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Sunday March 11, 2001Men's Golf Finishes Seventh in Las Vegas

Gainesville, FL

The eighth-ranked University of Florida men's golf team finished in seventh place with a score of 876 (+12) after the final round of the Las Vegas Intercollegiate at the Rio Secco Golf Course Sunday.

The Gators shot a first round total of 297 (+9) and continued to improve in each round following that. In the second round the Gators shot a 292 (+4) concluded the tournament shooting a 287 (-1) in the final round.

Individually, freshman Camilo Villegas (Medellin, Colombia/The Columbus School) led the Gators with a fourth place finish. After shooting a 75 (+3) in the first round, he came back strong to shoot a second round total of 70 (-2) and a third round total of 67 (-5). Villegas finished with a three-round total of 212 (-4). Sophomore Bubba Dickerson (Hilliard, Fla/ West Nassau) also played well for the Gators shooting a 75 (+3) the final to finish with a three-day total of 217 (+1) and tie for 12th place. Junior Camilo Benedetti (Medellin, Colombia/Instituto Jorge Robledo) shot a third round 70 (-2) to finish tied for 23rd and a three round stroke total of 219 (+3). Sophomore Jordan Code (Tampa, Fla./Home Education Program) stepped into the playing five to finish tied for 56th with a three round total of 229 (+13) and senior Nick Gilliam (Gainesville, Fla/Gainesville) finished 69th with a three round total of 232 (+16).

The UF golf team will return to the course March 24-25 at the Chris Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Ga. at the Forest Heights Country Club.

TEAM SCORES

1. Georgia Tech 292-279-273=844 (-20)

2. Georgia 300-288-280=868 (+4)

3. Clemson 293-287-289=869 (+5)

4. N. C. St. 299-287-285=871 (+7)

5. TCU 294-295-285=874 (+10)

6. Arizona State 307-282-286=875 (+11)

7. Florida 297-292-287=876 (+12)

8. Oklahoma State 300-286-292=878 (+14)

9. Houston 301-291-292=884 (+20)

10. South Carolina 312-293-283=888 (+24)

11. New Mexico 311-287-293=891 (+27)

12. UNLV 316-292-284=892 (+28)

13. Texas 310-290-296=896 (+32)

14. Minnesota 311-299-294=904 (+40)

15. Kent State 319-292-296=907 (+43)

TOP TEN INDIVIDUAL SCORES

Individual

1 Jeff Quinney Arizona State 69-67-67=203 (-13)

2 Troy Matteson Georgia Tech 72-72-66=210 (-6)

3 Erik Compton Georgia 73-69-69=211 (-5)

4 Camilo Villegas Florida 75-70-67=212 (-4)

Bryce Molder Georgia Tech 75-69-68=212 (-4)

6 John Mills Kent State 75-69-69=213 (-3)

Kris Mikkelsen Georgia Tech 74-69-70=213 (-3)

8 John Engler Clemson 70-72-72=214 (-2)

Adam Rubinson TCU 70-72-72=214 (-2)

Garth Mulroy N. C. St. 74-71-69=214 (-2)

Scott Landers UNLV 75-71-68=214 (-2)

 

 

GATOR SCORES

T16 Bubba Dickerson 70-72-75=217 (+1)

T4 Camilo Villegas 75-70-67=212 (-4)

T23 Camilo Benedetti 76-73-70=219 (+3)

T56 Jordan Code 76-77-76=229 (+13)

69 Nick Gilliam 77-80-75=232 (+16)

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