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Oct. 27, 1997

Florida State in Sixth Place After Two Rounds

BATON ROUGE, LA--The Florida State men’s golf team is in sixth place
after the first two rounds of the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate
in Baton Rouge, LA. The Seminole team score of 590 is one stroke behind
the University of Oklahoma and six back of South Carolina.

The Seminoles are led by senior George McNeill. McNeill is currently
eight strokes out of the lead and tied for 10th with a 36-hole total of
145. Jason Pool used a second-round 73 to move into a tie for 25th at 148.
Barry Dyche two-round total of 149 has him tied for 32nd going into
tomorrow’s final round. Craig Cochran, playing in his first tournament of
the year, posted back-to-back rounds of 75 to finish the day tied for 38th.
Mark Monroe rounded out the scoring, standing in a tie for 43rd after a
second-round 73.

The University of Georgia has a commanding five stroke lead over the
University of Houston going into tomorrow’s final round. Jeremy Parrott of
Georgia and Bryce Molder of Georgia Tech are tied for the individual lead
with totals of 137.

The final round of the CC of Louisiana will take place tomorrow morning
at the Country Club of Louisiana.

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