Niklas Lemke just two shots off Pac-10 lead through three rounds.

April 26, 2006

The Arizona State men's golf team is tied for third after three rounds of the Pac-10 Championships held at Palm Desert, Calif. ASU is at 11-over 1,076 (367-360-349) after shooting its tournament-best 349 in the third round Tuesday.

Junior Niklas Lemke is in second place, just two shots off the lead with a 6-under 207 (66-71-70). Senior Alejandro Canizares is tied for 12th at 1-over 214 (75-69-70).

UCLA is at 6-under 1,059 (349-348-362) and holds the lead, while Bruin Daniel Im has the individual lead at 8-under 205 (67-68-70). ASU is also behind second-place Washington, which is at even-par 1,06 (352-252-361), and is tied with Arizona (360-363-353).

Sun Devils Lenny Park shot a 69 on Tuesday and is tied for 16th at 3-over 216 (75-72-69), while freshman Benjamin Alvarado Holley is at 4-over 217 (73-74-70) and is tied for 21st.

Phil Telliard is tied for 35th at 9-over 222 (78-74-70) while freshman Erik Coover is at 21-over 234 (85-77-72).

Complete results are available at golfstat.com.

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