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Men's Golf Update


The USC Men's Golf Team is currently in eighth place at the NCAA Golf Championships in Williamsburg, VA.

Sophomore Tom Glissmeyer is tied for eighth after firing a second-round 1-under 69, again leading the No. 5 USC men's golf team as the Trojans reached the halfway point of the 2007 NCAA Championships final at the Golden Horseshoe G.C. in Williamsburg, Va., on Thursday (May 31).

USC combined for a second day 286 for a 36-hole, 15-over 575, tied for 22nd for the second day in a row. Stanford maintained its first-round lead and now stands at 7-under 553, one stroke ahead of second-place Minnesota. USC is five shots back of 15th-place Michigan State, which is of note because only the top 15 teams out of the 30-school field advance to the final round on Saturday.

The Trojans, who won the 2007 Pac-10 team title and tied for third at the NCAA West Regional, were never able to make an uphill push on the leaderboard during the second round after being one of the first teams to tee off on Thursday.

Jamie Lovemark had a tough back 9 but got it together on the front to shoot a 1-over. Rory Hie also shot a 1-over par for the day.

You can check out the team and individual standings here.