USC In 17th After First Day Of Cleveland Golf Classic
March 3, 2003
Westlake Village, Calif. - The No. 8 UCLA men's golf team shot a four-over-par 566 on Monday to lead the field after two rounds of the 26th annual Cleveland Golf Classic hosted by USC at North Ranch Country Club.
The Bruins are seven strokes ahead of second place California (573). San Diego State (574) is next, followed by Stanford (576), Fresno State (578) and Washington (579). USC-last year's Cleveland Golf Classic champ-is in 17th after shooting 593.
Individually, Roy Moon of UCLA is the leader after shooting 138, including a second-round 67. His teammate Steve Conway fired a second-round 66 (the day's low) and is tied for the runner-up spot at 139 with Nick Watney of Fresno State, Alejandro Canizares of ASU and Jim Seiki of Stanford. Brock Mackenzie of Washington is sixth at 140.
For the Trojans, senior Chris Botsford leads the way after shooting 147 to put him in a tie for 37th place. Also for USC, senior David Oh and sophomores Ben Hayes and Nico Bollini all shot 150 to tie for 61st, while freshman Taylor Wood shot 151 and is tied for 70th.
Four other Trojans played as individuals, as freshman Tyler Ley shot 145 and is in a tie for 21st place, freshman Bradley Shaw shot 148 and is in a tie for 47th place, sophomore James Choi shot 150 to stand in a tie for 61st place and junior Scott Oxandaboure shot 152 to stand in a tie for 77th place.
The Cleveland Golf Classic finishes up on Tuesday, March 4, with the final round commencing at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start off the 1st and 10th tees.
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