Men's Golf Takes Sixth At Pac-10 Championships
April 26, 2006
Rancho Mirage, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a 360 on the final day of competition at the 2006 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship at the Canyons Course at Bighorn G.C., in Rancho Mirage, Calif., on Wednesday, to finish sixth overall with a four-round score of 1446 (358-369-359-360). UCLA won its fifth men's conference crown and sophomore Daniel Im staved off Arizona State junior Niklas Lemke for the individual title as the Bruins led all four rounds wire-to-wire.
The Bruins won with a combined 1420 (even), 12 shots ahead of Washington (1432). Arizona State was third (1437) and USC moved up to fourth (1442) with the low round of the day (35).
Cardinal Rob Grube led the Stanford charge, carding a 69 today to finish tied for sixth overall with a one-under par 283 (70-76-68-69). Freshman Dodge Kemmer tied for 10th overall, recording a one-over 285 for the tournament (71-71-70-73). Kyle Gentry tied for 23rd on the individual leaderboard with a 292 (69-77-76-70) including a one-under 70 today. Teammate Daniel Lim tied for 26th at with a 293 (76-73-72-72) while Zack Miller tied for 35th (72-74-75-76--297). Rounding out the Cardinal competitors was Matt Savage who tied for 48th with a 303 (78-75-74-76).
Washington's Erik Olson, the 2005 Pac-10 champ playing with Im in the final pairing, finished third at 281 (-3) after a final-round 70. USC's Tyler Ley and Arizona State's Alejandro Canizares tied for fourth at 282 (-2).
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