Oakmont Country Club
Corinth, Texas
July 29-August 2, 2002

Score of 149 and fewer make the cut, 76 players remain

CORINTH, Texas - Craig Leslie of Spokane, Wash., benefited from an early morning tee time and calm weather conditions en route to carding a 1-under-par 71 during the second round of the EDS Boys Junior Championship. He leads the field, which was cut from 152 players to 76, by one stroke entering the third round.

The 72-hole tournament, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 152 players representing 23 states, Singapore, New Zealand and Canada, and includes 41 Texas natives. It is being held at the par-72 Oakmont Country Club. Past champions of the event include Jim Furyk (1987), David Duval (1989), Tiger Woods (1992), Ty Tryon (1999) and Matthew Rosenfeld (2001).

Leslie, who was in a three-way tie for the lead after the opening round, maintained his position with steady play and a level head. The 17-year-old got off to a rough start with bogeys on his first two holes but did not panic and quickly got things rolling his way.

"I just wanted to make the cut," Leslie said. "It took me a few holes to warm up, but then I started hitting greens and making pars."

Leslie, who started his round on No. 10, did more than make pars. On the 432-yard, par-4 18th, he landed his second shot, a 220-yard 6-iron on the green and then drained the birdie putt to put an end to back-to-back bogeys.

"That hole set the tone for the back side," Leslie said, who didn't card a score worse than par for the remainder of the round.

Leslie (67-71-138) reached the uphill par-5 No. 3 in two setting him up for a 17-foot eagle putt. He slammed it home and then parred out his remaining holes to remain in the lead.

One stroke behind Leslie, with two-day totals of 139, are Seung Su Han of Chino Hills, Calif., Adam Cohan of Wayne, Pa., and Zack Miller of San Rafael, Calif.

Han, who won the AJGA Chrysler Boys Invitational earlier this year, had four birdies but said he was disappointed with his putting.

"The greens were better today, but I couldn't putt," Han said. "I didn't make anything long."

Cohan said he too was disappointed in missing some par putts, but was pleased overall with his score and position.

"The greens firmed up today," Cohan said. "Fortunately I made enough birdies out there to make up for my mistakes."

Miller was tied with Leslie for the lead after the first round but fell one back after an even-par round of 72.

"Today was just different," Miller said. "I used a lot of 3-woods off the tee to keep the ball in the fairway and out of the rough. On this course you can get away with a lot of 3-woods off the tee."

Third-round action begins off the No. 1 and 10 tees with tee times from 8-9:45 a.m.

For more information regarding the EDS Boys Junior Championship, please contact AJGA headquarters at (678) 617-2421.

CORINTH, Texas - Second Round results from the EDS BOYS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Oakmont Country Club. Par: 36-36-72. Yardage: 6,941

1 Craig Leslie, Spokane, Wash. 67-71-138
T2 Adam Cohan, Wayne, Pa. 69-70-139
T2 Seung Su Han, Chino Hills, Calif. 68-71-139
T2 Zack Miller, San Rafael, Calif. 67-72-139
T5 Ryan Hillstrom, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 69-71-140
T5 Scotty Campbell, Conway, Ark. 68-72-140
T5 Chanin Puntawong, Bradenton, Fla. 70-70-140
T5 Jay Choe, Yorba Linda, Calif. 68-72-140
9 Trent Leon, Dallas, Texas 69-72-141
T10 Kenny Kim, Cerritos, Calif. 67-75-142
T10 James Dickey, Pembroke Pines, Fla. 70-72-142
T10 Andrew Dresser, Carrollton, Texas 70-72-142
T10 Ricky Romano, Murrieta, Calif. 68-74-142
T10 Ryan Lenahan, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. 68-74-142
T15 Neno Boonyaplanun, Irvine, Calif. 71-72-143
T15 Jake Hermes, Durango, Colo. 70-73-143
T15 Tommy Suri, Miami, Fla. 71-72-143
T15 Chad Wilcox, Peoria, Ariz. 74-69-143
T15 Martin Ureta, Wesley Chapel, Fla. 71-72-143
T15 Jeremy Frye, Palestine, Texas 74-69-143
T15 Robert Stone, Dallas, Texas 73-70-143
T22 Louie Bishop, Murrieta, Calif. 73-71-144
T22 Joshua Wooding, Riverside, Calif. 72-72-144
T22 Will Dodson, Tulsa, Okla. 72-72-144
T22 Jeff Bell, Plano, Texas 69-75-144
T22 Blake Parks, Odessa, Texas 73-71-144
T22 Russell Helson, Georgetown, Texas 72-72-144
T22 Michael Haverfield, Louisville, Ky. 71-73-144
T29 Dan Kleckner, Spring, Texas 72-73-145
T29 Jeff Kaiser, Onalaska, Wis. 71-74-145
T29 Minkyu Han, Orlando, Fla. 72-73-145
T29 Colt Knost, Pilot Point, Texas 72-73-145
T29 Matthew Slovitt, Winnetka, Ill. 71-74-145
T29 Christopher Heintz, Brea, Calif. 74-71-145
T29 Martin Piller, Duncanville, Texas 72-73-145
T29 Matthew Pierce, Jr., San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 72-73-145
T29 Daniel McGurk, The Woodlands, Texas 73-72-145
T38 Chase Cooper, Guymon, Okla. 72-74-146
T38 Ryan Zamorano, Dallas, Texas 73-73-146
T38 Mike Fiedler, Faribault, Minn. 73-73-146
T38 Brett Lange, Atlanta, Ga. 74-72-146
T38 Will Osborne, Wichita Falls, Texas 73-73-146
T38 Mark Ogren, Daphne, Ala. 73-73-146
T38 Tyler Dunn, Godfrey, Ill. 73-73-146
T38 Charlie Holland, Dallas, Texas 76-70-146
T46 Craig Boone, El Paso, Texas 73-74-147
T46 Carter Lawnin, Kingwood, Texas 77-70-147
T46 Clay Hodge, Tyler, Texas 74-73-147
T46 Jae An, Rotorua, New Zealand 73-74-147
T46 Jason Kokrak, Warren, Ohio 69-78-147
T46 Alex Prugh, Spokane, Wash. 73-74-147
T46 Danny Zimmerman, Verona, Wis. 71-76-147
T46 Jace Moore, Southlake, Texas 73-74-147
T46 Andy Leadbetter, Orlando, Fla. 71-76-147
T46 Christian Akau, Waipahu, Hawaii 77-70-147
T56 Marco Morales, Coral Gables, Fla. 71-77-148
T56 Steven Bain, Orlando, Fla. 74-74-148
T56 Kyle Ritchie, Bedford, Iowa 73-75-148
T56 Bryan Jones, Atlanta, Ga. 75-73-148
T56 Brandon DeStefano, Bryan, Texas 76-72-148
T56 Bronson Burgoon, The Woodlands, Texas 72-76-148
T56 Jarred Texter, Millersville, Pa. 76-72-148
T56 Spencer Provow, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 76-72-148
T56 Steve Alminas, E Longmeadow, Mass. 75-73-148
T56 Jeremy Alcorn, Brownwood, Texas 74-74-148
T56 Aaron Goldberg, Encinitas, Calif. 76-72-148
T56 Tyler Rucarean, Gainesville, Fla. 76-72-148
T68 Joshua Dean, Richmond Hill, Ontario 79-70-149
T68 Dos Goldsmith, McAllen, Texas 74-75-149
T68 Soo Kyo Ahn, Tacoma, Wash. 77-72-149
T68 Hunter Bendall, Richmond, Va. 73-76-149
T68 Jake Grodzinsky, Cornville, Ariz. 78-71-149
T68 Ryan Sypniewski, Radford, Va. 76-73-149
T68 Rob Grube, Hinsdale, Ill. 75-74-149
T68 Scot Ploucha, Johnson City, Tenn. 77-72-149
T68 Giwon Suh, Orlando, Fla. 76-73-149
T68 Bill Gutknecht, The Woodlands, Texas 73-76-149
T78 Sam Korbe, Springdale, Ark. 76-74-150
T78 Michael Haddock, San Antonio, Texas 80-70-150
T78 Matt Savage, Scottsdale, Ariz. 73-77-150
T78 Chad Moscovic, Stockton, Calif. 74-76-150
T78 Nathan Kinker, Barboursville, W.Va. 72-78-150
T78 Matt Best, Pauls Valley, Okla. 72-78-150
T78 Pat Collogan, Ponca City, Okla. 76-74-150
T78 Nicholas Smith, Ocala, Fla. 75-75-150
T86 Taylor McNeely, Duncanville, Texas 74-77-151
T86 Colter Kautzmann, Phoenix, Ariz. 76-75-151
T86 Erik Flores, Grass Valley, Calif. 78-73-151
T86 Joseph Kim, Laguna Niguel, Calif. 70-81-151
T86 Matthew Espinosa, Irving, Texas 73-78-151
T86 Michael Thompson, Tucson, Ariz. 74-77-151
T86 Chad Bailey, Ruston, La. 81-70-151
T86 David Yoon, Irvine, Calif. 77-74-151
T86 Mike Rim, Lakewood, Calif. 70-81-151
T86 Ryan Henry, Broken Arrow, Okla. 77-74-151
T86 Matthew Shin, Cerritos, Calif. 75-76-151
T97 Timothy Seeley Jr, Lake George, N.Y. 77-75-152
T97 John Kelly, St Louis, Mo. 79-73-152
T97 Daniel Kim, Cerritos, Calif. 79-73-152
T97 Jesse Dixon, Ann Arbor, Mich. 74-78-152
T97 Daniel Kush, Tustin, Calif. 75-77-152
T97 Brett Myers, Broken Arrow, Okla. 74-78-152
T97 Anthony Imburgia, Effingham, Ill. 77-75-152
T97 Toby Ragland, Jacksonville, Fla. 73-79-152
T97 Jay Moseley, Bainbridge, Ga. 73-79-152
T97 Andrew Turner, Lititz, Pa. 75-77-152
T97 Chris Myers, Southlake, Texas 71-81-152
T108 Matt McLaughlin, Raleigh, N.C. 74-79-153
T108 Jeff Howard, Plano, Texas 77-76-153
T108 Michael Douthit, Palestine, Texas 75-78-153
T108 Cornelius Carroll, St. Simons, Ga. 78-75-153
T108 Brian Ricketts, Highland Village, Texas 78-75-153
T108 Brandon Beck, Oak Park, Calif. 73-80-153
T114 Sung Back, Rossville, Ga. 74-80-154
T114 Nicholas Schenk, Batavia, Ill. 75-79-154
T114 Reed Darsie, Chapel Hill, N.C. 80-74-154
T114 Jeff Vetterick, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 79-75-154
T114 Leo Corrigan, Dallas, Texas 80-74-154
T114 Marty Melcher, Redlands, Calif. 82-72-154
T114 Jon Boguth, Sterling Heights, Mich. 71-83-154
T114 Woogene Lee, Fountain Valley, Calif. 72-82-154
T114 Preston Smith, Monroe, La. 79-75-154
T123 Don Seol, Surrey, B.C. 75-80-155
T123 Hernan Borja, Kingwood, Texas 79-76-155
T123 Steven Crolic, Jacksonville, Fla. 79-76-155
T123 Brandon Lawson, Elburn, Ill. 84-71-155
T123 Michael Baird, Castle Rock, Colo. 77-78-155
T128 Tarik Can, Douglaston, N.Y. 80-76-156
T128 Nathaniel Spencer, Lawrence, Kan. 76-80-156
T128 Stefan Wistorf, Orlando, Fla. 81-75-156
T128 Kevin Schultz, Richardson, Texas 80-76-156
T132 Adam Cohn, Binghamton, N.Y. 77-80-157
T132 Jeff Gerlich, Austin, Texas 81-76-157
T132 Jake Creel, Dothan, Ala. 76-81-157
135 Lee Keong Yang, Singapore, , Singapore 81-77-158
T136 Kenny Palmer, Scottsdale, Ariz. 83-76-159
T136 Derrick Whiting, Carlos, Minn. 79-80-159
T138 Jonathan Buchanan, Texarkana, Texas 82-78-160
T138 Kevin Chen, Alamo, Calif. 81-79-160
T140 Steven Dales, Abbotsford, B.C. 82-79-161
T140 Devin Guilliams, Plano, Texas 83-78-161
T142 Jared Mayfield, Shreveport, La. 76-86-162
T142 Robbie Kelley, Minnetonka, Minn. 80-82-162
144 Robby Ormand, Austin, Texas 83-82-165
145 Corey Heffley, Denton, Texas 84-84-168
146 Jacob Clay, Corinth, Texas 83-87-170
147 Taylor Crosby, Athens, Ga. 87-84-171

Matt McLean, Miami, Fla. WD (Illness)
Ryan Posey, Dallas, Texas WD (Illness)
Shane Sigsbee, McKinney, Texas WD
Brad Doster, Winter Park, Fla. WD (Injury)

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