USC ahead at Pac-12 Championship after day one
PULLMAN, Wash. — Playing 36 holes on day one of the Pac-12 Championship, USC has jumped out to a six-shot lead over Arizona State, thanks mostly in part to a tournament-best six-under par 344 in Monday's afternoon round.
Bobby Gojuangco and Sean Crocker are leading the Trojans at one-under and even-par, respectively, and are both inside of the top-10.
Maverick McNealy of Stanford fired 65 and 68 to lead the individual race by a shot over Derek Bayley of tournament-host Washington State.
This 72-hole tournament will conclude Wednesday, with 18 holes each day still remaining.
ABOUT THE Pac-12 Championship
54 hole men's collegiate championship of the
Pac-12 Conference with simultaneous team and
individual competitions. Unlike most college
tournaments, the best five scores of six players
account for the team score each day.
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