Bears Sit Atop Two-Day Leaderboard in La Quinta
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Category: Sports > Spring > Golf (Men's)
After two rounds of action, the Cal men's golf team is on top of the leaderboard at The Prestige at PGA West in La Quinta, CA. The Bears, who have been red-hot as of late, will enter the final round of play tied for first with Stanford at 1-under par.
Cal and Stanford hold a comfortable lead going into today's round over third-place Washington, at 4-over, and fourth-place San Diego at 8-over. Leading the Bears in scoring are senior Stephen Hale and sophomore Max Homa, who shot sit tied for sixth with a score of 2-under par. Freshman Byeong-Hun An is tied for 10th at 1-under par. Eric Mina shot scores of 73 and 75, good enough for 21st place, while sophomore Michael Weaver sits tied for 38th. Cal currently has three players in the top-10 and all five players are in the top-40. The Bears shot a season-best team score of 2-under par on Sunday to grab sole possession of first place with a four-stroke lead.
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