Cal in Fifth After Round One at John Burns Invitational
Feb. 19, 2003
The No. 36 California men's golf team stands in fifth place after one round at the John Burns Invitational, hosted by Hawaii in Wahiawa, HI. The Golden Bears shot a 2-under-par 286 in the first of three rounds in the 19-team tournament held at the Leilehua Golf Course, a par-72, 6,917-yard facility.
Junior Peter Tomasulo stands in a five-way tie for second place after firing 68, while Cal's Jeff Hood and Eric West are tied for 20th at 71. Junior Jesse Ruda is tied for 72nd with a 4-over-par 76 and freshman Michael Wilson is tied for 93rd after shooting 79.
Arizona took the team lead with a combined score of 280, one shot better than Southern Methodist. San Diego State's Mark Warman took the early lead in the individual competition, carding a 67 for a slim one shot lead.
The second round in the 54-hole tournament will be conducted tomorrow with a 7:30 a.m. shotgun start.
John Burns InvitationalLeleihua Golf Course, Wahiawa, HITeams Standings After One Round:1. Arizona 2802. SMU 281 New Mexico 2814. San Diego State 2845. California 2866. Denver 287 Utah 287 Auburn 2879. UNLV 28910. Brigham Young 28911. Nagoya 292 Texas El Paso 29213. UC Santa Barbara29314. Hawaii-Hilo 296 Hawaii 296 Pacific 29617. USF 29718. San Jose State 29919. UH-White 308
Cal Individual Standings After One Round: