Cardinal Men Finish Fifth At Oregon Duck Invitational
March 27, 2007
Eugene, Ore. - The Stanford men's golf team shot a blistering 283 on the final day of competition at the Oregon Duck Invitational to move up five spots and finish fifth overall with a three-round total of 880 (300-297-283). The Cardinal's round of 283 was the low team round of the day. USC won the tournament with an 868, followed by Oregon State (874), Arizona (875), Oregon (875) and Stanford (880).
The weather was overcast, few light showers with temperatures around 50 at the par-72, 7,033-yard Eugene Country Club.
Stanford was led by senior golfer Matt Savage who shot a two-under par 70 today to end the invite with a 219 (75-74-70) and tied for sixth individually. Teammate Daniel Lim tied for 12th after carding a 220 (72-77-71) while senior Zack Miller tied for 17th with a 221 (76-74-71). Freshman Joseph Bramlett tied for 27th (77-73-74) along with Rob Grube (77-76-71) with a 224. Rounding out the Stanford competitors was Matt Shin who tied for 65th with a 238 (81-80-77).
There was a three-way tie for top individual honors with Washington's Alex Prugh, UCLA's Kevin Chappell and USC's Jamie Lovemark all checking in with a two-under par 214 for the tournament.
Stanford is next in action April 14-15 when they host the U.S. Intercollegiate at the Stanford Golf Course.
Stanford Golfers - t6. Matt Savage 75-74-70-219, t12. Daniel Lim 72-77-71-220, t17. Zack Miller 76-74-71-221, t27. Joseph Bramlett 77-73-74-224, t27. Rob Grube 77-76-71-224, t65. Matt Shin 81-80-77-238.
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