March 2, 2004
The second-ranked UCLA men's golf team tied for sixth place at the Cleveland Classic, hosted by USC at the North Ranch Country Club.
The Bruins posted their second straight score of 291, seven-over par, and finished with a 54-hole total of 875, 23-over par. Texas won the tournament with a three-round total of 847, five-under par, followed by USC at 862 and Texas Christian and BYU at 872.
UCLA senior Steve Conway tied for ninth place, vaulting from 31st place after posting a two-under par score of 69 in the final round. Conway's three-round total of 215 was two-over par. Senior John Merrick tied for 19th at 217 after posting a 68 on Tuesday and senior Travis Johnson tied for 26th at 219. Junior John Poucher tied for 64th at 229 and senior Roy Moon placed 77th at 233.
Texas boasted the tournament's top three finishers. Medalist Matt Rosenfeld (208) won by one shot over teammates Jeff Bell and Jason Hartwick (209). Cal's Peter Tomasulo also tied for second place.
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