Eric Mina has moved into a tie for the lead at the Pac-10 Championship with a birdie on his 12th hole of the day (the par-four third hole). Mina and Arizona State's Jesper Kennegard are both -16 under with six holes to play for both golfers. Mina has holes 4-9 remaining, while Kennegard still needs to play holes 13-18.
Mina has made up four shots on the third-round leader today at three-under for the day, while Kennegard is +1 over.
Follow both Mina and Kennegard hole-by-hole or check out their scores side-by-side 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.
As a team, Cal has moved up a couple of spots today and is now tied for seventh at 11-under for the tournament and two-under for the day with its golfers having finished between nine and 15 holes. Stanford and Washington are tied for first at 37-under with both teams having their golfers having completed nine to 12 holes.
Updates on other members of the Cal team are below ...
Michael Weaver (T9th, -9, -1 for the day thru 12)
Brandon Hagy (T27th, -1, +2 for the day thru 12)
James Core (47th, +7, -1 for the day thru 9)
Chad Vivolo (T48th, +8, +1 for the day thru 15)
Evan Derian (59th, +17, +2 for the day thru 15)