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Saturday May 21, 2005No. 7 Men's Golf Advances to the 2005 NCAA Golf Championships

Nashville, Tenn.

The No. 7 University of Florida menís golf team fired a four-over par final round score of 288 at 2005 NCAA East Regional Golf Tournament to tie for fourth-place and advance into NCAA Championship play for the 21st time in the last 22 years.

Making their move in the second-round by firing a tournament-best 14-under par score at The Golf Club of Tennessee, the Gators solidified their fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Championships. Floridaís seven-under par total of 845 was the best three-round tournament score by the Gators this season and was their second-best team performance in relation to par.

Leading the way for the Gators was junior Matt Every (Daytona Beach, Fla.) as he fired a three-under par score of 69 to give him a career-best three-round tournament total of 203. Everyís 10-under par effort was the second-best tournament performance in relation to par of his UF career.

Junior James Vargas (Miami, Fla.) closed out the three-day competition by carding a three-over par score of 75, to give him a two-under par tournament total of 211. The three-round total of 211 is the second-best tournament performance of Vargasí career.

Finishing the tournament strong, junior Brett Stegmaier (Madison, Conn.) fired a three-under par score of 69 to close out the event with an even par score of 213.

Redshirt senior Richard Treis (Baden-Baden, Germany) carded rounds of 74-70-75=219 to finish the three-day event at six-over par.

Redshirt senior Duke Butler IV (Ponte Vedra, Fla.) shot rounds of 73-74-81=228 to wrap-up the three-round tournament at 15-over par.

The seventh-ranked Gators will have some time off before traveling to the 2005 NCAA Championships at the Caves Valley Country Club in Baltimore, Md. On May 31-June 3.

Team Results:

Place

Team

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Total

Relation to Par

1.

Wake Forest

271

283

281

835

-17

2.

Tennessee

282

276

279

837

-15

3.

Georgia

275

283

285

843

-9

T4.

Florida

287

270

288

845

-7

T4.

Georgia State

279

291

275

845

-7

T6.

Alabama

280

287

280

847

-5

T6.

Georgia Tech

285

283

279

847

-5

T8.

Coastal Carolina

284

289

276

849

-3

T8.

Duke

287

272

290

849

-3

10.

Georgia Southern

281

288

281

850

-2

11.

Clemson

285

287

280

852

E

12.

Virginia

290

284

279

853

+1

13.

E. Tenn. State

281

285

289

855

+3

14.

North Carolina

276

298

286

860

+8

15.

Louisville

285

282

299

866

+14

16.

UCF

278

302

289

869

+17

17.

Charlotte

291

289

292

872

+20

T18.

Towson

293

294

288

875

+23

T18.

Indiana

294

292

289

875

+23

20.

Penn State

293

299

293

885

+33

21.

Maryland

304

291

293

888

+36

22.

UNC-Wilmington

298

304

294

896

+44

23.

Vanderbilt

301

294

303

898

+46

24.

Army

298

306

300

904

+52

25.

Rutgers

306

290

310

906

+54

26.

Rhode Island

309

316

303

928

+76

27.

Boston College

318

315

299

932

+80

Florida Results:

Place

Player

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Total

Relation to Par

T3.

Matt Every

71

63

69

203

-10

T21.

James Vargas

71

65

75

211

-2

T33.

Brett Stegmaier

72

72

69

213

E

T68.

Richard Treis

74

70

75

219

+6

T108.

Duke Butler IV

73

74

81

228

+15

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