Stanford Tied for Seventh After Two Rounds of ASU Thunderbird Invitational
April 2, 2010
TEMPE, Ariz. - Stanford's men's golf team is tied for seventh place with the University of Washington after two rounds of the Arizona State/Thunderbird Invitational being held at the Karsten Course in Tempe.
The Cardinal shot a team score of 281 in the morning and then came back with a 290 this afternoon and are 17 strokes behind first place Arizona (554) heading into the final 18 holes tomorrow.
USC is alone in second place at 556 (-12), two strokes in front of third place UCLA (558; -10). Arizona State (567; -1) and Oregon (569; +1) round out the top five.
Sophomore David Chung is tied for 11th place after 36 holes after carding rounds of 68 and 72 today. He is seven strokes behind leader Steve Lin of USC (68-65-133).
Chung had four birdies and one bogey on his morning card en route to a three-under 68 on the Karsten Course. He came back in the afternoon with a one-over round of 72, which included a double bogey on the par-3 17th hole.
Freshman Andrew Yun, a native of nearby Chandler, Ariz., is tied for 18th place at 141 (-1) after rounds of 70 and 71. His up-and-down afternoon round featured five birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey.
Senior Joseph Bramlett is tied for 34th plaec at 144 (+2) after rounds of 70 and 74.
Steve Ziegler carded a pair of 73's today and is tied for 51st place with teammate Steve Kearney (71-75), who is playing as an indivdual. Kearney's afternoon round featured an eagle 3 on the par-5 10th hole.
Sihwan Kim had one of his worst days as a collegian, carding a pair of 82's and is in 89th place with a 164.
The final round of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational will be contested tomorrow on the Karsten Course.