Men's Golf In Third Place After Day One Of Waves Challenge
Play was suspended in the middle of the tournament's second round Monday.
Somis, Calif. - Long Beach State was in second place after the first round of the Waves Challenge, and currently stands in third place at the team's spring season opener. Play Monday was suspended due to darkness midway through the second round.
Andres Gonzalez and Hunter Reed each carded a 75 (+3) in the first round, tying for the third best score of the opening round, and as a team, Long Beach State trailed only the hosts, Pepperdine, with a score of 310 (+22) through the first round of play.
Most of the team completed 12 holes in the second round on Tuesday, with Gonzalez continuing to lead the way, currently at 8-over. Nick Cantlay has made a charge in first half of the second round, and currently stands at 10-over through 13 holes.
As a team, the Long Beach State is currently one stroke behind UC Santa Barbara in second place at 39-over (310), with both trailing the hosts Pepperdine at 17-over. The Waves are paced by the individual leader in the tournament, Sahith Theegala.
Action will resume tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. as the 15-team field will continue round two with round three immediately following.
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