Men's Golf Tied For Sixth At William Morris Intercollegiate
April 3, 2006
Austin, Tx. - After the two opening rounds of the Morris Williams Invitational, the Stanford men's golf team sits tied for sixth place while junior Zack Miller is tied for 17th on Monday at the Austin Country Club.
The Cardinal opened the day with an even-par score of 287 and then carded a 292 to finish at 579. Oklahoma State is in control of first-place after two rounds of five-under 283 to post a two-round total of 10-under par 566. Texas Tech is in second-place with a first-day total of 572 (-4) and Oklahoma rounded out the top-three with a 573 (-3).
Zack Miller led the way for Stanford posting two even par rounds of 72 including birdies on holes four and 17 in the second round. Teammates Rob Grube (71-75) and Daniel Lim (74-72) both have a two-over 146 after two rounds of play. Cardinal Scott MacDonald checks in tied for 47th individually with rounds of 70 and 76 (148). Matt Savage is tied for 62nd on the individual leaderboard with a seven-over 151 (78-73).
The last round of the Morris Williams will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Austin Country Club starting at holes No. 1 and No. 10.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.