Stanford Men Use Third Round Surge To Finish Fifth At UH Hilo Intercollegiate
Feb. 10, 2006
Kona, Hi. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a final round of 281 today to take fifth overall at the UH Hilo Intercollegiate at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course with a three-round total of 858 (284-293-281). Georgia Tech won the event with a 27-under par 825, followed by Oklahoma State (839), Southern California (840) and Hawaii (850). Rounding out the top 10 were Stanford (858), Texas (861), Washington (864), Arizona State (866) Pepperdine (868) and Oklahoma (868).
Georgia Tech's Cameron Tringale took top individual honors with an 11-under par 202 for the tournament. Hawaii's Travis Toyama was second (203) just a stroke off the pace. OSU's Pablo Martin took third (204), followed by Yellowjacket Kevin Larsen (205).
For the Cardinal, Matt Savage shot a final round of three-under par 68 to tie for 17th overall with a one-under 212 (71-73-68). Teammate Dodge Kemmer tied for 29th with a one-over par 214 (71-71-72). Stanford's Zack Miller tied for 35th individually after carding a 217 (71-73-73) while Rob Grube tied for 39th (71-76-71) just one stroke behind Miller at 218. Cardinal Daniel Lim tied for 55th (221) after shooting a one-under par 70 in the final round of play.