Men's Golf Visits Stanford
April 18, 2003
EUGENE, Ore. - The Oregon men's golf team plays its final competition prior to the Pac-10 tournament Saturday and Sunday at the U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford, Calif. Teams will play 36 holes Saturday on the par-71, 6,786-yard Stanford Golf Course and 18 on Sunday.
'We've played some pretty decent rounds of golf lately,' said coach Steve Nosler. 'It would be nice to see us put three consecutive good rounds together, which we haven't always been able to do this spring on a consistent basis.'
No. 8 Oklahoma State and No. 11 UCLA are the only two ranked teams among the 17 squads in action. The remainder of the field includes California, UC Irvine, Fresno State, Long Beach State, Oregon, Pacific, Portland, San Diego, San Diego State, San Francisco, San Jose State, Santa Clara, Stanford, Texas A&M and Washington State.
Oregon's lineup will consist of senior John Ellis, who leads the team with a 71.7 stroke average, senior Chris Carnahan of Albany, Ore. (73.1 stroke average), junior Mike Sica (73.9), freshman Gregg LaVoie (74.1), freshman Kyle Johnson of North Bend, Ore. (73.6) and junior Jimmy White of Eugene (75.0).
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