Washington Men Slip to Seventh at Pac-10 Championships Husky golfers prepare for final round


April 25, 2000

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Washington men's golf team fell one place to seventh after shooting a 360 in round three of the Pac-10 Championship. Arizona State sits comfortably in the lead for a second day in a row with a team total of 1032, a 32-stroke advantage over second-place California.

Paul Casey paces the Sun Devils with his 18-under, three-round total of 198. UCLA's Travis Johnson fired a 65 on day two to take over the runner-up slot.

Washington sophomore Gordy Scutt added 70 strokes to his day-one total of 141, and slipped from eighth-place down to 10th. Troy Kelly finished in 21st place with a 1-under score of 215.

The Pac-10 championship will be decided tomorrow with a fourth round.

Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship
Karsten Golf Course
Par 72, 7,027 yards

Day Two Results (after 54 holes)
Team Standings:
1. ASU, 1032, 2. California, 1064, 3. OSU, 1068, 4. Oregon, 1071, T5. Arizona, 1081, UCLA, 1081, 7. Washington, 1084, 8. Stanford, 1090, T9. WSU, 1098, USC, 1098.

Top Individuals: 1. Paul Casey (ASU), 66-65-67-198, 2. Travis Johnson (UCLA), 69-70-65-204, T3. Tim Mickelson (OSU), 72-70-64-206, Jonas Runnquist (ASU), 66-69-71-206, 5. Ricky Barnes (Ariz.), 71-69-68-208, T6. Matt Jones (ASU), 72-71-66-209, John Lepak (OSU), 70-67-72--209.

Husky Finishers: T10. Gordy Scutt, 68-73-70-211, T21. Troy Kelly, 70-73-72-215, T35. John Robertson, 73-75-72-220, Derek Berg, 74-74-72-220, Justin Miller, 71-75-74-220, 55. Scott Kral, 72-78-78-228.