Junior Jeremy Alcorn is tied for 24th at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic.
Nov. 21, 2005
EL PASO, Texas - Baylor junior Jeremy Alcorn (Brownwood, Texas) is tied for 24th at 3-over par 145 at the 31st Annual Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic held at the 6,781-yard, par-71 El Paso Country Club.
Alcorn, who fired rounds of 73 and 72, is the first Baylor player to ever compete in the prestigious event, which consists entirely of 2005 all-Americans. Each participating school receives a $1,000 dollar scholarship.
Vanderbilt's Luke List leads the event at 10-under par, firing rounds of 67 and 65 for a total of 132. He leads by two strokes over Georgia's Chris Kirk (71-63=134) and three strokes over Oklahoma State's Pablo Martin (68-67=135).
Alcorn will tee off from No. 10 in the third and final round Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. The College All-America Golf Classic was ranked the No. 1 tournament in the country last year according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and several past participants have gone on to successful PGA Tour careers.
Past champions include: Ricky Barnes (2000), Notah Begay (1994), David Duval (1991), Matt Kuchar (1999), Davis Love III (1984), Jerry Pate (1974) and Tiger Woods (1995).