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Short-handed Buffs 17th In Stanford's "The Goodwin" (Men's Golf)

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    The men's golf team, down one player due to illness, stands in 17th place after the first round of Stanford's "The Goodwin."

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    PALO ALTO, Calif. — The University of Colorado men’s golf team, down one player due to illness, battled through it and stands in 17th place in Stanford’s “The Goodwin,” the first round of which was completed here Thursday.

    No. 33 TCU blitzed the field, as the Horned Frogs had all five players shoot in the 60s, including a trio of 65s, to record a 16-under team score of 264. That is good for an eight-shot lead over No. 38 Alabama-Birmingham, which is in at 8-under 272; No. 25 UNLV and No. 69 UC Davis are tied for third (274) and host and No. 7 Stanford fifth (276).

    The No. 37 Buffaloes recorded a 5-over par 285 score, which has them in 17th place out of 24 teams in the field, which features a dozen schools in the top 70.
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