Taylor Wins UW Intrasquad
ROSLYN, Wash. - The Husky men's golf team competed in a 54-hole intrasquad tournament on Thursday at Suncadia on the Tumble Creek course. The tournament, affectionately dubbed the Steve Lane Invitational, has become an annual team-bonding competition.
Husky assistant coach Garrett Clegg phoned in the following results throughout the day.
Nick Taylor wins the Husky intramural 54-hole tournament by shooting 1-under 212 for the three round tournament. Freshman Chris Williams was second at 2-over 215 and Jens Bracht was third at 5-over 218. Two freshman, Larry Iverson and Charlie Hughes, rounded out the top five at 6-over and 7-over, respectively.
Senior Richard Lee was 8-over while Pac-10 Champ Darren Wallace was 16-over, Chris Killmer 18-over and Ty Chambers 22-over.
They are now through 45 holes and Taylor is even par, Williams 1-over and Hughes and Iverson right behing at 5-over. Lee is next at 6-over, followed by Bracht at 7-over. Killmer and Wallace are each 15-over and Chambers is 20-over. If you notice, behind Taylor are the three freshmen on the team.
Through 36 holes Taylor leads the pack at even par overall. Williams is second at 2-over followed by Hughes and Bracht at 5-over. Lee and Iverson are each 6-over, with Wallace at 12-over, Killmer at 13-over and Chambers at 15-over. Hang in there guys...only 18 more to go!
In the latest report, Nick Taylor is leading the way at even par overall, followed by Williams and Hughes at 1-over, Bracht at 2-over, Iverson at 5-over, Chambers and Lee at 6-over, Wallace 9-over and Killmer rounding out the scores at 11-over.
After the first 18 holes, freshman Charlie Hughes led with a 2-under 69. Senior Nick Taylor and sophomore Jens Bracht were tied for second after shooting even-par 70.
Freshman Chris Williams and senior Richard Lee were tied for fifth at 2-over 73, followed by Chris Killmer at 4-over 75, Ty Chambers and Darren Wallace at 6-over 77, Larry Iverson at 7-over 78.
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