Nov. 7, 2006
The second-ranked UCLA men's golf team finished in a tie for seventh place at the 2nd Annual CordeValle Classic Tuesday in San Martin, Calif.
The Bruins climbed the ladder on the final day, posting a team score of 281 (-7). They finished at 860 (-4), tied with Washington. Stanford won the event with a tournament record score of 822 (-42), including a single round record of 268 (-20) in Tuesday's final round. USC placed second at 836 (-28), followed by Arizona at 841 (-23) and Coastal Carolina at 847 (-17). Lamar University and Northwestern tied for fifth at 15-under 849.
Individually for the Bruins, junior Daniel Im tied for 12th at five-under par 211 after posting a final round score of even par 72. Junior Kevin Chappell tied for 25th at 215 (-1) after carding a 70 (-2) on Tuesday. Freshman Jason Kang tied for 43rd at two-over par 218, following a final round score of 68 (-4) and sophomore Lucas Lee tied for 50th at 219 (+3) after a 73 (+1) on Tuesday. Sophomore Erik Flores shot a 71 (-1) in the final round and tied for 60th at 221 (+5).
Stanford's Rob Grube and Zack Miller tied for medalist honors at 14-under par 202. Both totals were tournament records. In the final round, Grube fired a 65 (-7) and Miller posted a 67 (-5). Stanford also set tournament records for best 54-hole score and best single round score (268, -20).
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