Men's Golf In Second At Winter Championship

Feb. 21, 2005

AUBURN, Wash.- - After an early morning frost delay, the Oregon State men's golf team fired a 12-over 300 Monday and is tied for second after round one of the Washington Winter Championship at the par-72 Washington National Golf Club. Teams were scheduled to play three rounds, but due to the delay, the tournament has been shortened to two rounds.

Senior Cameron MacKenzie, making his first appearance of the year, posted an even-par 72 and is tied for fourth. Three strokes behind is freshman Clayton Moe, who is tied for tenth.

Sophomore Jay Ross and freshman Tim Sundseth also made the top 20. Ross is tied for 14th with a 4-over 76 and Sundseth shot a 77, tying him for 20th.

Oregon leads the Beavers by one stroke at 299 heading into the final round. Idaho is tied for second with Oregon State at 300.

The Ducks' Jay Snyder and Idaho's Ty Popplewell each carded 2-under 70s and sit atop the leaderboard, one stroke ahead of Idaho's Christian Akau and two strokes in front of MacKenzie.

Freshman Jeremiah Oliver posted an 83.

The second and final round will begin Tuesday at 11:45 a.m. with a shotgun start.


1. Oregon 299; 2. Oregon State 300; 2. Idaho 300; 4. Washington 306; 5. St. Martin's 312; 5. Washington State 312; 7. Western Washington 313; 8. Portland 314; 9. Gonzaga 321.


1. Jay Snyder, Oregon 70; 1. Ty Popplewell, Idaho 70; 3. Christian Akau, Idaho 71; 4. Matt Ma, Oregon 72; 4. Cameron MacKenzie, Oregon State 72; 4. Elijah Perkins, St. Martin's 72.


T4. Cameron MacKenzie 72; t10. Clayton Moe 75; t14. Jay Ross 76; t20. Tim Sundseth 77; t47. Jeremiah Oliver 83.

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