Men's Golf In Fourth After Two Rounds Of Cleveland Golf Classic

March 3, 2003

Westlake Village, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team fired opening rounds of 291 (+7) and 285 (+1) on the first day of the Cleveland Golf Classic at the North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, Calif., to sit in fourth place (576) overall and only 10 strokes off the pace set by leader UCLA (566). Rounding out the top five are California (573), San Diego State (574) and Fresno State (578).

Cardinal senior Jim Seki is currently tied for second on the individual leaderboard with a three-under par 139 (68-71). Fellow senior Ron Won is tied for 14th with a one-over par 143 (76-67) while teammate George Downing checks in tied for 37th with a 147 (73-74). Stanford's Kevin Blue is tied for 61st at 150 (77-73) and Blake Mastalir it tied for 70th after carding at 151 (74-77). Pat Phillips, competing as an individual, is tied for 28th overall with a 146 (69-77).

UCLA's Roy Moon leads the pack with a four-under par 138 after firing rounds of 71 and 67 today. Alejandro Canizares, from Arizona State, along with UCLA's Steve Conway and Fresno State's Nick Watney, are tied with Seki for second place.

The final round (18 holes)of the tournament will be played tomorrow at the North Ranch Country Club.

Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com

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