In the first round of match play the Cardinal was up against the #1 seed Oklahoma State. The match went back and forth with the clinching contest being Andrew Yun unable to pull out his match on the 18th hole after Joseph Bramlett and Sihwan Kim both lost. After going 2-up early, Sihwan saw his opponent, Kevin Tway birdied 6 of his next 9 holes and finish 6-under. Hats off to OSU's players who played very strong golf. Sophomore All-American David Chung was 4-under at the turn but was even with fellow first team All-American Peter Uihlein but David ended up winning the match 1-up.
To see the complete match play results click on the image below. Congrats on another great season despite the disappointing finish.
After the 3 rounds of stroke play --- Stanford will play off early Friday morning for the final qualifying spot with ASU and San Diego as each team ended with a total score of 4-over par 868. The third round was a cliff-hanger for 8 teams in contention for the 8th, competing for the last spot to move into the match play portion of the national championship.
Oklahoma State wrapped up the day as the top team advancing to quarterfinals match play, finishing at 14-under 850 after shooting 5 under on Thursday. Also qualifying for match play were Florida State (854), Georgia Tech (858), Washington (860), Oregon (861), Augusta State (863) and Texas Tech (867).
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