At Tallahassee, Fla., junior Paul Woodbury earned South Carolina's second individual medal of the 2009-10 season while the Gamecocks came up one stroke short of host Florida State at the Seminole Intercollegiate on Sunday.
Woodbury won a four-hole playoff to defeat FSU senior Seath Lauer after the pair tied at 212 (-1) through 54 holes. After playing the par-4, 427-yard 18th hole three times without a winner, Woodbury parred on his fourth try to outduel the Seminole captain.
Woodbury began the day in a tie for seventh place at 1-over, but posted a 2 under 69.
USC posted a 289 (+5) for the second consecutive day to finish at 866 (+14).
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^T1. Paul Woodbury - 70-73-69212 (-1)
T11. Wesley Bryan - 70-72-74216 (+3)
T16. Clint Tolleson - 73-72-73218 (+5)
T26. Patrick Rada - 75-72-74221 (+8)
*T26. Dean Hester - 78-74-69221 (+8)
T28. George Bryan IV - 75-74-73222 (+9)
^ Won on fourth playoff hole
* Competed as an individual, score does not count toward team total
.FINAL TEAM STANDINGS.
1. Florida State - 278-298-289865 (+13)
2. South Carolina - 288-289-289866 (+14)
T3. Arkansas - 293-292-288873 (+21)
T3. North Texas - 291-289-293873 (+21)
5. Vanderbilt - 292-292-291875 (+23)