Men’s Golf Struggles at The Goodwin

March 31, 2017

Stanford, Calif.--- The San José State University men’s golf team struggled in round one at The Goodwin shooting 37 over-par 317. The Spartans placed 24th on the par 70 6,727-yard Stanford golf Course.

William Barnett led the Spartans in round one shooting seven-over par 77 and tied for 89th. Sean Talmadge is tied for 99th at 78. Kevin Velo is tied for 113th at 80. Scott Munger is tied for 119th at 82. Charles Thompson is in 124th place at 84.

Stanford is leading the tournament and is the only team under par. The Cardinals shot four-under 276 in round one. Washington is in second at three-over par.

On top of the players leaderboard is Washington’s, Corey Pereira, who shot four under par 66. One stroke behind Pereira are Stanford’s, Maverick McNealy and Franklin Huang, who are tied for second.  

You can follow the Spartans live results in round two here on Golfstat.com.

The Goodwin


 

 

Stanford Golf Course

Par-70, 6,727-yards

Team Standings after one round

Team Scores

1. Stanford

276 (-4)

2. Washington

283 (+3)

3. SMU

284 (+4)

4. Southern California

285 (+5)

5. Brigham Young

288 (+8)

T6. UNLV

289 (+9)

T6. Oregon State

289 (+9)

T8. Colorado State

292 (+12)

T8. Pepperdine

292 (+12)

T8. Northern Colorado

292 (+12)

T11. Wyoming

294 (+14)

T11. Pacific

294 (+14)

T13. Cal Poly

296 (+16)

T13. Oregon

296 (+16)

T15. UCLA

298 (+18)

T15.Colorado

298 (+18)

T15. St. Mary’s (CA)

298 (+18)

T15. Marquette

298 (+18)

19. Chico State

299 (+19)

20. Fresno State

300 (+20)

21. San Francisco

301 (+21)

22. Nevada

302 (+22)

23. UC Davis

306 (+26)

24. San José State

317 (+37)

 

Individual Leaders

1. Corey Pereira, Washington

66 (-4)

T2. Maverick McNealy, Stanford

67 (-3)

T2. Franklin Huang, Stanford

67 (-3)

(i) – playing as an individual entry

San Jose State scores

T89. William Barnett

77 (+7)

T99. Sean Talmadge

78 (+8)

T113. Kevin Velo

80 (+10)

T119. Scott Munger

82 (+12)

124. Charles Thompson

84 (+14)

(i) - playing as individual entry