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Eric Mina has made the turn of the final round at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship one shot behind leader Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State.

Mina is at 15-under par for the tournament and two-under par on the day after his first nine holes consisted of four birdies, three pars and two bogeys. Mina, who started his round on the 10th hole has twice been at 16-under after birdies on the par-four 15th and par-five 17th holes, but both times gave a stroke back when he bogeyed the par-three 16th and par-four 18th.

Kennegard is 16-under par for the tournamment and one-over par on the day. He started his round on the first hole and had bogeys on both the par-four fourth hole and par-three sixth. He got one of the strokes back with a birdie on the par-four ninth and has made par on the other nine holes.  

Follow both Mina and Kennegard hole-by-hole or follow their scores together on the player leader board as Mina attempts to become only the second Cal player to ever win Pac-10 individual medalist honors and the first since current PGA Tour professional Charlie Wi was victorious in 1995. 

Good luck, Eric

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Eric Mina is all smiles this morning as he prepared to start Wednesday's fourth and final round of action at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship at the ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona. Mina started his round by teeing off at the 10th hole just moments ago.

He starts his day in third place at 13-under par for the tournament, four strokes behind leader Jesper Kennegard of Arizona State (-17) and two behind second-place Joseph Bramlett of Stanford (-15).

Follow Eric's round hole-by-hole as he attempts to become only the second Cal player to ever win Pac-10 individual medalist honors and the first since current PGA Tour professional Charlie Wi was victorious in 1995.

 

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Cal is tied for seventh at the end of the first day of action Monday at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship being hosted by Arizona State and played through Wednesday at the ASU Karsten Golf Course. Eric Mina is in the hunt for individual medalist honors at nine-under par after half of the scheduled 72 holes have been completed. The Bears shot a six-under par score as a team (347-357 - 704), with Mina's score of 133 (65-68) leading the way four shots behind tournament leader Jesper Kennegard (63-66 - 129, -13) of Arizona State.

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Cal is tied for seventh after the first day of the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championships with a six-under par team score through 36 holes, while Eric Mina is tied for third on the leaderboard four shots off the lead after shooting a combined nine-under par on Monday.

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The 72-hole event continues with 18 holes both Tuesday (9 a.m. MST/PDT) and Wednesday (8 a.m. MST/PDT).

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With all of Cal's golfers having nine or fewer of their 36 holes left to play during Monday's action, the Golden Bears are currently in eighth place at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship.

Although the Bears' current seven-under par mark is 20 shots off the lead currently held by Stanford, Cal does have two golfers currently on the leaderboard's top 10 with Brandon Hagy and Eric Mina tied for eighth at six-under. Both players fired career-best marks in round one this morning with Mina pocketing a 65 (6 birdies, 12 pars) and Hagy shooting a 66 (7 birdies, 9 pars, 2 bogeys). Mina is even-par through the first 12 holes of his second round, while Hagy has been one-under through the first 12 holes second round to catch him.

Michael Weaver is only one stroke behind both Mina and Hagy at five-under and tied for 13th heading into his final six holes of the day but the Bears don't have another golfer on the leaderboard until James Core (50th-T, +4, thru 15). Chad Vivolo (56th-T, +7, thru 12) and Evan Derian (59th, +10, thru 15) are also representing the Golden Bears in the 60-player field.

 

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The last Cal golfer has made the turn for the Golden Bears in the first round of the Pac-10 Championships and with their contingent having finished holes 9-12 the Bears are currently in seventh place at five-under par. Brandon Hagy shot a four-under 30 on the front nine, putting together five birdies (and one bogey) in the round, including four consecutive tweets on holes 2-5.

Other updates include ...
Eric Mina (19th-T, -2, thru 9)
Michael Weaver (28th-T, -1, thru 9)
James Core (41st-T, +1, thru 12)
Evan Derian (41st-T, +1, thru 12)
Chad Vivolo (59th-T, +5, thru 12)


They're off!!!

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Cal's journey at the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship has begun as Evan Derian tees off on the first hole.

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Here's another shot of golfers at the practice putting green prior to the start of the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship.

 

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Monday's tee times have been set for the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Golf Championship. Cal's first golfer off the tee will be Evan Derian at 8:00 a.m. MST/PDT. James CorĂ©, Chad Vivolo, Brandon Hagy, Michael Weaver and Eric Mina will follow in 10 minute increments after that. The Bears are paired up with golfers from Stanford and Arizona State in Monday's first round. Derian will also be Cal's first golfer up for Monday's second round at 1:00 p.m. MST/PDT, and will be followed by the same five in the same order and increments.

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