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Clemson Tied For First At San Juan Shootout

Clemson Tied For First At San Juan Shootout

Feb. 27, 2000

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Freshman D.J. Trahan fired a four-under-par 68 to pace Clemson to a 284 team score and a tie for first place after the first round of the San Juan Shootout in San Juan Puerto Rico. The event is being played at the Rio Mar Country Club.

Trahan’s 68 tied for second behind Bryce Molder of Georgia Tech, who fired a 67. Lucas Glover was Clemson’s second best player with a 71 and is tied for 11th. It was the 11th consecutive under par round for Glover, who had a 70.2 average for the fall schedule, an all-time Clemson record.

Jonathan Byrd, the only senior in the Clemson lineup, had an even par 72, while Jani Saari and John Engler shot 73s.

The 15-team field will continue play on Monday and Tuesday at the par 72 course that is 6945 yards in length.