Gopher sophomore Thomas Campbell and senior Clayton Rask both carded 11-over 151’s and are in a tie for 53rd place after day one of the U.S. Intercollegiate at the Stanford Golf Club. As a team, Minnesota is in 15th place after carding a combined score of 300 in the morning session and 304 in the afternoon’s 18 holes.
Minnesota junior Yu Katayama is one shot back of his aforementioned teammates with a 12-over 152 while junior Patrick Datz, making his spring debut, shot a 16-over 156 and freshman Mikael Salminen scored an 18-over 158.
The University of Southern California is the only team in the tournament to finish day one under par with a 6-under 554 and leads the team portion of the U.S. Intercollegiate by 18 strokes over the host school Stanford University.
USC’s Rory Hie has a comfortable six-shot lead over teammate Tom Glissmeyer after shooting a 7-under 133 and holds medalist honors after day one. Another USC Trojan, Jamie Lovemark, is tied with UCLA’s Kevin Chappell for third place.
Final round coverage of the U.S. Intercollegiate at the Stanford Golf Club can be followed online at www.golfstat.com.