April 26, 2002
The UCLA men's golf team is sixth after two rounds at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, hosted by Oregon State at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, OR.
The Bruins posted a team score of 735 and trail first place USC, which is tied for first with Oregon State at 716. Stanford is third at 720, followed by fourth-place Arizona at 733 and fifth place Washington at 734.
The Pac-10 Tournament counts the best five of six scores over 72 holes.
Individually for the Bruins, sophomore Roy Moon and freshman Breene Murphy are tied for 16th place at 145, one over par. Sophomore John Merrick and senior Parker McLachlin are tied for 30th at 148. Freshman John Poucher is tied for 34th at 149 and sophomore Steve Conway is tied for 47th at 152.
Stanford's Jim Seki and Oregon State's Michael Jurgensen are tied for the lead at six-under par 138. USC's Kevin Stadler is in a group of three players tied for third at 140.
The third round continues Friday and the final round begins on Saturday.