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MGA Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, October 25 2010

76 in 2nd Round Drops Hoge to 12th

 

ISLEWORTH, Fla. -- The sixth hole at Isleworth Country Club probably isn't Tom Hoge's favorite. He bogeyed it on Sunday in the first round of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, and on Monday in the second round he made a double bogey at the 411-yard par-4.

That, plus bogeys at two other par-4's on the front nine (both of them over 460 yards), sent the TCU senior from Fargo on the way to a 76 and cost him 10 places in the individual standings.

Hoge, who has won each of the last two Minnesota State Amateur championships, is now tied for 12th place with a 36-hole total of 146.

Robin Wingardh of Tennessee was the only player to break 70 on the 7,544-yard layout. His 68 put him at 139, and he has a two-stroke lead over Stanford's Andrew Yun (71-70--141).

Alabama took over first place in the team competition with a 292, the best score of the day. The Crimson Tide are at 583 for two days and lead by four going into Wednesday's final round. Stanford and LSU are joint tennants in second place at 587.

TCU is two behind them in fourth.    

 

MEN'S COLLEGE GOLF

Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

At Isleworth Country Club

Par 72, 7,544 yards

Isleworth, Fla.

Second-round results

1. Alabama                         291-292--583

T2. LSU                             293-294--587

T2. Stanford                      290-297--587

4.  TCU                             290-299--589

T5. Florida                        305-290--595

T5. Oklahoma State         298-297--595

7. Texas Tech                  297-300--597

8. Vanderbilt                     298-302--600

9. UCF                              307-294--601

10. Tennessee                 309-294--603

11. Georgia                       304-301--605

T12. Ohio State                299-307--606

T12. Texas                       309-297--606

14. SMU                           301-307--608

15. Arizona                       302-315--617

Individuals

1. Robin Windgardh, Tennessee     71-68--139

2. Andrew Yun, Stanford                  71-70--141

3. Morgan Hoffman, Okla. State      71-71--142

T12. Tom Hoge, TCU                    70-76--146


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