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Setting a career-low single-round score by three shots, Miller fired a 2-under 70 on the day, chopping nine strokes off her first-round tally of 79. The Tech veteran unloaded five birdies during the day, jumping into fifth place overall with just 18 holes to play. Through two rounds she owned a 149 (79-70).

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Playing as an individual, sophomore Hannah Bratton flipped the script after a tough first round. She finished the day tied for 27th after turning in a 169 (94-75) and erasing a whopping 19 strokes off her first-round tally.

Host Jacksonville State continued to lead the event with a score of 603 (301-302) behind the efforts from the tournament's individual leader, Paula Vega. She finished round two at 142 (69-73) overall, leading the competition by four strokes.

May 18, 2007ALPHARETTA, Ga. - Matt Schall led Maryland with a 4-over-par 76, while sophomore transfer Chris Gold was in contention for an individual berth to the NCAA Championships in Friday's second round of the 2007 NCAA East Regional Men's Golf Tournament.The event is being hosted by Georgia Tech at the Golf Club of Georgia's Lakeside Course.Gold was tied for 20th individually after 36 holes with a 146 total after he shot a 77 on Friday. With Maryland teeing off on the 10th hole Friday, Gold went 1-over over his final 11 holes to stay in the hunt for an individual berth to the nationals, which will be held May 30 to June 2 in Williamsburg, Va.The top 10 teams and two players not on qualifying teams advance to nationals. In those spots heading into the final round are Brian Rozier of Jacksonville State, who was tied for fifth at 143, and Robert Rohanna of Penn State, who was tied for 11th at 145. Rozier and Gold will be in the same threesome in Saturday's final round.Schall had the best round of the day for the Terrapins with his 76 on Friday. He went 1-under over the final 12 holes in his round, including three birdies in that stretch. Schall, a senior who is one of only two Terps ever to appear in four NCAA postseason events, was tied for 56th overall with a 150 total.Also for Maryland, Skip Clasper had a 78 for a 152 total and was tied for 71st, Tyler Witman posted a 157 total for a tie for 108th after a 79 on Friday and J.J. Occi was tied for 135th with a 165 total.Maryland had a 310 team score on Friday and fell to a tie for 17th with Chattanooga with a 605 total. The Terrapins are 13 strokes out of a qualifying spot in the team standings. Currently, Florida State and Clemson are tied for ninth at 592, with Central Florida and Georgia State one stroke back.Georgia leads the team standings at 574, with Florida in second at 575 and Auburn three strokes back after posting the best team score of the day with a 284.Individually, Cameron Tringale of Georgia Tech continued to top the leader board, using his 70 on Friday to post a two-round total of 7-under-par 137. Georgia's Brendon Todd was in second two strokes behind, while Chris Kirk of Georgia and Billy Horschel of Florida were tied for third at 142.Maryland will begin Saturday's final round at 12:12 p.m. and will tee off on the first hole. The Terrapins will be paired with Chattanooga and Jacksonville State.TEAM STANDINGS1 Georgia 286 288 574 -22 Florida 290 285 575 -13 Auburn 293 284 577 +14 Georgia Tech 284 294 578 +25 Duke University 288 293 581 +56 Charlotte 296 291 587 +117 Coastal Carolina 300 290 590 +148 North Carolina 305 286 591 +15T9 Florida State Univ. 300 292 592 +16T9 Clemson 293 299 592 +16T11 UCF 299 294 593 +17T11 Georgia State Univ. 289 304 593 +1713 Virginia Tech 304 292 596 +2014 Penn State U. 297 304 601 +2515 UAB 303 299 602 +2616 Jacksonville St. 303 301 604 +28T17 Tennessee-Chattanooga 299 306 605 +29T17 Maryland, U. of 295 310 605 +2919 Mississippi, U. of 309 297 606 +3020 Eastern Michigan U. 300 309 609 +3321 Old Dominion Univ. 314 301 615 +3922 St. John's Univ. 316 302 618 +4223 Louisiana-LaFayette 309 319 628 +5224 Rhode Island, U. of 321 309 630 +5425 Boston College 315 316 631 +55T26 Hartford, U. of 321 315 636 +60T26 Longwood University 309 327 636 +60MARYLAND SCOREST20. Chris Gold 69-77--146; T56. Matt Schall 74-76--150; T71. Skip Clasper 74-78--152; T108. Tyler Witman 78-79--157; T135. J.J. Occi 79-86--165.Print Friendly Version Players Mentioned Skip Clasper Sophomore J.J. Occi Freshman Matt Schall Sophomore Tyler Witman Sophomore Chris Gold 5' 11" Sophomore Players Mentioned Skip Clasper Sophomore J.J. 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WINDERMERE, Fla. ( - No. 5 Georgia conquered the Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational presented by Ruth's Chris Steak House once again, winning by 21 strokes over second-place No. 29 Clemson Tuesday. It was the Bulldogs' third win in the four-year history of the event at the Isleworth Golf & Country Club, and it also was largest margin of victory recorded during the three-day tournament.

Individual medalist honors were decided in a highly-contested dual between Georgia's Harris English and Southern California's Jamie Lovemark. With English up a stroke with just a few holes to play, he put away the title with birdies on No. 16 and No. 17, defeating Lovemark by three strokes.

English's 56-hole total of 205 (-11) was four strokes better than former Bulldog Chris Kirk and former Oklahoma State Cowboy Pablo Martin, who both shot a 209 (-7) in 2005. Meanwhile, English's six-under 66 in the final round tied the Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational single-day mark, which was set by OSU's Rickie Fowler and Wake Forest's Dustin Groves' Monday. 041b061a72

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