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Oct. 25, 2010

By Wes Todd
Assistant Media Relations Director

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Junior Wesley Bryan shot a 1-over-par 73 to lead South Carolina in the second round of the U.S. Collegiate Championship on Monday at The Golf Club of Georgia. The Gamecocks remained in 14th place after posting a team score of 302 (+14), a three-shot improvement over the team’s first round.

Bryan, a native of Chapin, S.C., improved by four shots with his second-round 73 and stands at 6-over-par 150 through 36 holes of play. Starting on the 10th hole, Bryan had two bogey-birdie stretches on 14-15 and 17-18, keeping him at even par at the turn. He got to 1-under for the day with a birdie at No. 2, but was 1-over a hole later after double-bogeying the third. Bryan would finish with six straight pars to lead the Gamecocks on Monday as he moved up to a tie for 47th place.

Freshman Blaine Woodruff also posted a four-shot improvement over his opening round with a 2-over-par 74. Woodruff had a very steady round as he started with seven straight pars, then went bogey-birdie on 17 and 18 to make the turn at even par. He would remain even through 12 holes, but made bogeys at Nos. 4 and 6 to finish up a 2-over day.

Sophomore Dykes Harbin also showed a one-shot improvement, firing a 75 (+3) in Monday’s second round. Like Bryan and Woodruff, Harbin was even at the turn after a birdie on No. 10 and bogey at the 12th. He got back to 1-under with a birdie at No. 1 and was at even par through 16 holes. But a bogey-double bogey finish left him at 3-over for the day. Freshmen Caulder Moore and Logan Harrell struggled on the day with Moore shooting 80 (+8) and Harrell posting an 82 (+10).

Host Georgia Tech continues to lead the team standings at 556 (-20) with an 11-shot cushion over second-place Southern California (-9). Texas A&M is in third place at 570 (-6). Individually, Tech’s James White also kept the lead with a second-round 70 to get to 12-under for the week, six shots clear of Southern Cal’s Steve Lim (-6).

The start of Monday’s round was delayed by two hours because of thunderstorms in the Alpharetta area.

South Carolina will be paired with Clemson and Georgia State for Tuesday’s final round, which gets underway at 9:10 a.m. on the No. 1 tee. Live scoring is available via

T47. Wesley Bryan – 77-73=150 (+6)
T52. Dykes Harbin – 76-75=151 (+7)
T54. Blaine Woodruff – 78-74=152 (+8)
T71. Logan Harrell – 75-82=157 (+13)
T71. Caulder Moore – 77-80=157 (+13)