Men's Golf Ties For Second At Puerto Rico Classic

Feb. 27, 2007

Rio Mar, Puerto Rico -

Paced by freshman golfer Joseph Bramlett, the Stanford men's golf team tied for second at the Puerto Rico Classic today turning in a three-round total of 851 (281-279-291). Georgia won the tournament by one stroke with an 850. Clemson tied with the Cardinal at 851, followed by Alabama (855) and East Tennessee State (856).

Stanford's Joseph Bramlett won his first collegiate tournament, tying for top honors with Georgia Tech's Roberto Castro. Bramlett shot rounds of 69-67 and 73 to finish with a seven-under par 209.

Matt Savage turned in another top 25 finish as the senior from Arizona tied for 12th on the individual leaderboard with a two-under par 214 (68-70-76). Junior Rob Grube moved up into a tie for 27th on the final day after he fired a three-under par 69 today to finish at two-over par 218 (73-76-69). Teammate Dodge Kemmer tied for 33rd overall with a three-over par 219 (71-73-75), just one stroke behind Grube. Senior Zack Miller tied for 39th with a 221 (78-69-74).

Team Scores: 1. Georgia 850, T2. Stanford 851, T2. Clemson 851, 4. Alabama 855, 5. East Tennessee State 856, 6. Oklahoma State 862, 7. Minnesota 864, 8. Georgia Tech 865, 9. Florida 867, 10. Virginia Tech 878, 11. Texas 882, 12. Duke 884, 13. Kent State 890, 14. Northwestern 894, 15. Purdue 899, 16. Illinois 900, 17. Michigan 904, 18. North Carolina State 910.

Stanford Scores: T1. Joseph Bramlett 209, T12. Matt Savage 214, T27. Rob Grube 218, T33. Dodge Kemmer 219, T39. Zack Miller 221.

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