UCLA will serve as host of the 54th Annual Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championships at the Los Angeles Country Club, April 29-May 1. With five teams ranked among the top 10 in the nation, the field is as competitive as ever. Conference teams are rife with talent across all classes, and the Pac-12 Championships may, once again, present a wild finish.
Sophomore Michael Kim and junior Joël Stalter lead a California squad that enters the Championships on a hot streak. The defending Pac-12 Champion, Cal has won a school-record nine of 12 events in 2012-13 and holds a No.1 national billing by GolfWeek Magazine. The Bears have five individuals ranked among the top 30 in the GolfStat national rankings, led by Kim at No. 1 and Stalter at No. 8. Kim, a top contender for the Haskins Award given annually to the nation’s top collegiate golfer, has finished in the top five in seven events this season and outside the top 10 just once. Stalter has turned in a trio if top-five finishes, including victories at the Arizona Intercollegiate and the John A. Burns Intercollegiate in February. Ranked 14th in the country, junior Brandon Hagy was the Bears’ top finisher at the 2012 Pac-12 Championships. He shot an eight-under 280 to finish tied for fifth.
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