Bruins Remain in Eighth at Pac-10 Championship
April 28, 2009
The 17th ranked UCLA men's golf team remained in eighth place at the 50th Pac-10 Championship Tuesday following 54 holes of play at the Seattle Country Club.
Host Washington remained the leader in the clubhouse, firing a score of 13-under par 347 for a three-round total of 1,072 (-9). Oregon, ranked 40th nationally, posted a 10-under par score of 350 on Tuesday and was comfortably in second place at 1,079 (-1). The rest of the field was at least 14 shots behind, including the Bruins who were five-over par on the day with a score of 365 and a 54-hole total of 1,114 (+34).
Senior Erik Flores and sophomore Connor Driscoll both shot 70 (-2) in the third round. Flores was tied for ninth at even par 216 and Driscoll moved up 13 spots into a tie for 23rd at 222 (+6). Sophomore Philip Francis remained in a tie for 14th place at 218 (+2) following a round of 72 (E). Freshman Gregor Main stayed in a tie for 44th at 10-over par 226 following his round of 73 (+1). After posting a score of 80 (+8), freshman Alex Shi Yup Kim fell to 53rd place at 233 (+17). Finally, freshman Beau Schoolcraft was in 59th place at 248 (+32).
Washington's Darren Wallace fired a seven-under 65 and built a five-shot lead entering the final round on Wednesday. Wallace was in first place at 207 (-9).
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