Men's Golf Unofficially Tied for First Place at Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge
Oct. 3, 2005
Arizona State University is unofficially tied for first place with Minnesota, at the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge, after the Monday's second round was cut short due to darkness.
Minnesota, Ohio State, UCLA, Arizona, Washington and Illinois were unable to finish and will complete the rest of round two starting at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The final round will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start for all 14 teams competing at the par-72, 7,149 yard Glen Club in Glenview, Ill.
ASU Junior Niklas Lemke is leading the Sun Devils and is unofficially tied for first place with James Lepp of Washington, after shooting a five-under 139 (73-66).
Senior Alejandro Canizares shot a three-under 141 (70-71) to unofficially tie for fourth place. Freshman Benjamin Alvarado carded an even-par 144 (72-72). Senior Lenny Park shot a five-over 149 (73-76) to tie for 39th. Phil Telliard is currently in 68th after shooting a 15-over 159 (80-79). T
he Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge will conclude Wednesday October 4.
Players (Unofficial) Arizona State
T1. Niklas Lemke -5, 139 (73-66)
T4. Alejandro Canizares -3, 141 (70-71)
T16. Benjamin Alvarado E, 144 (72-72)
T39. Lenny Park +5, 149 (73-76)
68. Phil Telliard +15, 159 (80-79)
Top Five Teams (Unofficial)
-3 Arizona State
-1 Ohio State
T3. Northwestern -1
T3. UCLA -1