Kaito Onishi, Leon D'Souza Lead USC Men's Golf In Pac-12 Championships 36-Hole Opener
Kaito Onishi fired a pair of sub-par rounds and while senior Leon D'Souza almost matched him, the duo both in the top 10 to lead USC during a 36-hole opening day of the 2021 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships at the Mayacama Golf Club in Santa Rosa, Calif., on Monday (April 26).
The Trojans are tied for fifth with Oregon State at par 720 (356-364). Arizona State (-25) and Arizona (-24) are atop the leaderboard with Oregon third (-15), Stanford fourth (-5).
Onishi is seventh at 5-under 139 (68-71), racing up the leaderboard at the end of the day after sinking birdies on five of his final seven holes. He almost matched that in his first round, closing with four birdies over his last five holes.
D'Souza is tied for 10th at 3-under 141 (69-72), the senior making hay over the final four holes in both rounds. He closed the first round with an eagle on 15 and birdies on 17 and 18 and birdied all three holes in the second round.
Freshman Shane Ffrench is tied for 20th at 1-under 143 (70-73). He opened with a clean first round with three birdies against one bogey. He turned at 1-under in his second round before wrapping play at 1-over.
Junior Cameron Henry is tied for 46th at 5-over 149 (76-73). He closed his first round with an eagle on 18 and had two birdies in his second.
Senior Kyle Suppa (78-75) and sophomore Tyler Guo (73-80) are tied for 64th at 9-over 153.