Men's Golf In Fourth After Two Rounds Of Western Intercollegiate

March 28, 2005

Santa Cruz, Calif. - The Stanford men's golf team shot rounds of 300 and 289 on the opening day of the Western Intercollegiate, held at the Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz, Calif. Their two round total of 589 puts them in fourth place overall - just seven strokes off the pace. Oregon leads the field with a 582, followed by Kansas (584), UCLA (586), Stanford (589) and UC Irvine (590).

Leading the charge for the Cardinal are senior Kevin Blue (75-70) and sophomore Zack Miller (70-75) who are tied for 12th individually with a five-over par 145. Freshman Rob Grub is tied for 34th after recording a 150 (79-71) while teammate Teddy Collins is tied for 43rd with a 151 (76-75). Cardinal Matthew Savage is tied for 51st overall at 152 (79-73).

Cal Poly's J.J. Scurich sits atop the individual leaderboard after carding a two-under 138 in today's two rounds. UCLA's Daniel Im is second with an even par 140. Two players are tied for third, just one stroke behind Im, with a 141.

Final round action concludes tomorrow at the par 70, 6, 645 yard course.

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