Men's Golf Takes Second at The Gold Rush Collegiate
Sept. 18, 2004
Calimesa, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team fired an even par 288 in the final round of the Gold Rush Collegiate to take second place with a 10-under par 854 for the tournament, held in Calimesa, Calif. UCLA took top honors posting a 23-under par 841 over three rounds. Rounding out the top five were UC Riverside (857), St. Mary's (859) and UC San Diego (866).
Cardinal freshman Rob Grube tied for fifth in the individual standings to lead Stanford, carding a five-under 211 (72-66-73). Junior Scott MacDonald tied for eighth with a four-under 212 (73-70-69) after firing a three-under 69 in the final round. Sophomore Zack Miller finished tied for 23rd with an even-par 216 (72-71-73) while teammate Teddy Collins tied for 31st with a two-over par 218 (71-73-74). Junior Kyle Gentry tied for 70th with a 224 (80-71-73) to round out the Stanford performances.
Cal Poly's Travis Bertoni and UCLA's Peter Campbell tied for first individually with an 11-under par 205. Rounding out the top five were Justin Mason from SJSU (209), Chad Cocco from St. Mary's (210), Stanford's Rob Grube (211) , UC Irvine's Garrett Sapp (211) and UC Riverside's Brendan Steele (211).
Complete results available at www.golfstat.com.