Men's Golf tied for Third after First Round of Hawaii-Hilo Invitational

Feb. 7, 2007

Kona, Hawaii - The Arizona State men's golf team is tied for third place with Georgia Tech after the first round of the Hawaii-Hilo Invitational. ASU shot a 8-under 272 at the par-71, 6,120-yard Waikoloa Village Golf Club. Stanford is in first place after shooting a 12-under 261.

Leading the Sun Devils was the All-American tandem of Niklas Lemke and Benjamin Alvarado Holley who each shot a 5-under 66 to tie for third place. Freshman Tristan Bierenbroodspot shot a 3-under 68 to tie for 17th. Sophomore Steele DeWald tied for 61 after shooting a 1-over 72. Rounding out the Sun Devils was freshman Knut Borsheim who shot a 2-over 73.

The second round of the Hawaii-Hilo Invitational will continue tomorrow with the final round played on Feb. 9.

Live scoring is unavailable for the tournament.

   Fin.   School                   Scores         1   Stanford University      268           -12         2   Oregon State U.          270           -10         3   Georgia Tech             272            -8             Arizona State U.         272            -8         5   Oklahoma State U.        273            -7             UC Davis                 273            -7         7   Kansas, U. of            274            -6         8   Oregon, U. of            275            -5             Southern California      275            -5        10   Santa Clara Univ.        276            -4             Washington, U. of        276            -4        12   Texas Tech Univ.         277            -3        13   Colorado, U. of          279            -1        14   TCU                      282            +2             Hawaii, Univ. of         282            +2        16   Pacific, U. of the       284            +4        17   Oklahoma, U. of          285            +5        18   Hawaii-Hilo, U. of       308           +28

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