Men's Golf Takes Early Lead At UH-Hilo Invitational
Feb. 7, 2007
Waikoloa, HI - Stanford freshman Joseph Bramlett fired a six-under par 64 to lead the Cardinal to a two stroke lead on day one of the UH-Hilo Invitational at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course in Waikoloa, Hawaii. Stanford shot a twelve under par 268 to lead the field on the par 70, 6,738 yard course. Fellow Pac-10 school Oregon State is second (270), followed by Georgia Tech (272), Arizona State (272), Oklahoma State (273 and UC Davis (273).
Bramlett holds a share of the individual lead (30-34--64) with Georgia Tech's Cameron Tringale at six under 64.Senior Zack Miller also makes an appearance in the top 10 checking in tied for 10th at three-under par 67 (34-33). Teammate Matthew Savage is just a stroke behind at two-under par 68 (35-33) and is tied for 17th on the individual leaderboard. Junior Rob Grube is tied for 34th with a one-under par 69 (34-35) heading into the second round tomorrow. Rounding out the Stanford contingent is Dodge Kemmer who is tied for 61st at two-over par 72 (33-39).
Seven golfers are tied in third place with scores of 4-under par 66. The group includes Arizona State's Niklas Lemke and Benjamin Alvarado, Texas Tech's Oscar Floren, Pacific's Thomas Peterson, USC's Tom Glissmeyer, Oregon State's Alex Williams and Washington's John Wise.
Second round action continues on Thursday with a shotgun start beginning at 7:30 a.m.