Men's Golfers 12th after Two Rounds at The Prestige

Nov. 7, 2000

The UCLA men's golf team is tied for 12th after two rounds at The Prestige, hosted by UC Davis at Desert Willow Golf Resort in Palm Desert.

The Bruins posted rounds of 300 and 291 for a 36-hole total of 591. They trail Stanford, which leads the field at 564. Pepperdine is second at 566, followed by UC Irvine at 567 and Nortwestern at 572. Washington is fifth at 575.

UCLA is within 11 shots of eighth place and trails 11th place UC Davis by two strokes.

UCLA sophomore Travis Johnson is tied for 17th after the first two rounds. He posted a one-under par 71 in the morning and a two-over par 74 in the afternoon for a total of 145. Pepperdine's Alex Rodgers leads the field at 136 after carding a second round, eight-under par 64. Stanford's James Lee is second at 137 (69-68), followed by Pepperdine's Michael Beard at 140.

UCLA freshman Roy Moon is tied for 36th at 148 after posting a two-under par 70 in the second round. Freshman John Merrick is tied for 43rd at 149, and freshman Steve Conway is tied for 52nd at 150. Junior Parker Mclachlin is tied for 72nd at 153 and sophomore J.T. Kohut is teid for 82nd at 158.

Final round action continues Tuesday.

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