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Darkness Suspends Second Round at OSU Invitational

Oct 11, 2021

CORVALLIS, Ore. (Oct. 11, 2021) – Washington State Men's Golf currently sits in fifth place with all five players still on the course as darkness suspended play late in Monday's second round at the Oregon State Invitational, played at the Trysting Tree Golf Club.
 
The Cougars jumped out fast at Trysting Tree, playing the first round on the par 71, 7,384-yard layout at even-par, 284, to sit third after 18 holes. With two-to-four holes remaining in their second round, the Cougars are in fifth place at 4-over par for the tournament. Host Washington leads the tournament at 16-under par, followed by Boise State (-11), Utah (-5), Oregon State (+2) and WSU.
 
In the first round, sophomore Jaden Cantafio led WSU with a two-under 69, posting four birdies through his first 18 holes. Cantafio has added three more birdies to his card and with two holes left in his round, sits tied for fourth at 2-under par.
 
Junior Pono Yanagi sits one shot behind his teammate at 1-under currently in his second round after firing an even-par 71 in the first, highlighted by three-straight birdies to open the back nine. Yanagi has two holes remaining in his second round, which includes three more birdies as he will begin Tuesday tied for 11th overall.
 
Preston Bebich is currently tied for 38th at 5-over with two holes remaining in his second round. After opening with a 3-over 74 in his first round, the Cougar sophomore is 2-over on his second round but ended his day with seven-straight pars. Redshirt-senior Max Sekulic began his day with a 1-under, 70, highlighted by five birdies, but with two holes remaining is still searching for a birdie in his second round. Sekulic currently sits at 6-over par and tied for 43rd.
 
Redshirt sophomore Tianyu Wu fired an opening-round 74 and begins Tuesday at 9-over with two holes left in his second round. Wu sits in a tie for 57th. Freshman Peter Jung, playing as an individual, is 2-under par in his second round with one hole remaining. Jung turned it around from his first round where he shot a 7-over, 78, and is in a tie for 38th.
 
Play at the OSU Invitational will resume at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday with the completion of the second round before the third and final round begins with a shotgun start. Fans can follow all the action at GolfStat.com.
 
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