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Trojans Start Strong at Cleveland Classic

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College CentralWESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- The No. 22 USC men's golf team shot 283 in the first round on Monday to move into the lead after round one at the 27th annual Cleveland Golf Collegiate Classic held at North Ranch Country Club.
The second round was suspended due to darkness. Teams that did not complete that round will finish it on Tuesday morning at 7:30 AM(PT), with round three beginning at 8:30 AM(PT).
With scoring for the second round still incomplete, USC led second-place Texas by four strokes and third-place BYU by six strokes. TCU was fourth and Alabama fifth. The Trojans are looking for their second Cleveland Golf Collegiate Classic title in the last three years.
Matthew Rosenfeld of Texas sits atop the leader board after shooting 7 under, but USC senior Scott Oxandaboure is right on his heels at 4 under, along with Peter Tomasulo of California. Lars Brovold of Alabama, Brad Simpson of Oregon State and Adam Meyer of TCU are tied for fourth at 2 under.
Also for the Trojans, sophomore Taylor Wood is tied for 11th at even par, junior Ben Hayes is tied for 13th at 1 over, junior Nico Bollini is tied for 19th at 2 over and freshman Joshua Wooding is tied for 44th at 7 over.
USC has three individuals competing: sophomore Tyler Ley is tied for 24th at 3 over, sophomore Bradley Shaw is tied for 44th at 7 over and sophomore Gordon Fraser is tied for 70th at 12 over.