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Men's Golf Tied for 10th-Place at Mason Rudolph Championship

April 4, 2014

Franklin, Tenn. - The Southern Miss men's golf team is tied for 10th-place after one round of the Mason Rudolph Championship. The tournament is hosted by Vanderbilt and is being played at the par-71, 7,100 Vanderbilt Legends Club.

The Golden Eagles are 16-over par after shooting a 300. They are tied with Florida State, five shots behind Mercer and Ball State.

Senior Trent Hillis is tied for 15th-place at one-over par after carding a season-best 72. Junior Drew Kirby is tied for 19th-place at two-over par after posting a 73.

Sophomore Kevin Jorden opened with a six-over 77 to sit in a 54th-place tie. Senior Jared Smith shot a seven-over 78 to sit in a tie for 59th-place and senior Zach Estep is tied for 69th-place after shooting a nine-over par 80.

Top-ranked Alabama leads the tournament at three-under par, seven shots ahead of second-place Kennesaw State. The College of Charleston's Zach Munroe is four-under par, leading the individual tournament, two shots in front of second-place.

The second round begins at 8 a.m. CT with the Golden Eagles teeing off at 8:15 a.m. CT. Fans can follow all the action at

Mason Rudolph Championship
 Place Team/Individual Score
 T10 Southern Miss 300
 T15 Trent Hillis 72
 T19 Drew Kirby 73
 T54 Kevin Jorden 77
 T59 Jared Smith 78
 T69 Zach Estep 80

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