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Saturday April 16, 2005No. 6 Men's Golf in Second-Place After Day One of SEC Championships

Sea Island, Ga.

SEA ISLAND, Ga.--The sixth-ranked University of Florida men's golf team fired a 14-over par score of 294 to open the 2005 Southeastern Conference Men's Golf Championships at Sea Island Golf Club. Florida currently sits in second-place, trailing No. 17 Kentucky by four strokes.

Leading the Gators was junior Matt Every (Daytona Beach, Fla.) as he carded an opening round one-over par score of 71. Every's opening round effort placed him in a tie for fourth-place, just three shots off Georgia's Richard Scott who holds the individual lead at two-under par.

Junior James Vargas (Miami, Fla.) turned in an opening round two-over par score of 72 to sit in a tie for eighth-place.

By carding a five-over par score of 75, junior Brett Stegmaier (Madison, Conn.) closed out the opening round by tying for 21st-place.

The duo of junior Ryan Cochran (Paducah, Ky.) and redshirt senior Richard Treis (Baden-Baden, Germany) notched identical six-over par opening round scores of 76 to sit in a tie for 32nd-place.

The 2005 SEC Men's Golf Championships continue tomorrow through Sunday at the Sea Island Golf Club.

Team Results:
Place School First Round Score Even/Over Par

1. Kentucky 290 +10
2. Florida 294 +14
3. Alabama 295 +15
4. Auburn 296 +16
T5. South Carolina 298 +18
T5. Tennessee 298 +18
7. Georgia 302 +22
8. Mississippi State 303 +23
T9. Arkansas 305 +25
T9. LSU 305 +25
11. Vanderbilt 306 +26
12. Ole Miss 311 +31

Florida Results:
Place Name First Round Score Even/Over Par

T4. Matt Every 71 +1
T8. James Vargas 72 +2
T21. Brett Stegmaier 75 +5
T32. Ryan Cochran 76 +6
T32. Richard Treis 76 +6


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