UCSD Ranks Eighth After First Round of NCAA Golf

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UC San Diego is eighth, 13 strokes off the lead, after the first round of the 72-hole NCAA Division III men’s golf championships at the par-73 Firethorn Golf Club in Lincoln, Neb.

UCSD’s four top scores totaled 312 strokes. Cal State San Bernardino, the second-ranked team in Division III, is leading the tournament with a score of 299.

Ohio Wesleyan is second at 302 and Methodist (N.C.) third at 303.

Dale Abrahm and Bob Knee of UCSD each shot a 76, four strokes behind co-leaders Tim DeJarlais of Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) and Galen Eckland of Ohio Wesleyan.


UCSD’s Devin Thomas shot a 79, Jeremy Moe 81 and Matt Stottern 82.

The 13th annual Jim Laslavic Golf Tournament to benefit the American Cancer Society will be played June 2 at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. The cost is $60 for golf, cart and prizes. For more information, contact Rose Romo, event coordinator, at the the American Cancer Society, 299-4200.


The San Diego Senior Olympics will be conducted this Sunday and Monday at various sites around the county. For more information on the location of the 17 events, call 583-3300.


The San Diego Madres monthly luncheon, open to the general public, will be June 1 at the San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium Sports Club. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. The cost is $10 for members and $12 for guests. For more information, call 562-3690.