March 24, 2001 - by
Mosley Leads Seminole Men’s Golf Team At Alabama Invitational

March 24, 2001




TUSCALOOSA, Al. –
Freshman Rusty Mosley shot a career-low tying 73 in the second round and is in a tie for 12th place in the individual standings of the Conrad Rehling/University of Alabama Invitational heading into Sunday’s final round. Mosley’s strong round has allowed the Seminoles to maintain their 10th place team standing in the event which is being played at the `Ol Colony Golf Course.


Mosley (Vidalia, Ga.) has fashioned a four-over par 148 during the first two rounds of the tournament. He shot a 75 in Friday’s first round and is well within striking distance of the leaders. Mosley will begin play on Sunday only four strokes form the top five and only eight strokes behind the current leader, Graeme McDowell of Alabama-Birmingham. His previous best collegiate finish is a tie for 23rd at the Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions in October of 2000.


Andy Lewis (Garland, Texas) who entered the Alabama Invitational as the Seminoles’ lowest scoring golfer, is tied for 29th in the individual standings with a seven-over par 151 score. Lewis shot a two-over par 74 in the first round of the tournament. Junior Rick Westbrook (Alto, Ga.) is tied for 42nd place with a 10-over par 154 score.


The final round of the tournament on the par-72, 7,041-yard course is set to begin Sunday at 8:30 a.m.


Conrad Rehling/University of Alabama Invitational
`Ol Colony Golf Course/March 23-24 (Florida State 2nd Round Individual Results)


10. Team 306 300 606 +30
T12. Rusty Mosley 75 73 148 +4
T29. Andy Lewis 74 77 151 +7
T42. Rick Westbrook 77 77 154 +10
T45. Mark Donaldson 80 75 155 +11
T52. Kris Hannah 82 75 157 +13


Conrad Rehling/University of Alabama Invitational
`Ol Colony Golf Course/March 23-24 (Team Results – 1st Round)
1. Charleston 585 +9
2. Southeastern Louisiana 592 +16
3. Georgia State 593 +17
T4. Alabama-Birmingham 596 +20
Vanderbilt 596 +20
T6. Mississippi 599 +23
Alabama 599 +23
8. South Florida 602 +26
9. Central Florida 604 +28
10. Florida State 606 +30
11. Memphis 614 +38
12. South Alabama 620 +44
13. Troy State 623 +47
14. Mississippi State 626 +50
15. Middle Tennessee State 641 +65

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