Men's Golf In Sixth After Round One At Nelson Invite
Oct. 23, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a 285 in the first round of the Nelson Invitational, held at the Stanford Golf Course, and are currently in sixth place overall. Georgia State leads the field by two shots after carding a 275 this afternoon. Rounding out the top five are New Mexico (277), UNLV (279), Notre Dame (279) and Missouri (284).
New Mexico's Spencer Levin fired a four-under par 65 today and leads the field of individuals. Georgia State's Steve Tiley and UNLV's Ryan Moore are tied for second, two strokes back, with a 67. Seven players are tied for fourth with a one-under par 68, including Cardinal Matthew Shin, who is competing as an individual.
Senior Kevin Blue shot an even par 69 and is tied for 11th overall. Teammates Kyle Gentry and Rob Grube are tied for 21st with a two-over par 71 on the afternoon. Cardinal Matthew Savage is tied for 51st with a 74, followed by Zack Miller, who is tied for 61st (75). Teddy Collins, who is competing as an individual, is tie for 21st as well (71) while Scott MacDonald checks in tied for 35th with a 72. Senior Pat Phillips is tied for 51st (74).
Second round action continues tomorrow at the Stanford Golf Course with tee times beginning at 8 a.m.