Bruins in Third Place after First Round of NCAA Regionals
May 14, 1998
TEMPE, Ariz.- The UCLA men's golf team fired an even par 288 today at the Karsten Golf Course in the first round of the NCAA West Regionals hosted by Arizona State. The Bruins, who won the ASU Thunderbird Invitational on the same course in April, trail co-leaders UNLV, the nation's top ranked team, and the University New Mexico by one shot.
Trailing the Bruins in fourth place is UC Santa Barbara at 290, California at 291 and Arizona at 292. A total of six team are within six shots of the leaders.
Individually, the Bruins were paced by juniorBrandon DiTullio and freshman Jeff McGraw who each fired one-under par 71s. Junior B.J. Schlagenhauf was in at even par. Sophomore Jason Semelsberger shot 74 and redshirt freshman Ross Fulgentis shot 75.
Competition continues through Saturday. The top nine finishers advance to the NCAA Championship, May 27-30 at the University of New Mexico.
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