Men's Golf
    USC Opens Huge Lead At CordeValle Collegiate
    Tim Sluiter leads the CordeValle Collegiate after two rounds.
    Tim Sluiter leads the CordeValle Collegiate after two rounds.

    Nov. 4, 2008

    Results at Golfstat.com.

    Filling the top three positions on the individual leader board, the No. 2 USC men's golf team took a commanding second round lead at the UCLA-hosted 2008 CordeValle Collegiate at the CordeValle C.C. in San Martin, Calif., on Tuesday (Nov. 4).

    In a tournament in which six players play and five are counted, the Trojans finished the second round at a combined 1-under 719 (357-362), a daunting 18 strokes ahead of second-place Stanford (738). Washington is third (739) and Charlotte is fourth (746).

    Sophomore Tim Sluiter is in first at 4-under 140 (70-70), sophomore Matt Giles is in second at 3-under 141 (69-72) and junior Jamie Lovemark is tied for third at 2-under 142 (70-72). Senior Tom Glissmeyer is tied for 10th at 1-over 145 (74-77) and senior Ryan Linton is tied for 49th at 10-over 154 (74-80).

    Playing individually, redshirt freshman Bo DeHuff is tied for 56th at 12-over 156 (76-80).

    Among USC's Tuesday highlights was a Jamie Lovemark eagle on the par 5 15th hole. Glissmeyer and Sluiter had four birdies each during their rounds while Giles had two birdies against two bogeys.

    Play concludes Wednesday (Nov. 5).