Men's Golf Tied for Fourth at NCAA Championships
May 16, 1998
TEMPE, Ariz. - The UCLA men's golf team fired a five-over par score of 293 today and is in a tie for fourth place after two rounds at the NCAA West Regionals hosted by Arizona State at the Karsten Course in Tempe, AZ.
The top nine finishers qualify for the NCAA Men's Golf Championship, May 27- 30 at the University of New Mexico.
Arizona State vaulted into first place with an 11-under par team score of 277 today giving the Sun Devils a 36-hole total of 570, six under par. ASU has a six stroke lead over second place UNLV and New Mexico, which fired identical team scores of 289.
The Bruins are in a three-way tie for fourth at 581 with Arizona and UC Santa Barbara.
Individually for the Bruins, junior Brandon DiTullio shot his second straight 71 and is in a tie for ninth at two-under par 142. Sophomore Jason Semelsberger is tied for 24th at 146, two-over, and B.J. Schlagenhauf is in at 147 after shooting a three-over par 75 today. Freshmen Ross Fulgentis shot a 75 and Jeff McGraw carded an 83.
ASU's Paul Casey is the individual leader at 135 after shooting a seven- under par 65 Friday.
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