Stanford Men In First At U.S. Intercollegiate
April 14, 2007
Stanford, Calif. - Paced by junior Rob Grube, the Stanford men's golf team shot rounds of 280 and 276 (four-under par 556) to take a five stroke lead on the first day of competition at the 2007 U.S. Intercollegiate held at the Stanford Golf Course. Grube has a three stroke lead individually after carding a six under par 134 (65-69) . Minnesota is second (561), followed by UC Irvine (572), Oregon State (572), Missouri (577) and Nevada (577).
Rounding at the top 10 are Washington (578), UC Davis (581), Washington State (581) and Arkansas (581).
Golfers dealt with a light morning rain and windy conditions in the afternoon today on the course.
But that didn't stop Cardinal Rob Grube who turned in two sub-par rounds to take a three stroke lead on the individual leaderboard with a 134 (65-69). Teammate Daniel Lim, who is competing as an individual, is tied for second (67-70) with Minnesota's Bronson LaCassie (68-69) with a three-under 137. Five golfer are tied for fourth with a one-under par 139, including Stanford's Joseph Bramlett (71-68).
Cardinal Matt Savage is tied for ninth with an even par 140 after carding rounds of 72 and 68. Teammates Matt Shin (73-70) and Dodge Kemmer (69-74) are tied for 19th with a 143. Freshman Jordan Cox is tied for 26th after posting two rounds of 72 for a 144 today. Senior Zack Miller is tied for 32nd with a 146 (75-71).
Tee times will begin at 7 a.m. on Sunday at the par 70, 6,742 yard Stanford Golf Course.
Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com. Admission is free to the public.