Cardinal Men in Sixth After Two Rounds At Pac-10s
April 24, 2006
Palm Desert, Calif. - Freshman Dodge Kemmer is tied for 14th individually to lead the Cardinal during a 12-hour, 36-hole first day that was cut short by darkness at the USC-hosted 2006 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship at the Canyons Course at Bighorn G.C., in Rancho Mirage, Calif., on Monday.
USC was in fourth (718, +8) after two rounds. UCLA, one of eight teams to complete play, led at 697 (-13). Washington was second (704, -6) while Arizona was in third at 7-over, but still has a handful of holes to finish, as does Oregon. After USC was Stanford (727, +17) and Arizona State (727, +17), Oregon State (730, +20), California (743, +33), Washington State (745, +35) and Oregon (+40).
Kyle Gentry is tied for 26th after carding rounds of 69 and 77 (146) along with teammate Rob Grube who shot a 70 in the first round and is four over in the second with three holes to go. Zack Miller is tied for 33rd. He shot a 72 in the first round and also has three holes to complete in the second round. Freshman Daniel Lim is tied for 37th (76 in the first and three holes to complete in the second round). Cardinal Matt Savage is tied for 52nd with rounds of 78 and 75 today (153).
The tournament will resume at 7:30 a.m. with Arizona and Oregon completing their second round. The third round will begin at 9:30 p.m.
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