Golfers Fourth after 36 Holes at U.S. Intercollegiates
April 18, 2009
The 18th-ranked UCLA men's golf team was in fourth place after 36 holes at the U.S. Intercollegiates hosted at the Stanford Golf Course Saturday.
The Bruins posted a two-round total of 550 (-10) and were 13 shots off the pace set by eighth-ranked Washington (537, -23). No. 3 USC was third at 545 (-15), followed by 22nd-ranked Arizona State at 549 (-11). No. 4 Stanford was fifth at 551 (+9).
For the Bruins, senior Erik Flores was the low man at 135 (-5) after rounds of 68-67. Sophomore Philip Francis was tied for 13th at 137 (-3) following rounds of 69-68. In a tie for 22nd at one-under par 139 were freshmen Alex Shi Yup Kim and Gregor Main. Kim fired rounds of 70-69 and Main posted scores of 68-71. Freshman Beau Schoolcraft was tied for 84th at 153 (+13). Sophomore Connor Driscoll, playing as an individual, was tied for 58th at 145 (+5) after carding scores of 71-74.
Washington's Tze Huang Choo was the two-round leader with scores of 65-65-130 (-10).
Final round action continues Sunday.
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