Waves Finish Play at Stanford U.S. Intercollegiate
March 31, 2013
Nick Thomas was the top finisher for the Pepperdine men's golf team as the Waves wrapped up play at the Stanford U.S. Intercollegiate on Saturday.
Pepperdine finished in 17th place, shooting an 872 (292-289-291) over the three days at the par-70 Stanford Golf Course.
Thomas (Westlake Village, Calif./Chaminade College Prep/California), a redshirt freshman, tied for 44th place with a 5-over 215 (73-68-74). His second-round 2-under 68 included four birdies and he had eight for the tournament.
Junior Parker Page (Louisville, Ky./Ballard HS) tied for 48th place at 216 (71-74-71), freshman Cody McManus (Phoenix, Ariz./Desert Vista HS) tied for 62nd at 220 (77-70-73), freshman Cameron Davison (Duncan, B.C./Duncan Christian HS) tied for 81st (74-77-73) and sophomore Caston Roberts (Gilbert, Ariz./Gilbert Christian HS) tied for 91st (74-77-79).
Page and McManus tied for the team high with nine birdies apiece over the course of the tournament. Page had three in a row at one point during his first round. Davison had seven while Roberts had five, plus an eagle on the par-5 16th hole during his first round.
The Waves will next be in action at the Arizona State Thunderbird Invitational on April 5-7.
Team Scores: 1. Stanford 272-271-274=817; 2. TCU 274-280-269=823; 3. Saint Mary's 273-286-280=839; 4. San Francisco 275-284-282=841; 5. UC Davis 280-288-279=847; 6. USC 277-290-282=849; 7. Northwestern 284-287-281=852; 8. Colorado 283-288-282=853; T9. Oregon 282-283-289=854; T9. Stanford "B" 287-287-280=854; 11. Lamar 286-286-284=856; T12. Iowa 284-282-292=858; T12. Minnesota 288-287-283=858; 14. San Diego State 289-288-282=850; 15. Nevada 288-290-289=867; 16. San Jose State 276-296-296=868; 17. Pepperdine 292-289-291=872; 18. Hawaii-Hilo 291-293-294=878.
Top Individuals: 1. Paul Barjon (TCU) 66-66-67=199; 2. Patrick Rodgers (Stanford) 66-66-70=202; 3. Andrew Yun (Stanford) 70-68-65=203; 4. Tyler Raber (UC Davis) 69-70-65=204; 5. Cameron Wilson (Stanford) 68-68-69=205.