The University of Tennessee men's golf team is currently leading the team

competition of the Gary Kock/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate in Tampa, Fla.

The Vols posted the lowest round of the tournament, a 286, at the

challenging Old Memorial Golf Course to take the first place position after

day one. The linksters have a two-stroke lead over nationally ranked North

Florida.

Sophomore Andrew Black is currently leading the Orange and White with

rounds of 76-69-145, to tie for sixth after 36 holes. Black has shot rounds

of 69 or better in every tournament this Fall. Senior Derrick Centers and

junior Andy Brimer are currently tied for eighth after posting marks of

146. Freshman linkster Clemons Conrad-Prader is following closely with a

147 to place him tied for 14th.

North Florida (586), Auburn (587), Georgia State (588) and Ole Miss (594)

round out the top five teams of the tournament to insure tight competition

with scores of 70-69-139, Auburn's Roland Thatcher and Georgia State's Jack

Croyle hold a tie for second after posting marks of 142, to round out the

top three individuals.

The Vols also played Tuesday, but the results were not available.