U.S. Intercollegiate: Stanford, TCU's Barjon win titles
STANFORD, Calif. (April 1, 2013) -- Stanford led the tournament all three rounds clinching the U.S. Intercollegiate title by six strokes at the Stanford Golf Course.
The Cardinal (272-271-274) finished at 23-under-par 817 with four players finishing in the top six of the leaderboard.
Patrick Rodgers finished second at eight-under-par 202 and Andrew Yun, going five under in the final round, was one stroke behind at 203 for third. Cameron Wilson shot a pair of 68s and a 69 for fifth at 205, and David Boote (68-69-70) was two strokes behind at 207, tying for sixth.
Rodgers, who tied for first heading into the final day, fell three strokes behind TCU’s Paul Barjon who won the tournament at 11-under-par 199.
Barjon had a bogey-free round and made birdies on the first, seventh and 16th holes. Rodgers, a sophomore, remained tied after a birdie on the ninth but bogeys on the 11th and 14th sealed his runner-up finish.
Stanford last won the U.S. Intercollegiate team and individual title in 2007. Today’s win becomes the Cardinal’s 13th team victory in this tournament.
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