Cardinal Men In Sixth At Pac-10 Championships
April 25, 2006
Rancho Mirage, Calif. - Freshman Dodge Kemmer shot a one-under 70 to pace the Cardinal during the third round of the 2006 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship at the Canyons Course at Bighorn G.C., in Rancho Mirage, Calif., on Tuesday. Stanford shot a 359 on the second day of competition to bring their three round total to 1,086 and sit in sixth place overall.
UCLA remained in front, though its lead dipped a bit. The Bruins finished at 1059 (-6, 349-348-362), six shots ahead of Washington at 1065 (Even, 352-352-361). Arizona (360-363-353) and Arizona State (367-360-349) were tied in third at 1076. Following USC was Stanford at 1086 (+21, 358-369-359), Oregon State at 1102 (+37, 361-369-372), California at 1108 (+43, 371-372-365), Washington State at 1118 (+53, 371-374-373) and Oregon at 1130 (+65, 373-384-373).
Kemmer moved from ninth to a tie for fifth individually today, with a one-under par 212 (71-71-70) for the competition. Teammate Rob Grube moved up from 26th to a tie for 12th after firing a three-under 68 (70-76-68--214). Cardinal's Daniel Lim (76-73-72) and Zack Miller (72-74-75) are tied for 31st on the individual leaderboard with an eight-over 221. Kyle Gentry checks in tied for 35th just one stroke behind Lim and Miller (69-77-76--222). Rounding out the Stanford competitors is Matt Savage who is tied for 47th heading into tomorrow's final round (78-75-74--227).
The final round will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Stanford golfers will begin teeing off from the first tee beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Complete results and live scoring are available at www.golfstat.com.