Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational - Day One Notes

Oct. 21, 2007

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? When play began at 8 a.m., the temperature was listed at 74 degrees.

? UCF's public address announcer Erik Kohler served as the official starter at the 10th tee. UCF supporter Brent Carli handled the starter duties on the 1st hole.

? Georgia's Adam Mitchell was the first player to tee off on Sunday.

? Four squads made their debuts at the tournament on Saturday: East Tennessee State, Illinois, SMU and Texas A&M.

? Twelve of the programs in action on Sunday competed in the 2006 Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational.

? Six squads - Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, UCF and Wake Forest - were competing in the event for the fourth-straight year.

? Sixteen of the 18 teams in the field participated in the NCAA Championship last spring.

? Twenty-two players finished under par in the opening round. A year ago, 11 players shot below par in the first round.

? East Tennessee State's Rhys Enoch fired a four-under 68 to open the tournament. It marked the second-straight time that Enoch opened an event with a 68. On Oct. 12, he posted a four-under 68 in the first round of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges.

? UCF's Greg Forest carded a season-low four-under 68 in the opening round.

? Playing in his second event of the season, Southern Cal's Jamie Lovemark fired a season-low four-under 68 in the opening round. Lovemark claimed medalist honors at the 2007 NCAA Championship.

? Enoch, Forest and Lovemark are tied for first at 68 (-4).

? Cale Barr of Kentucky opened the tournament with a three-under 69, good for a season low.

? Host UCF recorded a team total of 284 (-4). The Knights also carded a 284 in the first round of their last tournament, the Prestige at PGA WEST on Oct. 15.

? With only a few players remaining on the course, heavy rains arrived in the area around 3:40 p.m. and players were forced to leave the course. Play resumed at 4:30 p.m.

? The round concluded at 4:44 p.m.