Stanford Remains in Second Place After Two Rounds of The Prestige at PGA West

Oct. 12, 2009

LA QUINTA, Calif. - The eighth-ranked Stanford men's golf team remains in second place after two rounds of The Prestige being held at PGA West in La Quinta.

The Cardinal shot a team score of 296 today after yesterday's round of 282. Stanford's 36-hole team score of 578 trails first place TCU by four shots heading into tomorrow's final round. UCLA (579), USC (581) and Washington (582) along with San Diego (583) are also in contention for the team title.

Stanford junior Sihwan Kim is tied for second among the individuals after carding and even par round of 72 today after yesterday's 68. Kim had three birdies on his card today to go along with three bogies.

Kim is tied with UCLA's Pedro Figueiredo for second place, as both golfers trail TCU's Daniel Jenneverdt (136) by four shots heading into the final 18 holes.

Sophomore David Chung moved up the leaderboard into a tie for fifth place after shooting his second straight 71.

Senior Jordan Cox finds himself tied for 17th place at 146 on rounds of 72 and 74.

Junior Steve Ziegler slipped back into a tie for 38th place after shooting a 79 today.

Freshman Andrew Yun is tied for 46th at 152 on rounds of 73 and 79.

Graham Brockington (t-63rd; 75-81-156), Andre DeDecker (t-63rd; 79-77-156) and Steve Kearney (t-63rd; 81-75-156) are playing as individuals.

The final 18 holes will be contested tomorrow at PGA West.

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