Cal In Eighth After First Day of Pac-10 Championships
April 28, 2003
GLENDALE, Calif. - The Cal men?s golf team is in eighth place with a score of 762 after 36 holes of the Pac-10 Championships at Oakmont Country Club. The Golden Bears were in 10th after the first round with a score of 388 but climbed to their present position with a round of 374 in the afternoon.
UCLA holds a seven-shot lead over Stanford with a 36-hole total of 726. The Bruins? rounds of 364 and 362 were the low scores of the day. Rounding out the Top 5 teams with two rounds to play are Washington (737), Arizona (740) and Arizona State (743).
Cal?s Peter Tomasulo finished the first day of the conference meet in a tie for ninth with a plus-one 145, five shots off the pace. Tomasulo carded rounds of 74 and 71. Oregon State?s Cameron MacKenzie is a top the leader board at minus-four 140 and holds a one-shot edge over Stanford?s Jim Seki and is three shots up on four golfers.
Michael Wilson is also in the Top 20 for the Bears, tying for 17th at 148.
Eighteen holes will be played Tuesday beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Men?s Golf ResultsPac-10 ChampionshipsAfter second of four roundsOakmont Country Club - par 72, 6736 yards
Team Scores: 1. UCLA 726, 2. Stanford 733, 3. Washington 737, 4. Arizona 740, 5. Arizona State 743, 6. Oregon 754, 7. Oregon State 756, 8. California 762 (388-374), 9. USC 768, 10. Washington State 771.
Top 5 Individuals: 1. Cameron MacKenzie (Oregon State) 140, 2. Jim Seki (Stanford) 141, 3t. Alejandro Canizares (Arizona State) 143, 3t. Brock Mackenzie (Washington) 143, 3t. Roy Moon (UCLA) 143, 3t. Brandy Stockton (Arizona State) 143.