Men's golf moves to eighth
With 54 of 72 holes in the books, the Arizona men's golf team is in eighth place at the Pacific 10 Conference Championship hosted by ASU.
The Wildcats score of 9-under-par tied the low round of the day by any team. Stanford's score of 42-under-par leads the tournament by 10 strokes over Washington and puts the Pac-10 record — 56-under-par — in jeopardy.
Philip Bagdade had the team low with 5-under-par and was followed closely by Tarquin MacManus at 4-under-par. Jonathan Khan was the only other UA golfer under par, as he checked in at 1-under.
Juan Pablo Hernandez posted his third consecutive round of 1-over-par, and Trent Redfern posted his second consecutive at even par. Rich Saferian, the team's lone senior, finished Tuesday's round at 2-over-par, which was Arizona's lowest on the day.
ASU's Jesper Kennegard is still the individual leader at 17-under-par, leading Stanford's Joseph Bramlett by 2 strokes. Arizona's highest individual is MacManus, who is in a tie for 11th at 8-under-par.
Today is the fourth and final round.