Play Suspended at Arizona Intercollegiate
Feb. 2, 2009
TUCSON, Ariz. -The second round of action at the Arizona Intercollegiate was suspended due to darkness Monday at Arizona National Golf Club.
Most of the 17 teams in the field have three or four holes remaining to complete the second round, which will resume Tuesday at 8 a.m. MST.
Thirty-six holes were originally scheduled for Monday, but play was suspended due to darkness around 6 p.m. MST.
At the time play was suspended, Pepperdine led the field with a total at two-under par. Tennessee (E), Tulsa (+4), San Diego State (+4) and host Arizona (+8) round out the top-five places. Coastal Carolina's Zack Byrd holds the individual lead at eight-under par.
The 54-hole Arizona Intercollegiate concludes tomorrow at Arizona National Golf Club, a par 71, 6,793-yard layout. For live tournament scoring, please go to www.golfstat.com.
Top-Five Teams (through round one)1. Tennessee 285 (+1)2. Pepperdine 286 (+2)3. San Diego State 288 (+4)4. UNLV 291 (+7)5. ARIZONA 292 (+8) Long Beach State 292 (+8)
Top-Five Individuals (through round one)1. Andrew Putnam, Pepperdine 67 (-4)2. Chris Paisley, Tennessee 68 (-3)3. Matt Hoffenberg, San Diego State 69 (-2) Nicolas Geyger, Tulsa 69 (-2)5. Darren Renwick, Tennessee 70 (-1) Ji Moon, UNLV 70 (-1) Steve Gibson, Long Beach State 70 (-1)