Golfers Finish Second at Pac-10 Men's Championships
April 25, 2007
Fourth-ranked UCLA captured second place and two players finished among the Top 10 individuals in the 48th Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship at the Eugene Country Club in Eugene, OR.
The Bruins posted a team score of 357 (-3) for a 72-hole total of 1,426 (-15), 36 shots behind USC, which won the event with a score of 1,389 (-51). Arizona State placed third at 1,433 (-7), followed by fourth-place Stanford at 1,436 (-4) and Washington at 1,453 (+13). Arizona took sixth at 1,457 (+17), followed by Oregon State at 1,458 (+18), Oregon at 1,464 (+24), Cal at 1,468 (+28) and Washington State at 1,484 (+44).
Individually for the Bruins, junior Daniel Im placed fifth with a 72-hole score of 280 (-8) after posting a final round score of 73 (+1). Junior Kevin Chappell tied for eighth place at 283 (-5) after carding a 70 (-2) on Wednesday. Sophomore Lucas Lee tied for 12th at 286 (-2) after a 71 (-1) and freshman Jason Kang tied for 14th at one-under par 287 following a 71 (-1). Sophomore Erik Flores tied for 31st at 293 (+5) after carding a 72 (E) and junior Craig Leslie tied for 46th at 298 (+10) following his final round 74 (+2).
The Men's Pac-10 Championship is a 72-hole event, featuring a six-player, count five format.
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