Trojans Remain 7th At Pac-10s

April 28, 2009

Results at Golfstat.com

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Senior Tom Glissmeyer remained the USC men's golf team's top player after three rounds of the 2009 Pac-10 Championships, but No. 3 Troy's quest for a 19th conference title was subdued at the Seattle (Wash.) G.C. as the Trojans remained in seventh after Tuesday's action.

Despite turning in its best team round of the event thus far, USC stands at 31-over 1111 (371-374-366). Well back of the battle for first, Troy is still jockeying for five points in the Lexus-Gauntlet competition, the year-long, all-sports battle between USC and UCLA. The team that finishes highest at the Pac-10 Championships will secure five points for their respective school. Troy currently leads 50-40.

Host Washington, enjoying a home-course advantage, leads the field at 8-under 1072 (365-360-347) while fellow Northwest school Oregon is in second at (1-under 1079, 366-363-350). Arizona State is third (1093) and is followed by Stanford (1096), Oregon State (1096), Cal (1104), USC (1111), UCLA (1114), Arizona (1116) and Washington State (1138).

Glissmeyer is tied for 14th at 2-over 218 (71-75-72). His third round, starting on the 10th hole, including four birdies. He was 1-under going out and 1-over coming in.

Junior Jamie Lovemark (76-72-74), sophomore Matt Giles (75-75-72) and freshman Steve Lim (74-76-72) are tied for 26th at 6-over 222.

Lovemark was par going out, 2-over going in, Giles was even on both the front and back 9 (though 2-under over the final 11 holes) while Lim was 3-over on the front 9 and 3-under on the back.

Sophomore Tim Sluiter is tied for 49th at 11-over 227 (75-76-760 while sophomore Bo DeHuff is tied for 51st at 15-over 231 (76-77-78).

Action continues Wednesday.

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