Feb. 20, 2013
LA QUINTA, Calif. - Stanford shot one over par in the final round on Wednesday of the Prestige at PGA West on the Greg Norman Course.
The Cardinal (285-290-285) finished fifth at eight-over 860.
Stanford frontrunners Cameron Wilson (67-72-74) and Andrew Yun (72-68-73) tied for seventh at an even-par 213.
Wilson opened the tournament with a solid 67 after making four birdies and no bogeys. Despite the windy conditions, he shot one over in the second round to stay in contention for the title. The junior, however, fell a few spots in the third round after a three-over finish.
As for Yun, his best round in the tournament came with the winds. The senior shot a 68 in the second round after carding five birdies. His one-over and two-over finishes in the second and third rounds kept him on par.
Sophomore Patrick Rodgers (70, 76, 69) came in two strokes behind his teammates at 215, tying for 15th. He had three birdies and an eagle in the final round.
Rounding out the lineup senior Steve Kearney (76-79-69) finished tied for 51st at 224 while freshman David Boote (76-74-78) tied for 65th at 228.
Freshman Dominick Francks (77-73-74) led the Cardinal individuals for the final two rounds, tying for 51st at 224. Andre DeDecker (73-80-76), a redshirt junior, finished tied for 69th at 229. At 78th was sophomore Patrick Grimes (71-87-76) at 234 and tied for 81st was Shane Lebow (76-91-73) at 240.
The Cardinal compete next at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters on March 8-10.
- By Estela-Marie Go, Stanford Athletics
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