Bruins Climb to Fourth at Pac-10 Championships
April 27, 2010
The fourth-ranked UCLA men's golf team inched up the leader board one step following the third round in the 51st Pac-10 Championship at Arizona State's Karsten Golf Course.
The Bruins posted a team score of 351 (-4) and were in fourth place at 1,044 (-21). That score was 21 shots behind first place Stanford, which posted a score of 348 (-7) and had a 54-hole total of 1,023 (-42). Washington, which fired the low round of the day (340, -15), jumped into second place at 1,030 (-35). Host Arizona State was third at 1,036 (-29). USC trailed the Bruins by a stroke in fifth place at 1,045 (-20), followed by Oregon in sixth at 1,049 (-16). Oregon State was seventh at 1,050 (-15), Arizona was eighth at 1,055 (-10) and Cal was ninth at 1,056 (-9). Washington State was 10th at 1,061 (+16).
Individually for the Bruins, sophomore Gregor Main fired a third round score of 64 (-7) and vaulted eight spots up the leader board to fourth place at 201 (-12). The UCLA sophomore recorded seven birdies without a bogey and trailed the leader by five shots. Freshman Pedro Figueiredo was the only other player under par for his round, posting a third round score of 70 (-1) for a three-round score of 214 (+1), tied for 35th. Pontus Widegren was tied for 14th at 207 (-6) after his score of 72 (+1). Sophomore Alex Shi Yup Kim posted a round of one-over par 72 and was tied for 24th at 211 (-2). Freshman Mario Clemens was tied for 29th at one-under par 212 following Tuesday's round of 74 (+3). Junior Connor Driscoll posted a 77 (+6) in the third round as was tied for 53rd at 221 (+8).
Arizona State's Jesper Kennegard continued to lead the field at 198 (-15) after Tuesday's round of 67.
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