Pac-12: Patrick Rodgers keys dominant Stanford
MARANA, Ariz. (April 26, 2014) -- It was all Stanford all the time on Day 2 of the 2014 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship at The Gallery Golf Club.
The Cardinal combined for a 7-over 367 and extended their lead to 21 shots entering Sunday's final round.
World No. 1 Patrick Rodgers shot 73 and continues to lead the individual race at 7-under.
Saturday also saw the completion of Rodgers' second round. He had two holes to play after darkness forced play to suspend on Friday. He started Saturday with an eagle and a par to finish a stellar 65 -- the best round of the tournament.
He's five shots ahead of USC's Paul Smith. Washington's Cheng-Tsung Pan is third at 1-under.
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72-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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