Stanford Seven Back, In Ninth After The First Round Of NCAA West Regional

May 15, 2008

STANFORD, Calif. - The seventh-ranked Stanford men's golf team is currently in ninth place after one round of play of the 2008 NCAA West Regional at the Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton, Wash. Senior Rob Grube has been the best performer for the Cardinal so far, shooting a one-under-par 71.

The Pac-10 teams in the tournament are certainly making their presence felt, as four teams, No. 48 Oregon, No. 2 USC, No. 4 UCLA, and host Washington are atop the leaderboard. The Ducks hold the outright lead with a one-over-par 289, while the Trojans, Bruins, and Huskies are all knotted for second. Oregon also has a hold of the individual leaderboard, as Joey Benedetti shot a three-under par 69.

Stanford will begin second round action tomorrow at 7:18 a.m. Admission to the tournament is free.

NCAA West Regional
Gold Mountain Golf Club
Bremerton, Wash.

Through First Round
9 Stanford University
+8 F 296 296
T3 Rob Grube
-1 F 71 71
T19 Sihwan Kim
+1 F 73 73
T64 Dodge Kemmer
+4 F 76 76
T64 Jordan Cox
+4 F 76 76
T99 Steve Ziegler
+6 F 78 78

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