Weather Suspends First Round of U.S. Intercollegiate

April 11, 2010

STANFORD - The first round of the U.S. Intercollegiate at the Stanford Golf Course has been suspended Sunday due to heavy rains in the area and will resume Monday at 9 a.m. PT, weather permitting, when the teams will conclude the first round of action before playing their regularly scheduled round.

Cal was in 11th place at 11-over par with its players having finished holes 11-13 when play was suspended. Washington (+1), San Jose State (+3), San Diego State (+4), Washington State (+4) and UCLA (+5) make up the top five.

Three players - Jay Myers (San Jose State), PierreAlexis Rolland (Lamar) and Nick Taylor (Washington) - are currently tied for the tournament lead at two-under, while Cal's Max Homa is one of six players a shot back at one-under par.

Other players participating in the event for Cal include Brandon Hagy (22nd-T, +1, 13), Eric Mina (61st-T, +4, 12), Michael Weaver (93rd-T, +7, 12) and Chad Vivolo (93rd-T, +7, 11).

Cal's Evan Derian (86th-T, +6, 9) is playing the event as an individual.

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