Feb. 28, 2011
The top-ranked UCLA men's golf team was tied for first place Monday after the first day of competition at the USC Intercollegiate held at North Ranch Country Club.
The Bruins were tied with No. 15 San Diego State at six-under par when play was suspended because of darkness. Oregon was third at two-under par, followed by Michigan at one-over par and UC Davis at plus two.
A 30-minute frost delay prevented teams from completing 36 holes.
The Bruins received strong performances from freshmen Patrick Cantlay and Anton Arboleda. Cantlay fired a four-under 67 in the first round and Arboleda posted a one-under par score of 70. Both players were tied for third place overall at three-under par.
Sophomore Pontus Widegren was tied for eighth place at one-under par. He posted a score of 69 (-2) in the first round and was one-over par through 11 holes in round two. Sophomore Mario Clemens was tied for 16th place at plus one, following a first round score of 74 (+3). Finally, senior Connor Driscoll was tied for 36th place at four-over par. He signed for a first round score of 74 (+3).
San Diego State's Johan Carlsson was the tournament leader at five-under par.
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