Oklahoman Published: May 22, 2010
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Friday’s Results

Men

NCAA Southeast Regional

At Alpharetta, Ga.


Capital City Club-Crabapple Course

Second Round

Team Scoring

1. Clemson…283-278 — 561

2. Oklahoma State…282-282 — 564

3. Georgia Tech…287-286 — 573

T4. Brigham Young…289-287 — 576

T4. South Alabama…292-284 — 576

T6. Arkansas…296-282 — 578

T6. Arizona State…290-288 — 578

8. Georgia Southern…288-293 — 581

9. Wake Forest…292-291 — 583

T10. Mississippi…301-285 — 586

T10. Furman…292-294 — 586

12. Towson…308-282 — 590

13. Coastal Carolina…293-302 — 595

Top Individuals

137 — Robbie Fillmore, BYU, 68-69

138 — Peter Uihlein, OSU, 68-70; Jamie Marshall, Arkansas, 71-67; Logan Blondell, Georgia Southern, 69-69

140 — Crawford Reeves, Clemson, 72-68; Ben Martin, Clemson, 71-69; Morgan Hoffmann, OSU, 71-69; Scott Pinckney, ASU, 69-71; Jonathan Randolph, Mississippi, 68-72

Oklahoma State

142 — Trent Whitekiller, 71-71

144 — Kevin Tway, 72-72

146 — Sean Einhaus, 74-72

NCAA South Central Regional

At Bryan, Texas

Traditions Golf Club

Second Round

Team Scoring

1. Texas A&M…277-288 — 565

2. Texas Tech…282-284 — 566

3. TCU…277-291 — 568

4. Wichita State…283-290 — 573

5. Pepperdine…286-288 — 574

T6. North Florida…280-298 — 578

T6. Auburn…288-290 — 578

T8. Tulsa…292-288 — 580

T8. Baylor…291-289 — 580

10. Rice…299-284 — 583

Top Individuals

136 — Dustin Garza, Wichita State, 66-70; Ignacio Elvira, Texas A&M, 66-70

138 — Russell Henley, Georgia, 71-67; Johan de Beer, TCU, 71-67; Daniel Jennevrat, TCU, 66-72; Kevin Phelan, North Florida, 66-72

Tulsa

143 — Arie Fauzi, 71-72

145 — Rob Laird, 74-71

147 — Chris Worrell, 74-73

148 — Andre Tourinho, 73-75; Stephen Carney, 76-72

NCAA West Regional

At Bremerton, Wash.

Gold Mountain Golf Complex

Second Round

Oklahoma

151 — Ben Blundell, 75-76

NAIA Championship

At Silvis, Illinois

TPC at Deer Run

7,213 Yards; Par 71

Finals Results

Team Scoring

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