Cardinal Men Tied For Sixth At Pac-10 Championships
April 25, 2005
Walla Walla, Wash. - The Stanford men's golf team shot rounds of 363 and 359 on the opening day of the 2005 Pac-10 Championships in Walla Walla, Washington at the par 71, 6,606 yard Walla Walla Country Club course. Their two-round total of 722 (+12) puts them into a tie for sixth place overall heading into tomorrow's round. UCLA leads the field with a three-under 707, followed by Arizona State's 709. California and USC are tied for third (714), while Washington State (717) rounds out the top five.
Arizona and Stanford are tied for sixth (722). Rounding out the rest of the schools are Washington (724), Oregon (726) and Oregon State (729).
Freshman Rob Grube turned in rounds of 69 and 72 today and is tied for 11th overall with a one-under 141 to lead the Cardinal. Senior Kevin Blue shot a 70 and 73 this afternoon and is tied for 17th with a one-over 143. Teammates Pat Phillips (78-69) and Matthew Savage (73-74) are tied for 39th overall with a 147. Stanford's Kyle Gentry is tied for 49th (76-73) with a 150 while Scott MacDonald is 59th (73-82) with a 155.
ASU's Pat Moore sits atop the individual leaderboard after firing an eight-under par 134 today (67-67). UCLA's Kevin Chappell and California's Michael Jensen are tied for second, three strokes back (137). Golden Bear Brandon Beck is fourth (138) while Washington's Erik Olson and USC's Taylor Wood are tied for fifth (139).
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.