Cardinal Men In Third Heading Into Final Round At Pac-10s
April 26, 2005
Walla Walla, Wash. - The Stanford men's golf team made a big move today at the 2005 Pac-10 Championships, firing a four-under 351 today at the Walla Walla Country Club's par 71, 6,606 yard course. The Cardinal's 1073 three-round total puts them in third place overall heading into tomorrow's final round. Arizona State leads the field with a seven-under par 1058, followed by UCLA (1061) who trail by three strokes. Following Stanford are Arizona (1074) and Washington (1075).
Rounding out the top 10 are Oregon (1081), California (1081), USC (1082), Washington State (1083) and Oregon State (1091).
ASU's Pat Moore continues to lead the field with a 10-under par 203. Cardinal Rob Grube shot a 66 today to move into a tie for second overall with a 207 (69-72-66) with Washington's Erik Olson. Rounding out the top five individuals are UCLA's Kevin Chappell (208), Cal's Michael Jensen (208) and Arizona's Nathan Lashley (208).
Senior Kevin Blue shot a one-under par 70 this afternoon to move into a tie for 11th with an even 213 (70-73-70). Kyle Gentry is tied for 40th with a 220 (79-71-70) along with teammate Matthew Savage (73-74-73). Senior Pat Phillips is tied for 48th with a 222 (78-69-75) while Scott MacDonald is tied for 57th at 227 (73-82-72).
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.
Action concludes tomorrow.