Cantlay Falls in Semifinals of U.S. Amateur

Aug. 28, 2010

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Incoming UCLA freshman Patrick Cantlay fell 4&3 to Peter Uihlein in the semifinals of the 110th U.S. Amateur Championship Saturday at Chambers Bay in Washington.

After making bogey at the first hole, Cantlay never squared the match. Uihlein built a 2-up lead through six holes before losing his only hole with a double bogey at the seventh. He reclaimed his 2-up lead with a birdie at the eighth and maintained it until the 14th hole. There, Cantlay bogeyed after hitting short of the green and failing to make par. At the par -three 15th, Cantlay hit his tee shot into a bunker only to hit out into another bunker. Uihlein, who had also hit into a bunker, got up and down for par to win 4&3.

Uihlein, a senior at Oklahoma State, meets David Chung of Stanford in a 36-hole final on Sunday.

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EVENT INFORMATION
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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