Men's Golf Tied For Ninth Place After Day One of the Husky Invitational
Oct. 1, 2001
Bremerton, Wash. - The Stanford men's golf team completed play tied for ninth place in the first day of the Husky Invitational hosted by the University of Washington on the Gold Mountain Golf Complex this afternoon. Senior Philip Rowe (Cornwall, UK) and sophomore Blake Mastalir (Englewood, CO) recorded the Cardinal's top scores after the first and second rounds with an even-par score.
Stanford recorded a team score of 752, for a tie with California in ninth place. Washington leads the way with a 729, followed by Pepperdine (736), Washington State (739) and Nevada (739).
Washington's John Robertson tied the Olympic course record with a 67 first round score, and currently leads the tournament after 36 holes with a six-under par. Stanford's Rowe shot a 73 first round score and followed up with a 71 on the second 18 holes. Mastalir rebounded after shooting a 75 in the morning to firing a 69 in the second round.
The 10-team tournament field will continue play tomorrow in the final round on the par-72, 7, 035-yard Olympic Course. Tee time is set for 7:30 a.m.
For complete Husky Invitational results, please visit www.golfstat.com.
Team Standings Stanford Top Finishers1. Washington 729 T6. Philip Rowe E
2. Pepperdine 736 Blake Mastalir E
3. Washington State 739 T27. Jim Seki +6
Nevada 739 T38. Ron Won +9
5. Colorado 742 T57. George Downing +18
6. Oregon State 743 T59. Del deWindt +20
7. Oregon 747
8. Georgia Southern 749
9. California 752