ETSU men drop to 15th following second round play at Hall of Fame
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Saturday, March 20, 2004

HUMBLE, Texas (March 20, 2004) - The East Tennessee State men's golf team dropped a couple of spots to finish in 15th place after second round play Saturday in the Hall of Fame Invitational at the Redstone Golf Club.

The Bucs (294-304=598 +22) will enter final round play on Sunday 38 strokes back of first-place Arizona, which holds a one-stroke advantage over second-place Texas. Arizona's Chris Nallen has powered the Wildcats so far, firing two rounds of 66 to hold a decisive seven-stroke advantage on the individual leaderboard.

For ETSU, junior Jeremy Hobson (Thonotosassa, Fla.) fired an even-par 72 to move into a tie for 38th at 2-over par, along with Buccaneers' freshman Rhys Davies (Bridgend, Wales). As for the rest of the Bucs, sophomore Noel Kavanagh (Westport, Ireland) finished at 9-over, while junior Cennydd Mills (Cardiff, Wales) and sophomore Andrew Paduch (Johnson City, Tenn.) finished at 10-over-par after the second round.

ETSU will wrap up final round play in the Hall of Fame Invitational Sunday.

Hall of Fame Invitational
Redstone Golf Club
Humble, TX
Dates: Mar 19 - Mar 21
 
Team Results
1. Arizona 277-283=560 (-16)
2. Texas 283-278=561 (-15)
3. Oklahoma State 289-278=567 (-9)
T4. New Mexico 290-280=570 (-6)
T4. Oklahoma 286-284=570 (-6)
6. England 288-285=573 (-3)
T7. TCU 283-291=574 (-2)
T7. Texas A&M 283-291=574 (-2)
9. Arizona State 288-287=575 (-1)
10. Arkansas 283-294=577 (+1)
11. UNLV 287-294=581 (+5)
12. Minnesota 295-288=583 (+7)
13. Francis Marion 288-298=586 (+10)
14. Rice 299-291=590 (+14)
15. ETSU 294-304=598 (+22)
16. Houston 304-295=599 (+23)
17. Sweden 303-301=604 (+28)
18. Averett 329-324=653 (+77)
 
Individual Results
1 Chris Nallen, Arizona 66-66=132 -12
T2 Jeff Bell, Texas 71-68=139 -5
T2 Jason Hartwick, Texas 74-65=139 -5
T2 Adam Meyer, TCU 68-71=139 -5
T2 Alex Noren, Okla. State 71 68-68=139 -5
T2 Casey Wittenberg, Okla. State 72-67=139 -5
 
ETSU Results
T38 Jeremy Hobson 74-72=146
T38 Rhys Davies 73-73=146
T76 Noel Kavanagh 74-79=153
T78 Cennydd Mills 74-80=154
T78 Andrew Paduch 73-81=154
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