Stanford Men Take Fourth At Pac-10 Championships
April 25, 2007
Eugene, Ore. - Paced by junior Rob Grube, the Stanford men's golf team placed fourth at the 2007 Pac-10 Championships at the Eugene Country Club with a four-round score of 1,436. Stanford shot a five-under 355 today in the final round. USC won their first Pac-10 title, firing a 51-under par 1,389 at the par 72, 7,033 yard course. The margin of victory was the third-largest in conference history, and the most since 2000, when Arizona State won the tournament by 37 strokes with a 56-under.
UCLA finished second in the tournament after their final round 3-under 357 left the Bruins at 15-under 1425. Arizona State's Niklas Lemke finished second in the individual race with a 13-under 275 to help the Sun Devils finish third at 1433.
After Stanford, it was Washington (1453), followed by Arizona (1457), Oregon State (1458), Oregon (1464), California (1468) and Washington State (1484).
USC's Jamie Lovemark took home the individual title with a 19-under par 269 over four rounds of play.
Stanford's Rob Grube capped a successful four rounds with a seventh place finish, carding a six-under 282 (71-70-71-70). Senior Matt Savage turned in a top 20 finish, tying for 16th overall at even par 288 (70-76-71-71). Fellow senior Zack Miller tied for 22nd with a 290 (71-75-73-71) while teammates Daniel Lim (70-75-75-72) and Joseph Bramlett (78-70-71-73) tied for 28th with a 292. Freshman Jordan Cox tied for 41st with a 296 (74-74-77-71).
The field for the May 17-19 NCAA regionals will be announced on May 7.