Bruins Finish Second at NCAA Championships

June 4, 2004

The second-ranked UCLA men's golf team finished in second place Friday at the 107th NCAA Championships in Hot Springs, VA. The 72-hole tournament was played at The Cascades Course on the Homestead Resort.

Nineteenth-ranked California won its first NCAA championship in men's golf by posting a one-under par team score of 279 for a four-round total of 1,134, 14-over par. The Bruins were 13-over par on the day and finished with a 72-hole score of 1,140, 20-over par. Arizona finished third at 1,148, followed by Texas at 1149 and Georgia Tech at 1,151.

Individually for the Bruins, senior Travis Johnson finished fifth at three-under par 277 after posting a final round score of 72 (+2). Senior Roy Moon, who birdied two of the last three holes, also carded a 72 and tied for 10th place at 282 (+2). Senior John Merrick tied for 36th at 291 (+11) after posting a 75 on Friday and Steve Conway carded a 76 to tie for 56th at 297 (+17). Junior John Poucher tied for 68th at 301 (+21) after posting a 74.

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EVENT INFORMATION
UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Monday, Apr 11
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
Story
Tuesday, Apr 12
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
Story
Wednesday, Apr 13
vs. Western ...
Santa Cruz, CA
9th (+39, 1,089)
Friday, Apr 29
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
Story
Saturday, Apr 30
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
Story
Sunday, May 01
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Salt Lake City, UT
8th (+45, 1,465)
Monday, May 16
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
Story
Tuesday, May 17
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
Story
Wednesday, May 18
vs. NCAA Regionals
Kohler, WI
10th (+12, 876)
BRUINS ON PAC-12 NETWORKS