Pac-12 golf Championships

Wildcat men fall to seventh, women third after first day

2014-04-25T16:58:50Z 2014-04-28T12:18:48Z Wildcat men fall to seventh, women third after first dayArizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
April 25, 2014 4:58 pm  • 

After a strong first round at the Pac-12 championships Friday, the University of Arizona men’s golf team fell to seventh place by the end of the day at Marana’s Gallery Golf Club.

The Wildcats posted a 6-over 366 total in the first round and were in second place, four shots behind Stanford. But UA is now at 22 over in the second round, which was suspended due to darkness.

Alex McMahon and Erik Oja both shot a 1-under 71 for the Wildcats in the first round. McMahon is at even par through 13 holes in the second round, while Brenden Redfern is at 1 over through 15 and Oja is 4 over through 12.

Stanford is in first place in the team standings, followed by California and Washington.

Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers leads the individual standings with a 6 under. Arizona’s McMahon is in 10th place.

The second round resumes at 7 a.m. today, followed by the third round at 10 a.m.

Pac-12 women

The UA women are tied for third after the first round of the Pac-12 championships in Corvallis, Ore.

UA shot a 1-under 287 during poor weather conditions, just two shots behind leader UCLA. Stanford is in second with a 286.

Wildcat sophomore Lindsey Weaver is second among individuals with a 4-under 68. She’s one shot behind leader Mariko Tumangan of Stanford.

UA’s Manon Gidali and Wanasa Zhou both shot even-par 72s and are tied for 11th.

The second round starts at 9:40 a.m. today. The three-day event concludes Sunday.

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