Men's Golfers Four Shots Off Lead at Pac-10 Championships
April 27, 1998
ORINDA, Calif. - The UCLA men's golf team, sparked by junior B.J. Schlagenhauf's five under par 67, is just four shots off the first round lead after 18 holes in the Pac-10 Championships at the Orinda Country Club. The Bruins, seeking their fourth straight tournament title and sixth of the season, fired a four-over par 364 and trail co-leaders Stanford and California which each shot even par scores of 360. Arizona and Oregon State are tied for third at 362.
Schlagenhauf's round was his collegiate best. He previously shot a pair 68s this season and leads the team with 11 rounds under par and seven under 70. Schlagenhauf leads USC's Charlie Woerner by one shot. Other scores for the Bruins were: Jeff McGraw, 72 (T-16); Jason Semelsberger, 74 (T-26); Steve Wagner, 74 (T-26); Brandon DiTullio, 77 (T-46) and Ross Fulgentis, 79 (T-53).
Pac-10 Conference Championships 18-Hole Leaders Orinda Country Club 1. Stanford 360 California 360 3. Arizona 362 Oregon State 362 5. UCLA 364 6. Arizona State 369 7. Oregon 370 8. Washington State 371 9. USC 373 10. Washington 374
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