Cardinal Men In 11th AT UH Hilo Intercollegiate
Feb. 9, 2006
Kona, Hi. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a nine-over par 293 on the second day of competition to move into 11th place on the leaderboard at the University of Hawaii at Hilo Intercollegiate at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course with a two-round total of 577. Georgia Tech (547) leads the field followed by Oklahoma State (561), USC (565), Washington and Hawaii (572), Oklahoma and Texas (573), Augusta State (574), TCU and Arizona State (576), Stanford (577), Colorado (578), Pepperdine (579), Fresno State and Arkansas (582), Hawaii Hilo (586),UC-Davis (589), Oregon State (593), Oregon and Rhode Island (594) and Kansas (607).
Georgia Tech's Cameron Tringale shot his second sub-par round to take a two stroke lead into the final day. Tringale (65-67--132) is followed by first-round leader Pablo Martin of Oklahoma State at 134 (64-70). In a tie for third place are Georgia Tech's Kevin Larson (67-70), Colorado's Edward McGlasson (66-71) and Augusta State's Stephen Swanepoel (68-69) at 5-under, 127.
Cardinal Dodge Kemmer shot an even-par 71 today to tie for 24th with a two-day total of 142 (E) to lead Stanford. Matt Savage (71-73) and Zack Miller (71-73) are tied for 35th with a two-over par 144. Teammate Rob Grube checks in tied for 54th with a 147 (71-76) while Daniel Lim is tied for 83rd at 151 (74-77).
Final round action concludes on Friday.