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Clemson Fifth Entering Final Round at US Collegiate

Clemson Fifth Entering Final Round at US Collegiate

Clemson, S.C.—Stephen Behr shot his second consecutive under par round to lead Clemson to a fifth place standing after 36 holes of the United States Collegiate at the Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta.  The 17 team field will finish the tournament on Sunday.  This is the fourth and final tournament of the fall for the 21st ranked Tigers.

Clemson has a two day total of 579, tied for fifth with eighth ranked Stanford.  WakeForest has the lead at 569, while Auburn is second at 570.  FloridaState is third at 572 and EastTennesseeState is fourth at 575.

The field includes seven of the top 10 teams in the nation and 12 of the top 25.  Clemson is ahead of second ranked OklahomaState,  seventh ranked Southern California, ninth ranked Oklahoma and 13th ranked Texas.

Behr stands in a tie for 11th place at 142 after two rounds thanks to consecutive rounds of 71.   Classmate Miller Capps is tied with Behr at 142 after rounds of 69-73. 

Carson Young shot his second consecutive round of 74 and is at 148 through two rounds and is tied with teammate Austin Langdale for 42nd place.  Langdale had a 75 on Saturday.

Cody Proveaux shot a 78 on Saturday and stands at 151 after two rounds.

The second best Clemson golfer on the day was Peter Mathison, who had an even par 72.  He shot four under par on the front nine.  He is playing the event as an individual and stands in 50th place after 36 holes.

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