Cardinal Men Remain In Sixth At Nelson Invitational
Oct. 23, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team fired a 279 in the second round of the Nelson Invitational at the Stanford Golf Course this afternoon to remain in sixth place overall with a two-day score of 564. New Mexico moved into first place with a 546, followed by UNLV, who is only one stroke back at 547. Rounding out the top five are Georiga State (554), Missouri (559) and Kansas State (563).
New Mexico's Spencer Levin continues to lead the field of individuals, carding his second consecutive 65 today to bring his two-round total to 130. Georgia State's Steve Tiley is four strokes back with a 134 in second. Jay Reynolds, from UNM, along with UNLV teammates, Jared Texter and Travis Whisman, are tied for third with a 135.
Cardinal teammate Kevin Blue (69-71) and Kyle Gentry (71-69) are tied for 15th individually with a 140. Sophomore Zack Miller carded a two-under par 67 today to move up into a tie for 25th overall with a 142 (75-67). Freshman Rob Grube is tied for 33rd (71-72--143) while Matt Savage is tied for 59th (74-72--146). Scott MacDonald, competing as an individual, turned in a two-under par 67 this afternoon to move into a tie for 12th individually with a two-round score of 139 (72-67). Matthew Shin, also competing as an individual, is tied for 33rd (68-75--143) along with teammate Teddy Collins (71-72--143). Rounding out the Cardinal individuals is Pat Phillips, who is tied for 67th (74-74--148).
The final 18 holes will be played tomorrow at the Stanford Golf Course with tee times beginning at 8 a.m.