Men's Golf Tied For Third After First Day Of West Regionals

May 20, 2004

The Arizona State men's golf team is tied for third and just three shots out of the lead after the first round of the 2004 NCAA Division I West Regional held at Sunriver, Ore.

ASU shot a 2-under 286 and is three shots behind leader UCLA (283) and two shots behind second-place New Mexico (284). Washington and UC Riverside are tied for 10th at 5-over 293, which is the cut line for the 27 teams, as the top 10 teams advance to the NCAA Championships June 1-4 in Hot Springs, Va.

Individually, sophomore Alejandro Canizares and junior Jesse Mueller both shot a 2-under 70 to lead ASU, and are tied for eighth.

Both Chez Reavie and Mike Dermino shot a 1-over 73 and are tied for 40th while Niklas Lemke shot a 2-over 74 and is tied for 50th. There are 141 players competing in the Regional Championship.

The teams will play 18 holes both Friday and Saturday. Full results are available at golfstat.com

Team Scores, Day One1.	UCLA 283, -52.	New Mexico 284, -4T3.	Arizona State 286, -2T3. 	BYU 286, -2

Final Individual First Round Scores1. Travis Johnson, UCLA 66, -62. Justin Bertsch, Toledo 68, -4T8. Alejandro Canizares, ASU 70, -2T8. Jesse Mueller, ASU 70, -2T40. Mike Derminio, ASU 73, +1T40. Chez Reavie, ASU 73, +1T50. Niklas Lemke, ASU 74, +2

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