Men's Golf In 10th Heading Into Final Round At Pac-10s
April 27, 2004
Tucson, Ariz. - The Stanford men's golf team shot rounds of 385 and 402 today at the 2004 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championships at The Gallery at Dove Mountain. Their three-round score of 1170 puts them in 10th place overall heading into tomorrow's final round. Arizona State leads the field with a 1076, followed by Arizona (1085), UCLA (1087), Washington (1106) and USC (1113).
The Gallery continues to provide a stern test as just nine players are belowpar heading into Wednesday's final round. ASU's Alejandro Canizares, the 2003 NCAAindividual medalist, and teammate Chez Reavie share the third-round leadwith seven-under 209 totals. UCLA's Johnson and Arizona's Henry Liaw aretied for third place two strokes back at 211 (-5).
The Cardinal are led by sophomore Kyle Gentry, who is tied for 31st overall, after carding a 78 today for a 227 (75-74-789). Teammate Kevin Blue is tied for 41st with a 230 (74-74-82). Senior Blake Mastalir (81-77-79), along with freshmen Zack Miller (79-79-79) and Brandon Lawson (74-81-84) are tied for 50th with a 239. Stanford's Scott MacDonald turned in a 249 (83-82-84) for a 249 and is 60th overall.
The Pac-10 Championships conclude Wednesday at The Gallery at Dove Mountain,a par 72, 7,435-yard layout. The conference championship is determined byteams of six players with the low five scores for each round counting towardthe team total.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com