Oct. 25, 2010
The top-ranked UCLA men's golf team fell from third place to fourth after the second round of the U.S. Collegiate Championship at The Golf Club of Georgia.
The Bruins were under par again on Monday, posting a team score of 287 (-1) to improve their team total to 573 (-3). Unfortunately, several teams posted better scores, including USC, which rose from fourth to second place on the strength of a nine-under par score of 279. The Trojans trailed Georgia Tech (556, -20) by 11 shots. Texas A&M was third at 570 (-6) and Cal was fifth at 581 (+5).
Individually, freshman Patrick Cantly fired a score of 68 (-4) in the second round and was tied for fourth at 140 (-4). Tied for ninth was sophomore Mario Clemens at 143 (-1) after signing for a 70 (-2). Junior Gregor Main fell seven spots after carding a 75 (+3) and was tied for 14th at 145 (+1). Freshman Pontus Widegren also posted a score of 75 (+3) and was tied for 23rd at 146 (+2). Junior Alex Shi Yup Kim posted a score of 74 (+2) and was tied for 60th at 153 (+9).
Georgia Tech's James White held the 36-hole lead at 12-under par 132 after his score of 70 (-2).
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