September 19, 2002 - by

Florida State Men’s Golf Team In Eighth Place At Mason Rudolph Championship

Sept. 19, 2002




FRANKLIN, Tenn. –
Sophomore Matt Adcock is in a tie for 18th place and the Florida State men’s golf team is in eighth place after the first two rounds of the Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship at the Legends Club. Adcock shot a career-low 69 in Monday’s second round to lead the Seminoles who currently have four golfers placed in the top-40 of the individual standings. Florida State is looking for its second consecutive top-10 team finish.


Vanderbilt, the host school, placed three players in the top five led by senior Brandt Snedeker who shot a two-round total of seven-under par 133. The Commodores totaled 543 for the two rounds and hold an 11-stroke lead over the College of Charleston and a 13-stroke bulge over Alabama.


Adcock (Apopka, Fla.) blistered the course in the second round to shoot a one-under par 69. He was one of only 11 players (out of 65) to shoot below 70 in the second round. Adcock played well during both rounds Monday as he shot a three-over par 73 in the first round. He begins Tuesday’s third and final round in a tie for 18th place with a score of 142.


Rusty Mosley, competing in his first event for the Seminoles since the spring of 2001, finished the day with a three-over par total of 143. He shot a 71 in the first round and a 72 in the second round. Mosley hails from Vidalia, Ga.


Eric Beaty, a Seminole sophomore, and Tim Vickers, a junior, are tied for 32nd and 39th respectively heading into the third round.


Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship
Legends Club/Franklin, Tenn./Par 70 (individual results/2 of 3 rounds)

8/11 Florida State 290 287 577
T18 Matt Adcock 73 69 142
T23 Rusty Mosley 71 72 143
T32 Eric Beaty 73 72 145
T39 Tim Vickers 73 74 147
58 Gonzalo Ibarraran 75 77 152


Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship
Legends Club/Franklin, Tenn./Par 70 (team result/2 of 3 rounds)

1. Vanderbilt 543 7. Mississippi 574
2. College of Charleston 554 8. Florida State 577
3. Alabama 556 9. Rice 583
4. Georgia 560 10. Virginia 585
5. North Florida 568 Belmont 585
Mississippi State 568

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