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Lovemark helps lead the Trojans to Pac-10 victory

USC, Lovemark Win Pac-10 Titles
Trojans post huge 36-shot victory while Lovemark wins by six strokes.April 25, 2007

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USC won its Pac-10 best 18th conference championship, freshman Jamie Lovemark became Troy’s 20th conference individual title winner and senior Joshua Wooding and freshman Rory Hie finished third and fourth, respectively, as the Trojans ran away from the field on the final day of the 2007 Pac-10 Championships at the Eugene (Ore.) C.C., on Wednesday (April 25).

USC, under first-year coach Chris Zambri and ranked No. 5 in the latest poll, put together another dominating effort in the final round, combining to fire a 16-under 344 for a 72-hole, 51-under 1389 (358-342-345-344). USC’s 1389 was its lowest 72-hole total ever at the Pac-10 Championships and was just five strokes off the conference record of 1384, set by Arizona State in 2000.

UCLA was second at 1425 (-15) and was followed by Arizona State (1433, -7), Stanford (1436, -4), Washington (1453, +13), Arizona (1457, +17), Oregon State (1458, +18), Oregon (1464, +24), California (1468, +28) and Washington State (1484, +44). The Pac-10 Championships, unlike most tournaments, features six-player teams with the low five scores counting toward each 18-hole round.continued…….


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