Bruins Fourth after Two Rounds at U.S. Intercollegiates

April 21, 2001

The UCLA men's golf team is fourth after two rounds in the U.S. Intercollegiates at the Stanford Golf Course.

The Bruins own a 36-hole team total of 574, six-over par, and trail third place ASU, which is four under par at 564. Arizona leads the field at 557, 11-under par, followed by Oregon at 562. USC is fifth at 577 and Oregon State is sixth at 578.

UCLA sophomore J.T. Kohut fired a career best round of 68 in the afternoon and is tied for fifth place at 140.Junior Parker McLachlin is tied for 22nd at 144 after posting a second round score of 69. Sophomore Travis Johnson is tied for 27th at 145 and freshman John Merrick is tied for 37th at 146. Freshman Steve Conway is tied for 43rd at 147.

Arizona's Chris Nallen leads the field at 135 after rounds of 69-66, followed by Oregon's Aaron Byers at 137 (69-68).

Final round competition continues Sunday.

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