UCLA Takes 36-Hole Lead At Championship
CORVALLIS, Ore.-- The UCLA Bruins lived up to their ranking as they posted a 1-under 720 to take the team lead after 36 holes of the Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore.
After shooting a 7-over 367 during the morning's first round, the second-ranked Bruins rallied in the afternoon to fire an 8-under 352 and take a three stroke lead over 11th-ranked OREGON. The CALIFORNIA Golden Bears set the pace early with a 1-under 359 in the morning's first round and are in a third-place tie with USC at 4-over 724.
UCLA sophomore Patrick Cantlay shot a 5-under 139 (69-70) and junior Pedro Figueiredo posted a 4-under 140 (71-69) to lead the Bruins. Cantlay sits third on the individual leader board, while Figueriedo is tied for fourth.
Leading the individual race is Oregon senior Eugene Wong with a 7-under 137 (69-68). He holds a one-stroke lead over STANFORD junior Andrew Yun, who carded a 6-under 138 (68-70).
Stanford sophomore Cameron Wilson was undaunted by the cool and drizzling conditions in the afternoon as he posted the low score of the day with a 6-under 66 in the second round. After shooting a 4-over 76 in the morning round, he made the biggest jump on the leader board, moving from a tie at 45th to a tie for 7th at 2-under 132.
The Championship continues with third round action on Saturday morning starting at 9 a.m., with the final round on Sunday at 8 a.m.
1. UCLA (-1)
2. Oregon (+2)
T3. California (+4)
T3. USC (+4)
5. Oregon State (+7)
T6. Washington State (+13)
T6. Stanford (+13)
8. Washington (+14)
9. Colorado (+17)
10. Arizona (+26)
11. Arizona State (+33)
12. Utah (+44)
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