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Clemson Third In Latest MasterCard Poll

March 21, 2001

PRINCETON, N.J. – Clemson is ranked third in the nation according to the latest MasterCard Collegiate Golf Rankings. The Tigers trail Georgia and Georgia Tech in the latest poll that is conducted by the College Golf Foundation and compiled by Golfstat in cooperation with the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) and National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA).

Clemson has been ranked in the top three of the nation in every poll this year. TCU if fourth, followed by Florida. South Carolina is sixth, followed by ACC rival NC State. Texas is eighth, followed by Southern Cal and Augusta State.

Clemson will compete in the Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate this Saturday and Sunday at Statesboro, GA. The Tigers are led by Lucas Glover and John Engler, a pair of senior All-Americans. Glover, who won the Puerto Rico Classic in February, is ranked second in the nation, while Engler is third. Engler has finished in the top five in the nation in five of his last six events.

Bryce Molder of Georgia Tech is ranks first in the nation.

Men’s Team Rankings – March 21, 2001 (Seventh Edition) 1 Georgia 2 Georgia Tech3 Clemson 4 TCU 5 Florida 6 South Carolina 7 North Carolina State 8 Texas 9 Southern California 10 Augusta State 11 Arizona State 12 Virginia Tech 13 Oklahoma 14 Louisiana State 15 Brigham Young 16 East Tennessee State 17 New Mexico 18 Minnesota 19 Duke 20 Northwestern

Men’s Individual Rankings – March 21, 2001 (Seventh Edition) 1 Bryce Molder – SR – Georgia Tech – 377.900 2 Lucas Glover – SR – Clemson University – 239.507 3 John Engler – SR – Clemson University – 225.650 4 Erik Compton – SO – Univ. of Georgia – 190.450 5 David Sanchez – SR – North Carolina State – 190.400 6 Kyle Thompson – SR – South Carolina – 187.438 7 Chris Wisler – SR – East Tennessee St. – 177.367 8 Jeff Quinney – SR – Arizona State Univ. – 176.003 9 Ryan Hybl – FR – Univ. of Georgia – 175.200 10 Luke Donald SR Northwestern -160.884 11 David Miller – JR – Univ. of Georgia – 153.950 12 Camilo Villegas – FR Univ. of Florida – 150.650 13 Jamie Elson – JR – Augusta State Univ. – 148.902 14 Adam Rubinson – SO – TCU – 140.740 15 Hunter Mahan – FR – Southern California – 139.910 35 D.J. Trahan – SO – Clemson University – 87.945

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