Play at U.S. Intercollegiate Resumes
April 12, 2010
STANFORD - Play has resumed at the U.S. Intercollegiate being played at the Stanford Golf Course this Sunday-Tuesday, Apr. 11-13. First-round action had been suspended Sunday due to heavy rains in the area. The teams will complete Sunday's scheduled first round on Monday and then play their regularly scheduled 18 holes. The tournament will conclude on Tuesday with 18 holes of golf teeing off with a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. PT.
Cal was in 11th place at 11-over par with its players having finished holes 11-13 when play was suspended Sunday. Washington (+1), San Jose State (+3), San Diego State (+4), Washington State (+4) and UCLA (+5) were the top five teams on the leaderboard when play was suspended.
Three players - Jay Myers (San Jose State), PierreAlexis Rolland (Lamar) and Nick Taylor (Washington) - were tied for the tournament lead at two-under when rain forced the team's to end Sunday's action, while Cal's Max Homa was one of six players a shot back at one-under par.
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) are also competing in the event for Cal, while the Golden Bears' Evan Derian (86th-T, +6, 9) is playing as an individual.