Stanford Takes Ninth at Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational
Oct. 23, 2007
Windermere, Fla. - The No. 8 Stanford men's golf team shot a 297 in the final round of the Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational at the Isleworth Country Club today and finished the tournament in ninth place with a 15-over-par 879 (291-291-297).
Fifth-ranked Georgia won the tournament after racing ahead of the field for the second straight day with a 13-under 275. The Bulldogs shattered the previous tournament record with a 23-under 841 (291-275-275) over the 54 holes, and finished 21 strokes ahead of second place Clemson, which shot an 862 (287-290-285). USC (863), Oklahoma State (866) and Wake Forest (868) rounded out the top five. Stanford finished three strokes behind eighth place South Carolina (876).
The 18-team field at the event included 16 2007 NCAA participants, 14 top-50 teams and six members of the current top-10.
Cardinal freshman Sihwan Kim paced Stanford with his third top-25 finish of the year. The Buena Park, Calif. native carded a one-under-par 215 (71-71-73) and tied for 13th place.
Sophomore Joseph Bramlett finished in 33rd with a five-over 221 (73-73-75), sophomore Jordan Cox tied for 40th with a six-over 222 (73-72-77) and senior Rob Grube tied for 48th with a seven-over 223 (74-75-74). Junior Dodge Kemmer rounded out the Cardinal players in a tie for 71st with a 13-over 229 (79-75-75).
Unranked Harris English of Georgia captured individual medalist honors. Stanford has recorded four top-10 finishes in as many tries this fall.
Stanford returns to action Nov. 5-7 at the CordeValle Classic hosted by UCLA at the CordeValle Golf Club in San Martin, Calif.
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