Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship
Day 1


Vanderbilt Sixth, Snedeker Third at Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship 3/18/03

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Vanderbilt men's golf team finished in sixth place with a score of 582 at the rain-shortened Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship, which is being played at the Palmetto Golf Club (Par 71, 6,380 yards) in Aiken, S.C. The tournament was limited to just 36 holes after Monday's second round was washed out by rain.

As a team, the Commodores shot a 14-over-par 582 in two rounds to finish sixth in the 15-team field. They shot a 10-over-par 294 in the first round, but then rebounded by firing a four-over-par 288 in the final 18 holes. Vanderbilt ended the event just eight shots out of second place and only 13 shots behind first-place College of Charleston.

Individually, senior Brandt Snedeker kept is Top-3 streak alive by finishing tied for third place with a two-under-par 140. Snedeker was tied for 18th after posting a two-over-par 73 in Monday's first round. However, he bounced back in the final round to card a four-under-par 67 in the second round. He has now finished in the Top-3 in all seven Vanderbilt tournaments this season.

Sophomore Mark Donnell, who was tied for second after the first round, dropped to a tie for sixth place with a one-under-par 141. The sixth place finish is Donnell's second-best performance of the season.

Next up for the Commodores was junior Ken Lewis, who finished tied for 30th with a five-over par 147. Sophomore Lance Goodson recorded a 12-over-par 154 to finish tied for 66th place. Rounding out the Vanderbilt squad was senior Craig Dunlap, who finished 77th with a 17-over-par 159.

Vanderbilt is back in action Monday and Tuesday when the Commodores take part in the University of Oregon Intercollegiate in Eugene, Ore.


1. College of Charleston 288-281=569 +1
2. South Carolina-Aiken 291-283=574 +6
3. South Carolina 293-282=575 +7
4. Kansas 291-286=577 +9
5. Texas-Arlington 291-287=578 +10
6. Vanderbilt 294-288=582 +14
7. Virginia Commonwealth 296-287=583 +15
8. Maryland 294-290=584 +16
9. Florida State 300-287=587 +19
10. Georgia State 305-284=589 +21
11. Furman 293-297=590 +22
12. South Florida 299-294=593 +25
13. Texas Tech 304-292=596 +28
14. Tulane 303-303=606 +38
15. Presbyterian College 304-308=612 +44

Vanderbilt's Individuals
T3 Brandt Snedeker 73-67=140 -2
T6 Mark Donnell 69-72=141 -1
T30 Ken Lewis 74-73=147 +5
T66 Lance Goodson 78-76=154 +12
77 Craig Dunlap 78-81=159 +17


Day 1

Vanderbilt Seventh, Donnell Second After Day 1 at Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Vanderbilt men's golf team is tied for seventh place after the rain-shortened first day at the Cleveland Golf Collegiate Championship in Aiken, S.C. After Monday's first round was completed, rain washed out the second round. The tournament, which is being played at the Palmetto Golf Club (Par 71, 6,380 yards), will conclude Tuesday with the final 18 holes, making it a 36-hole event.

As a team, the Commodores finished the first day tied for seventh in the 15-team field after shooting a 10-over-par 294. They are just three strokes out of second place and only six shots from the lead.

Individually, sophomore Mark Donnell carded a two-under-par 69 to finish the first day in second place. The round of 69 is his second-best round of the season and leaves him just one shot off the lead heading into the final round.

Second for Vanderbilt is senior Brandt Snedeker, who finished the first 18 holes tied for 18th with a two-over-par 73. He is followed closely by junior Ken Lewis, who posted a three-over-par 74 to finish tied for 25th place.

The final two Commodores were senior Craig Dunlap and sophomore Lance Goodson, who each finished the first round tied for 66th place with scores of seven-over-par 78.


1. College of Charleston 288 +4
2. Texas-Arlington 291 +7
Kansas 291 +7
South Carolina-Aiken 291 +7
5. Furman 293 +9
South Carolina 293 +9
7. Vanderbilt 294 +10
Maryland 294 +10
9. Virginia Commonwealth 296 +12
10. South Florida 299 +15
11. Florida State 300 +16
12. Tulane 303 +19
13. Texas Tech 304 +20
Presbyterian College 304 +20
15. Georgia State 305 +21

Vanderbilt's Individuals
2 Mark Donnell 69 -2
T18 Brandt Snedeker 73 +2
T25 Ken Lewis 74 +3
T66 Craig Dunlap 78 +7
T66 Lance Goodson 78 +7



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