Huskies’ Vincent Takes Lead in Pacific 10 Golf
O.D. Vincent of the University of Washington shot a 2-under-par 70 to take a 1-stroke lead in the individual competition of the Pacific 10 golf championship Tuesday.
Vincent, who shot an opening-round 73, leads first-round leader Tom Kennaday of California, who shot a 74 to go with his previous 70. The tournament winds up today.
Vincent’s score helped to keep Washington in first place in team competition on the par-72, 6,352-yard Orinda Country Club Course. Washington has a 735 total for two rounds. Arizona with 743 and Arizona State at 749 are next.
U.S. Amateur champion Billy Mayfair of Arizona State shot 72, to go with his opening-round 76 and leave him in a tie for seventh place.
Other individual scores included: 145--Eric Meeks, Arizona; Scott Whaley, Washington. 146--Todd Tibke, Washington. 147--Jim Stickland, Arizona State. 148--Billy Mayfair, Arizona State; Robert Gamez, Arizona. 150--Chris Holsgang, Oregon; Mike Springer, Arizona. 151--Steven Rintoul, Oregon.
Other team leaders included: Oregon, 771; Stanford, 772; Oregon State and California, 777; UCLA, 784; USC, 785; and Washington State, 798.