Men's Golfers Tied for 16th at PING/Arizona Intercollegiates

Jan. 29, 2001

The UCLA men's golf team is tied for 16th place after the first round of the PING/Arizona Intercollegiates at The Raven at Sabino Springs in Tucson, AZ

The Bruiins posted a score of 303, 19-over par, and trail first place USC by 27 shots. The Trojans lead the field with a score of 276, eight-under par, followed by Ohio State at 283 (-1) and Arizona State and California at 286.

There is a four-way tie for first place at 67, four under par, among South Carolina's Kyle Thompson, Ohio State's Mike Austin, USC's Kevin Stadler and Arizona State's Brady Stockton. UCLA's Travis Johnson fired a round of 70, one under par, and is tied for 10th with three other players.

Junior Parker McLachlin is tied for 40th at 74. Sophomore J.T. Kohut is tied for 76th at 78, junior Sang-Eun Ji is tied for 91st at 81 and freshman John Merrick is 103rd at 86.

Action continues Tuesday with the completion of the second round, which was suspended because of darkness, followed by the final round.

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