April 30, 2011
The No. 2 ranked UCLA men's golf team was tied for third place after three rounds at the 52nd Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship, hosted at the Stanford Golf Course in Palo Alto, CA.
The Bruins posted a team score on Saturday of 357 for a 54-hole total of 1,070 (+20) and were tied with Oregon. They trailed frontrunner USC by nine shots. Stanford was second at 1,064 (+14. Cal was fifth at 1,083 (+33).
Individually for the Bruins, junior Alex Shi Yup Kim was tied for fifth place at 209 (-1) after posting an even par round of 70 on Saturday. Freshman Patrick Cantly was tied for ninth at 212 (+2), following a score of 73 (+3). Junior Gregor Main was tied for 12th at 214 (+4) after posting a score of 71 (+1) in the third round. Tied for 28th place was sophomore Pontus Widegren at 218 (+18) after his score of 74 (+4), and tied for 36th place was sophomore Pedro Figueiredo at 220 (+10). Figueiredo carded the team's best score, a one-under 69. Finally, senior Connor Driscoll was tied for 53rd place at 227 (+17) following a round of 76 (+6).
Tied for first place at five-under par 205 were USC's Martin Trainer and Oregon State's Alex Moore. Both players carded scores of 69 (-1) on Saturday.
The Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship is a 72-hole event with six-count-five scoring.
Final round action begins Sunday at 8 a.m. The Bruins will tee off beginning at 8:20 PDT.
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