Men's Golfers Tied For Fifth At Pac-10 Championships
April 28, 2001
The UCLA men's golf team is tied for fifth place entering the final round of the 72-hole Pacific-10 Conference Championships at the Stanford Golf Course.
The Bruins, who posted a team score of 347 Saturday, own a 54-hole total of 1,066. USC leads the field at 1,051, followed by Arizona at 1,053. Arizona State and Washington are tied for third at 1,058.
All teams count the best five out of six scores for the conference tournament.
Individually, junior Parker McLachlin is UCLA's top player at three-under par 210. He posted a one-over par score Saturday of 72. Sophomore Travis Johnson fired an even par score of 71 and is tied for 11th at 211, and freshman John Merrick is tied for 24th at 215. Freshman Steve Conway is tied for 29th at 216 after posting a score of 69. Sophomore J.T. Kohut is tied for 38th at 218 and freshman Roy Moon is tied for 54th at 225.
Arizona's Ricky Barnes leads the field by four shots at 13-under par 200. Hunter Mahan of USC, Matt Jones of ASU and Chris Nallen of Arizona are tied for second place at 204, nine-under par.