UCLA Tied for Seventh after Opening Round at CordeValle
Nov. 3, 2008
The UCLA men's golf team was tied for seventh place following the opening round of the CordeValle Collegiate in San Martin, Calif.
The Bruins posted a team score of 374 (+14) and trailed first place USC by 17 shots. The Trojans took a 10-stroke lead into the second round, carding a team score of 357 (-3). The University of Charlotte was second at 367 (+7), followed by Stanford and Arkansas at 370 (+10). Washington was fifth at 372 (+12).
The CordeValle Collegiate is a six- player, count-five format.
Individually for the Bruins, freshman Gregor Main was tied for 10th place after posting an even par score of 72. Freshman Beau Schoolcraft was tied for 18th after posting a 73 (+1) and senior Erik Flores was tied for 23rd after carding a 74 (+2). Sophomore Philip Francis was tied for 42nd at 77 (+5). Tied for 50th place were freshmen Mauricio Azcue and Alex Kim at 78 (+6).
Sophomore Connor Driscoll, playing as an individual, was tied for 23rd place following a 74 (+2).
USC's Matthew Giles and Stanford's Sihwan Kim took the opening round lead after posting scores of 69 (-3).
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