Nov. 5, 2008
SAN MARTIN, Calif. - The Santa Clara men's golf program took 12th place at the Fourth Annual CordeValle Collegiate. The Broncos compiled an 1165/+85 three-round total.
Individually, Jimmy Cacho finished tied for 28th with a final score of 225/+9. Senior Jonathan Keane carded a score of 227/+11, which tied him for 33rd overall. Freshman Ronnald Monaco rounded out the Broncos top-3 finishers with a score of 228/+12 and a tied for 37th finish.
The No. 4 University of Southern California registered an even par 1080. No. 11 Cardinal of Stanford posted a score of 1106/+26 to claim second place and was one stroke better than defending NCAA Champion UCLA, which finished third with a combined score of 1107/+27.
Individually, medalist honors were shared by Washington's Nick Taylor and USC's Time Sluiter. Both Taylor and Sluiter carded an impressive four-under score of 212. USC's Tom Glissmeyer finished in third place, shooting a three-under 213.
The Broncos return to action on Nov. 10-12 to finish out the fall tournament season at the Turtle Bay Intercollegiate in Oahu, Hawai'i.