Stanford Men Take Sixth At 2004 Prestige
Nov. 2, 2004
La Quinta, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team fired the third-best round of the day - an eight-over par 296 - to move up four spots and finish sixth overall with a 924 total at The Prestige golf tournament in La Quinta, Calif. UCLA took first in the 16-team field with a three-round total of 904. Rounding out the top five were UC Davis (913), UC Irvine (917), Texas Tech (917) and Oklahoma (922).
Sophomore Zack Miller led the Cardinal charge, tying for fifth individually, after shooting a three-under par 69 today, to bring his three-round total to 223 (79-75-69). Teammate Kyle Gentry tied for 22nd overall with a 231, after carding a two-over 74 in the final round. Cardinal Scott MacDonald, competing as an individual, tied for 33rd, with a 234 (80-78-76) while freshman Rob Grube moved up into a tie for 39th with a 236 (75-86-75). Senior Kevin Blue tied for 45th (80-80-78--238) and freshman Teddy Collins tied for 76th (86-82-82--250). Cardinal Pat Phillips, competing as an individual, finished 80th (88-84-82--254)
UC Davis' Erik Hill took top individual honors carding a one-over par 217 for the tournament. Cole Isban, from Notre Dame, was second with a 219, followed by Texas Tech's Shaun Melville (220) and UC Irvine's Brian Edick (222). Three players tied for fifth with a 223, including Cardinal Zack Miller.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.