heading into Tuesday’s final round.

Sophomore Wesley Bryan remains the low Gamecock in the individual standings after a round of 75 (+3) on Monday. The younger Bryan brother carded three birdies on the day but countered that with six bogeys. He stays in a tie for ninth place at 2-over-par 146.

Senior Patrick Rada also shot 75 (+3) on Monday to move up five spots to a tie for 39th place. Rada made the turn at even par after a birdie and a bogey on the front nine. But he ran into trouble with three bogeys in his first five holes on the back. He would birdie the 15th but closed with a bogey at No. 18, the toughest hole on the course through two rounds.

Freshman Clint Tolleson shot 77 (+5) on Monday to get to 12-over for the tournament, and senior Paul Woodbury carded a 79 (+7). Both golfers showed improvement over their first-round scores.

Oklahoma State shot the best round of the day with a 289 (+1) and moved into the lead at 4-over-par 580, four strokes ahead of Florida at 584 (+13). First-day leader Stanford is third at 589 (+13). The Gamecocks are tied with Illinois for eighth place at 603 (+27), two strokes behind seventh-place Georgia and two strokes ahead of 10th-place Clemson.

Alabama sophomore Bud Cauley opened a two-shot lead with 70 (-2) on Monday; he stands at 5-under through 36 holes. Oklahoma State’s Peter Uihlein is second at 3-under with Stanford’s Steve Ziegler at 2-under.

The Gamecocks will be paired with Illinois and Georgia for Tuesday’s final round, which gets underway at 8 a.m. Live scoring is available through

T9. Wesley Bryan – 71-75=146 (+2)
T18. George Bryan IV – 74-74=148 (+4)
T39. Patrick Rada – 78-75=153 (+9)
T53. Clint Tolleson – 79-77=156 (+12)
T62. Paul Woodbury – 80-79=159 (+15)