Stanford Finishes Second at Pac-10 Championships
April 28, 2010
TEMPE, Ariz. - Stanford's men's golf team shot an eight-over team score of 363 in the final round of the Pac-10 Championships and finished second in the event, three shots behind Washington, which rallied from a seven stroke deficit to defend its team title.
The Cardinal, which led the field at the end of the first three rounds, finished the tournament with a 72-hole score of 1386 (-34). Washington carded a final round 353 (-2) in windy conditions to deny the Cardinal of winning its first Pac-10 team title since 1994.
USC finished third at 1396 (-24), followed by Arizona State (1401; -19) and Oregon State (1407; -13).
Stanford had three players finish in the top-10 of the individual competition, paced by senior Joseph Bramlett, who tied for fourth at 273 (-11). Bramlett carded a final round 75 on Wednesday after turning in three straight 66's.
Bramlett finished five strokes behind medalist Eric Mina of California, who turned in a final round 68 (-3) to overtake Arizona State's Jesper Kennegard (269; -15) for the individual title.
Sophomore David Chung shot his second straight 73 (+2) and finished tied for 20th at 282.
Junior Sihwan Kim was also part of the log jam at 282 after closing with a 73 on Wednesday.
Freshman Andre DeDecker shot a final round 77 and finished 58th at 299.