Men's Golf Eighth after Two Rounds at Pac-10 Championship
April 27, 2009
The 17-ranked UCLA men's golf team was tied for eighth place after 36 holes in the 50th Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship, hosted at the Seattle Country Club.
The Bruins posted a two-round total of 749 (+29) and trailed the University of Washington by 24 strokes. The Huskies owned the 36-hole lead at 725 (+5). Forty-third ranked Oregon was second at 729 (+9), followed by unranked Oregon State at 735 (+11). In a tie for fourth were Arizona State and No.5 Stanford at 737 (+17).
Individually, senior Erik Flores and sophomore Philip Francis led the Bruins. Both were tied for 13th at 146 (+2). Flores posted two rounds of 73 and Francis had rounds of 72-74. Tied for 36th was sophomore Connor Driscoll at 151 (+7) after carding rounds of 75-76. Freshmen Alex Shi Yup Kim and Gregor Main were tied for 44th at 153 (+9). Kim posted scores of 75-78 and Main signed for scores of 76-77. Freshman Beau Schoolcraft was in 59th place at 167 (+23).
Washington's Darren Wallace held the first round lead at two-under par 142 after carding rounds of 70-72.
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