Stanford Maintains Lead at Pac-10 Championships
April 27, 2010
TEMPE, Ariz. - Stanford's men's golf team will take a seven shot lead into the final round of the Pac-10 Championships being contested at the Karsten Course in Tempe, Ariz.
The Cardinal maintained its place atop the leaderboard after three rounds, as Stanford shot a 7-under team score of 348 today and is now 42-under after 54 holes at 1023.
If Stanford is to win its first Pac-10 title since 1994, it will have to hold off a hard-charging Washington squad, which blistered the Karsten Course in the third round, carding a 15-under team score of 340 today. The Huskies are 35-under for the tournament and are seven strokes off the lead heading into tomorrow's final round.
Arizona State is in third place at 1036 (-29), followed by UCLA (1044; -21) and USC (1045; -20).
Stanford senior Joseph Bramlett turned in his third straight five-under 66 today and is in second place on the individual leaderboard at 198 (-15), two strokes behind leader Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State (196; -17).
Freshman Andrew Yun is now tied for eighth at 203 (-10) after carding a five-under 66 today.
Steve Ziegler is tied for 14th at 207 (-6) after turning in a one-under 70.
Sophomore David Chung slipped back into a tie for 18th after finishing with a two-over 73 today after posting a pair of 68's on Monday.
Junior Sihwan Kim was five-over on his round today, finishing with a 76 after turning in rounds of 63 and 70 on Monday.
Freshman Andre DeDecker is in 57th at 222 (+9) afer shooting a 73 today.
The final round of the Pac-10 Championships tee off tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. on the Karsten Course.