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Hog Golfers Finish in 10th Place at SEC Champi

Hog Golfers Finish in 10th Place at SEC Champi

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas golf squad moved up two spots in the final round on Sunday to finish in 10th place at the 2001 Southeastern Conference Golf Championships at Sea Island Golf Club in Sea Island, Ga. The Hogs shot a final round 303 and a combined team total 909 to move into 10th place for the weekend.
Senior All-American Craig Lile once again led the Razorbacks in the tournament shooting a final round 74 to shoot a tournament total of 219 and finishing in a tie for 21st. Lile has led the Razorback in all eleven tournaments that the Hogs have played in this season but this was the first time all season that he finished out of the top-20.
Redshirt freshman Adam Wing shot a final round 71 and finished in 35th place with a three day total 225. Next for the Hogs was sophomore Beau Galyean who shot an 80 on the last day to finish at 232 for the tournament and in 49th place. Sophomore Beau Galyean checked in with a 78 final round and finished in 51st with a 233. Freshman Adam Wing shot a final round 82 to finish in 59th place and at 244 for the three rounds.
Defending SEC champion and No. 1 ranked University of Georgia shot a final-round 282 to finish with a three-day total of 841 to win the SEC title. The Bulldogs’ 841 (275-284-282) was 16 shots better than second place Florida, who shot 286 on Sunday and finished with a three-day total of 857. Auburn shot a 287 on Sunday to finish in third with a total of 861.
The Bulldogs’ SEC title is the 24th in the program’s history – the most of any school – and it is their third crown in the past four seasons. Georgia’s 841 over 54 holes also sets a new SEC Championship record, previously held by Florida at 847 in 1993.
Leading the Bulldogs was the tournament’s individual medalist, junior Bryant Odom. Odom became the 14th Bulldog to capture SEC medalist honors, the last being Peter Persons in 1985. The junior from Cartersville, Ga., earned his first collegiate win as he carded a final-round even-par 70 to finish at 3-under 207.
Florida teammates Bubba Dickerson and Camilo Villegas tied for second, four shots back at 1-over 211. Odom’s 207 ties for the seventh best 54-hole score in SEC Championship history.
SEC-TV will air highlights of the conference tournament on Thursday at 7 p.m. ET.

2001 Southeastern Conference Men’s Golf Championship
Sea Island Golf Club – Seaside Course
April 22, 2001 [Day Three Scores – FINAL]

1. Georgia 275-284-282-841
2. Florida 285-286-286-857
3. Auburn 291-283-287-861
4. Alabama 294-286-289-869
5. Ole Miss 290-292-296-878
6. Tennessee 289-292-298-879
7. South Carolina 292-294-294-880
8. LSU 295-295-297-887
9. Vanderbilt 301-297-293-891
10. Arkansas 305-301-303-909
11. Miss. State 304-297-309-910
12. Kentucky 295-310-317-922

1. Bryant Odom, Georgia 67-70-70-207
2. Bubba Dickerson, Florida 71-73-67-211
Camilo Villegas, Florida 69-70-72-211
4. Nick Cassini, Georgia 73-70-69-212
5. Erik Compton, Georgia 70-76-67-213
6. Ernie Rose, South Carolina 70-70-74-214
Jay Mundy, Auburn 73-69-72-214
8. Will Swift, Auburn 72-70-73-215
9. Craig Taylor, LSU 73-75-68-216
Kyle Thompson, S. Carolina 73-71-72-216
Jan-Are Larsen, Alabama 75-69-72-216
12. J. J. Thompson, Ole Miss 73-71-73-217
Andrew Medley, Ole Miss 67-73-77-217
David Miller, Georgia 68-73-76-217
Lee Williams, Auburn 75-70-72-217
Camilo Benedetti, Florida 71-72-74-217
17. Ryan Grant, Vanderbilt 72-75-71-218
Phil Caravia, Ole Miss 73-75-70-218
Jason Powell, Tennessee 72-73-73-218
Ryan Hybl, Georgia 70-71-77-218
21. Wes Furnish, Kentucky 70-73-76-219
Craig Lile, Arkansas 74-71-74-219
Lars Brovold, Alabama 72-77-70-219
24. Alan Morgan, LSU 75-70-75-220
Mac Butler, Alabama 72-75-73-220
Kevin Haefner, Auburn 76-74-70-220
Nick Gilliam, Florida 74-73-73-220
28. Codie Mudd, Miss. State 73-74-74-221
29. Nick Rousey, Alabama 79-69-74-222
Andy Brimer, Tennessee 69-77-76-222
31. Brandon Skeen, Tennessee 77-73-73-223
Andrew Pratt, Tennessee 71-74-78-223
Jonathan Dismuke, Auburn 71-76-76-223
34. Wesley Pate, Alabama 75-73-76-224
35. Adam Wing, Arkansas 78-76-71-225
Jeffery Yeckes, Vanderbilt 78-74-73-225
Nathan Goulding, LSU 77-72-76-225
Ben Banks, Florida 79-71-75-225
39. John Bloomfield, S. Carolina 72-79-75-226
Ian Parnaby, Tennessee 78-72-76-226
Tommy Clement, Ole Miss 77-73-76-226
42. Andrew Saft, Miss. State 76-77-74-227
Jason Dallas, Vanderbilt 80-74-73-227
Brandt Snedeker, Vanderbilt 76-75-76-227
45. John Humphries, LSU 70-79-79-228
46. Johan Kok, South Carolina 81-75-73-229
John Pitt, Vanderbilt 75-74-80-229
48. Nash Elliott, South Carolina 77-78-75-230
49. T. J. Washburn, Miss. State 78-76-78-232
Beau Galyean, Arkansas 75-77-80-232
51. Drew Higginbothom, Ark. 78-77-78-233
John-Gordon Beckett, Kentucky 71-78-84-233
Garrett Prather, LSU 77-78-78-233
54. Pat Kelly, Kentucky 77-82-75-234
Jason McKenzie, Miss. State 81-70-83-234
Troy Muller, Ole Miss 77-77-80-234
57. Scott Shelton, Miss. State 77-78-83-238
Ryan Wilson, Kentucky 77-77-84-238
59. Kyle Vance, Arkansas 81-81-82-244
60. Andy Dustman, Kentucky 89-85-82-256

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