Clemson Adds Two Golf Signees for 2003-04

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CLEMSON, S.C.-Zack Siefert and Tanner Ervin have signed letters of
intent to play golf at Clemson beginning in August of 2003, according
to Head Coach Larry Penley. Siefert and Ervin, are the last two
South Carolina 4A State Champions. The signings will continue to
give Clemson a golf roster that features all players from the state
of South Carolina. Clemson won the National Championship in May
with an all South Carolina roster.

Siefert is a native of nearby Simpsonville, SC and attended
Hillcrest High School. He has had a highly decorated junior record
over the past few years. He began his list of accomplishments in
2000 by setting a tournament record in winning the North Augusta Jr.

As a sophomore, Siefert finished second in the 2001 4A State
Championship. He also finished second in the South Carolina Match
Play that same summer. In 2002, he won the Players Championship and
South Carolina Junior Championship. Siefert, a 4A All-State
selection as a junior, was honored as the Jay Haas South Carolina

Siefert's senior year was highlighted by a victory in the
2003 4A State Championship. He finished his high school career as a
five-time all-region honoree as well.

Ervin, a native of Mt. Pleasant, SC, attended Wando High
School. Like Siefert, Ervin won the Players Championship (2001). In
2002, he won the Junior Rice Planters Tournament. His major prize
that season was capturing individual honors at the 2002 4A State

Ervin was an All-State selection in 2002 and was also honored
as the 4A Player-of-the-Year that same season. Ervin, who has been
Wando's team MVP for the past three years, was a six-time all-region

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