Stanford Men Lead At The Corde Valle Classic
Nov. 6, 2006
San Martin, Calif. - The tenth-ranked Stanford men's golf team was first at 22-under par with a few holes to play at the CordeValle Collegiate when play was suspended shortly after 5 p.m. PST. The Cardinal shot a 281 in the first round. Fourth-ranked Lamar was third at 14 under, followed by No.6 Coastal Carolina at 11 under. USC and Arizona were tied for ffith at nine under.
Play to complete the second round begins Tuesday with a 7:30 a.m. (PST) shotgun start. The third round begins at 8:30 a.m. after teams are re-paired.
Senior Zack Miller broke the course record in the second round, firing a nine-under par 63. He held the 36-hole lead at 135 (-9) after posting a 72 (E) in the first round. Northwestern's Dan Doyle was second at eight-under par with two holes to play to finish round two.
Stanford's Rob Grube sits tied for third individually at seven under par 137. Grube shot a 69 in the first round, followed by a 68 in the second. Teammate Matt Savage is tied for 16th after shooting rounds of 68 and 74 for a two-under par 142. Freshmen Joseph Bramlett and Jordan Cox are tied for 25th heading into tomorrow's final round and are currently one under par after shooting even par 72 in the opening round.
Live scoring of the tournament can be viewed at www.golfstat.com.
Stanford has two first place finishes in their first four events this fall.