Men's Golf In Fourth At Pac-10 Championships
April 24, 2007
Eugene, Ore. - The Stanford men's golf team fell one spot to fourth place at the 2007 Pac-10 Championships after shooting a one-over par 361 on the second day of competition at the Eugene Country Club. The Cardinal's three-round total is 1,081 (356, 364, 361) at the par 72, 7,033 yard coarse. USC extended its lead with a 35-under par 1,045 after today's round. UCLA is second (1,068), followed by Arizona State (1,076), Stanford (1,081), and Washington (1,083).
Rounding out the field are Arizona (1,092), California (1,100), Washington State (1,100), Oregon State (1,101) and Oregon (1,102).
Stanford was again led by the steady play of junior Rob Grube who is in sixth overall with a four-under par 212 (71-70-71). Senior Matt Savage moved up from 25th into a tie for 19th today after shooting a one-under par 71 for a 217 total (70-76-71). Freshman Joseph Bramlett also made a move up the individual leaderboard to a tie for 28th after carding a one-under par 71 today as well. His three-round total is 219 (78-70-71).
Senior Zack Miller is currently tied for 28th as well with a 219 (71-75-73). Teammate Daniel Lim checks in tied for 33rd with a 220 (70-75-75) while freshman Jordan Cox is tied for 49th at 225 (74-74-77).
USC's Jamie Lovemark continues to pace the field with a 14-under par 202.
Action wraps up tomorrow at the Eugene Country Club.
Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com as well.
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