Bruins Lead at CordeValle after Two Rounds
Oct. 31, 2005
The UCLA men's golf team was in first place after two rounds of competition at the CordeValle Collegiate, hosted by the Bruins in San Martin, CA.
UCLA posted rounds of 284 (-4)-281 (-7) -- 565 (-11) and was leading second place Northwestern by three shots. The Wildcats blistered the course in the second round with a team score of 277 (-11) to set a single round tournament record. Arkansas was third at 575 (-1), followed by Texas and California at 579 (+3).
Individually for the Bruins, sophomore Daniel Im was atop the leaderboard at six-under par 138 after posting rounds of 71-67. Freshman Lucas Lee was tied for 10th place after posting round of 70-72--142 (-2). Freshmen Erik Flores and James Lee were tied for 16th at even par 144. Flores carded rounds of 75-69 and Lee posted rounds of 71-73. Junior Chris Heintz was tied for 22nd at 145 (+1) after signing for rounds of 72-73.
Cal's Michael Wilson was in second place, one shot behind Im at 139 (-5) after posting rounds of 69-70.
Final round action continues Tuesday.
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