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Tulsa In Eighth Place After Two Rounds at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate

Senior Kevin Henry carded identical rounds of 71 today to complete the first day of competition at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate in 14th place.
Senior Kevin Henry carded identical rounds of 71 today to complete the first day of competition at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate in 14th place.
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Sept. 10, 2001

Kiawah Island, South Carolina - The Tulsa men's golf team opened the fall season today at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate. The Hurricane scored rounds of 296-284 for an eighth-place score of 580 following two rounds at the Osprey Point Golf Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.

Earlier in the day, Tulsa's first round eight-over par 296 put the Hurricane in 11th place, but on the second set of 18 holes the Hurricane scored a four-under par round of 284 and sit at four-over par 580 for the tournament.

Host College of Charleston scored rounds of 286-280 for a 10-under par 566, and leads a trio of teams tied for second place at three shots back. BYU, Alabama and August State each carded 36 hole totals of 569.

For the Hurricane, senior Kevin Henry scored identical rounds of 71 for a two-under par 142 total. He sits in 14th place overall. Sophomore Neil Trimm turned in the best round for the Hurricane with a three-under par 69 in the afternoon round, while fellow sophomore Chris Noel carded a second round 70. Trimm is in 27th place overall with a 145 total, while Noel completed the day in 31st place after carding a 146. Junior Billy Lowry is in 46th place with a 149 total, while redshirt freshman Aaron Bell carded a two round total of 150 in his first collegiate tournament.

The Hurricane is without its top two golfers, sophomores David Inglis and Logan Goettsch, from last year for this event.

Individually, Charleston Southern's David Ryles hit for rounds of 67-68 for a nine-under par 135 for a two-shot lead heading into Tuesday's final round.

The 54-hole tournament will conclude on Tuesday with 18 holes.