Men's Golf Tied For Fifth After Round One Of NCAA West Regional
May 17, 2007
Tempe, Ariz. - Paced by senior Zack Miller, the nationally ranked Stanford men's golf team fired an 11-under 277 on the first day of competition at the NCAA West Regional in Tempe, Arizona. The Cardinal are tied for fifth overall heading into the second round. UCLA leads the field with a 20-under 268. Rounding out the top five are South Carolina (273), Arizona State (275), New Mexico (275), Stanford (277), USC (277) and Pepperdine (277).
Senior Zack Miller fired a five-under 67 to lead Stanford and is tied for seventh individually. Miller eagled the fifth and 10th holes today while recording birdies on the second and eighth holes. Junior Rob Grube turned in a three-under par 69 and is tied for 21st on the individual leaderboard. Grube birdied the second, third, eighth and 12th holes. Senior Matt Savage is tied for 40th with a two-under 70 with birdies on the fourth, fifth, eighth and 17 holes today. Freshman Joseph Bramlett is tied for 55st with a one-under par 71 while teammate Daniel Lim is tied for 74th at even par 72.
UCLA's Erik Flores leads the individual field at eight-under par 64. New Mexico's Charlie Beljan is one stroke off the pace with a seven-under 65. Five players are tied for third with a six-under par 66.
Action continues tomorrow at the par 72, 7,057 yard Karsten Golf Course.
Live scoring will be available at www.golfstat.com each day.