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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team stood third after a windy opening round Sunday in the East Bay Deli Classic on Kiawah Island, S.C. The Mocs turned in a 21-over-par 309 on Turtle Point at Kiawah Island Resort, behind only Tennessee (298) and Rutgers (304) and just ahead of High Point (311) and Jacksonville State (312). UTC senior Andrew Weathers was tied for third after a 1-over 73, a shot behind co-leaders Adam Gray of Rutgers and Art Griffin of Charleston Southern. Etienne Brault (76), Lake Johnson (79) and Phillip Hickam (81) also scored for UTC.

' Calhoun's Cres Dodd helped Cartersville Country Club repeat as champion in the Georgia State Golf Association's Georgia Team Challenge at The Georgia Club in Statham. CCC's four-man team finished at 5-under 355, three shots ahead of Atlanta Athletic Club. Dalton Golf & Country Club was ninth, nine shots out of the lead.

Tennis

' Chattanooga's Wesley Cash is part of the U.S. men's 60-over team in the World ITF Team Competition in Miami, where inclement weather led to a late start Sunday. While the Americans' Nos. 1 and 2 singles players won multiple matches but lost, Cash's doubles match was pushed back to today.

Running

' Sewanee's Owen Legrone was eighth out of 81 runners Saturday in the men's 8-kilometer race at the Southern Athletic Association cross country meet in Hampton, Ga. His 27:34.50 finish earned him a place on the all-conference second team, and the Tigers were fifth in the team standings with Ben Murray 23rd, Bram Atkins 31st and Jack Barganier 32nd. Sewanee was sixth in the women's 6k with Tricia Murphy 24th, Elizabeth Haberstroh 32nd, Ann Chapman-Haynes 33rd and Sarah Carlton 36th.

Swimming & Diving

' The Sewanee swimming and diving teams finished second to Emmanuel College out of seven teams in both cases Saturday in the 17th annual Sewanee Invitational. For the Sewanee women, Noel Whitlock, Paisley Simmons and Jessi Zahn swept the top three places in 1- and 3-meter diving (Whitlock and Simmons tied for first in 1-meter), Kate del Balzo won the 200-yard butterfly and was fourth in the 100 fly and 500 freestyle, Meghan Mulhern was second in the 500 free and third in the 1650 free, Abby Rapuano was fourth out of 29 in the 50 backstroke and Olivia Baker was third in the 50 breaststroke and the 100 individual medley and fourth in the 100 and 200 breast. Rapuano was on all three of the second-place relay teams, and del Balzo, Baker and Mulhern each was on two. King's Jess Vargo from Chattanooga was second in the 200 IM, fourth in the 100 back and sixth in the 100 IM. For the Sewanee men, Lee Haber won the 200 breast and was second in the 1650 free, third in the 100 IM and fourth in the 200 free and 400 IM; James Hoyt was second in the 200 fly, third in the 100 fly and fourth in the 500 free and 1650 free; Carl Failing was third in the 100 back and 200 IM and fourth in the 50 back and 50 fly (out of 27); Kipling Klimas was third in the 100 and 200 breast and fourth in the 50 breast; and Jed Henrichsen won both diving events.

Field Hockey

' Sewanee closed its regular season with a 4-0 loss to Transylvania in Lexington, Ky. Katya Waters made 12 saves for the Tigers (7-7, 3-3 SAA). Transylvania (7-10, 3-3) now turn their attention to the league tournament, which starts Friday.

Baseball

' The Lee University baseball program will help kick off homecoming weekend Friday afternoon at the Cleveland, Tenn., school with its annual alumni game and home run derby. The derby is set to begin at 2 p.m., with the game at 3 at Olympic Field. Lee was a fixture in the NAIA World Series before moving up to NCAA Division II, and a number of former Flames went on to professional baseball. Lee is selling game-worn old jerseys; some of those will be on sale Friday, or they can be ordered through coach Mark Brew at mbrew@leeuniversity.edu or 423-614-8638.

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