USC maintains lead at Pac-10

STANFORD, Calif. (April 30, 2011) -- The University of Southern California remains atop the leader board at the 2011 Pac-10 Men’s Golf Championship after third round action, shooting a team score of 2-over 352 at the Stanford Golf Course.

Despite a rough finishing hole, where the Trojans posted four bogeys, USC is at 11-over 1061 after three rounds and continues to maintain a 3-stroke lead over host Stanford, which also posted a 2-over 352 on the day. The two teams will be paired tomorrow in the final round with USC looking to capture its first Pac-10 title since 2007, while Stanford looks for its first league title since 1994.

USC sophomore Martin Trainer and Oregon State junior Alex Moore each posted a 1-under 69 to remain tied for the individual lead with a three-day total of 5-under 205.

Stanford freshman Andrew Yun fired the low round of the day with a 4-under 66 and found himself in a tie for third at 2-under 208 with USC freshman Jeffery Kang, who posted a 2-under 68 for the day.

Oregon and UCLA are currently tied for third with a three-day total of 20-over 1070.

Final round play starts tomorrow at 8 a.m.

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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