Men's Golf Hosts U.S. Intercollegiate
April 13, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team host the U.S. Intercollegiate, this Saturday and Sunday, April 17-18, at the Stanford Golf Course (par 71/6,835 yards). Teams will play 36 holes on Saturday with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. The final 18 holes will be played on Sunday with another shotgun start (8 a.m.). Five players will compete for each team with the four low scores counting towards the team score.
Participating teams include: host-Stanford, Fresno State, Oregon, Oregon State, Long Beach State, UC Irvine, California, UC Riverside, San Diego, San Diego State, Santa Clara, UCLA, San Jose State, San Francisco, Washington State, University of Texas, Portland and University of the Pacific.
UCLA won the team championship last year, firing a 12 under par 840 (279-277-284) over three rounds. San Diego State's Mark Warman took top individual honors carding a seven-under par 206 (71-62-73).
Stanford finished seventh in 2003 with a team score of 864. Kevin Blue led the Cardinal with a tie for 19th individually (214), followed by teammate Jim Seki (217) who tied for 28th. George Downing tied for 34th with a 218 and Blake Mastalir tied for 37th, along with Kyle Gentry with a 219. Pat Phillips tied for 46th (22) and Scott MacDonald placed 83rd (232). Ron Won finished 84th (233) and Eric Johnson took 90th (249).
Results will be posted at www.gostanford.com at the conclusion of each day.
Up next for the Cardinal is the 2004 Pac-10 Championships, which will be held in Tucson, Arizona, April 26-28.