Washington, Stanford's Brown still on top through 54 at 2022 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships
SAMMAMISH, Wash. - Host No. 8 WASHINGTON and STANFORD junior Barclay Brown both maintained their team and individual leads, respectively, through three rounds of the 2022 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships at par-71, 6,979-yard Aldarra Golf Club.
UW (5-under 1060) was the only team in the red on Tuesday, firing a 1-under-par 354 to extend its lead over No. 4 ARIZONA STATE (2-over 1067) by three shots to seven. No. 17 STANFORD (4-over 1069) remains in contention nine shots back in third.
The Huskies, Sun Devils and Cardinal jockeyed atop the leaderboard most of the third round, but UW's Taehoon Song, Bo Peng and Noah Woolsey all closed with consecutive birdies to put the hosts in command heading to Wednesday's 18-hole finale.
Brown (10-under 203) continued his steady play with a 3-under 68 to maintain his one-shot cushion over UW's Woolsey (9-under 204). Brown (68-67-68) is the lone player in the 72-golfer field with three under-par rounds.
Tuesday's third round saw a pair of aces on the 110-yard ninth hole - ASU's Mason Andersen and UTAH's Blake Tomlinson. COLORADO's Dylan McDermott also recorded an ace in Monday's second round on the 181-yard second hole.
Wednesday's final round is slated to start off split tees beginning at 7:30 a.m. PT.
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