Men's Golf in Tenth Place after Two Rounds at Pac-10 Championships
April 28, 2003
GLENDALE, Calif. - Washington State men's golf is in tenth place after the first two rounds at the Pacific-10 Championships at Oakmont Country Club at Glendale, Calif.
Isaac Woods played consistently all day, finishing at 4-over for a tie for 17th. Dustin White is tied for 36th, followed by Ryan Camp at a tie for 39th, Ryan Ressa at 50th, Ben Bryson at a tie for 53rd, and Chad Carlson at 57th place to round out the Cougar contingent. Cameron MacKenzie of Oregon State leads all golfers after two rounds at 4-under.
WSU finished the morning round tied with Arizona State at seventh, and just five shots back of fourth place Arizona, before slipping in the afternoon round to tenth. UCLA has a seven stroke lead over Stanford for the team title with two rounds to play.
'We played okay in the first round and were only a few shots out of fifth place heading into the afternoon,' said Head Coach Walt Williams. 'In the second round we were a lot more inconsistent, but I feel that we can turn this around over the next couple of days.'
The Cougars look to climb the leader board in round three tomorrow at the 2003 Pac-10 Championships Glendale, Calif.
Oakmont Country Club
Par 72, 6,736 yards
Results after 2 of 4 rounds
Team Results: 1. UCLA (726), 2. Stanford (733), 3. Washington (737), 4. Arizona (740), 5. Arizona State (743), 6. Oregon (754), 7. Oregon State (756), 8. CAL (762), 9. USC (768), 10. WSU (771).
Top Five Individuals: 1. Cameron MacKenzie, OSU (69-71, -4), 2. Jim Seki, Stanford (72-71, -1), T3. Alejandro Canizares, ASU (72-71, -1), T3. Brock Mackenzie, Washington (71-72, -1), T3. Brady Stockton, ASU (73-70, -1).