Golfers Lead Husky Invitational
Sept. 26, 2006
The second-ranked UCLA men's golf team was leading the Husky Invitational after two rounds at Washington National in Auburn, WA.
The Bruins posted scores of 280 (-8) and 287 (-1) for a 36-hole total of 567 (-9). They led Washington and Cal by 16 strokes. Both schools were in second place at 583 (+7). Oregon State and UC Davis were tied for fourth at 584 (+8).
Individually for the Gold Team, sophomore Lucas Lee was leading the field at eight-under par 136 following rounds of 66-70. Junior Kevin Chappell was tied for fifth place at 142 (-2) after posting scores of 73-69. Junior Daniel Im was tied for 16th at even par 144 following rounds of 70-74 and Craig Leslie was tied for 18th at one-over par 145 after carding rounds of 71-74. Sophomore Erik Flores was tied for 33rd at 149 (+5) after posting scores of 73-76.
The Bruins' remaining five players played as individuals and performed well. Sophomore James Lee was four strokes behind the leader at four-under par 140 after rounds of 66-74. Senior Peter Campbell was tied for fifth place at 142 (-2) after rounds of 70-72. Freshman Jason Kang was tied for 26th at 148 (+4) after rounds of 74-74. Senior Chris Heintz and freshman Charlie Harris were tied for 33rd at 149 (+5). Heintz signed for scores of 75-74 and Harris posted rounds of 80-69.
Final round action continues on Tuesday.
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