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Chian Tied For Ninth Place After 36-Holes At Jack Nicklaus Invitational
Sophomore Daniel Chian is currently tied for ninth place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational.

Sophomore Daniel Chian is currently tied for ninth place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational.

Sept. 29, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio - After two rounds of play at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Long Beach State sophomore Daniel Chian is tied for ninth place after shooting a 1-over-par 143 at the Ohio State University Golf Club Scarlet Course on Sunday afternoon.

LBSU is currently in 10th at 32-over 600 after posting a score of 300 for the first two rounds of the day.

Sixteenth-ranked California leads the field of 12 teams with a 7-under 561 as the Golden Bears leads by 12 shots over No. 4 Oklahoma (+5) in second and 16 strokes over No. 25 Oklahoma State (+9) in third.

Chian carded an opening round score of 73 to tie for 19th. The Covina native improved by three strokes in the second round to post a 1-under 70 that was highlighted by two birdies, 15 pars and just one bogey.

Junior JJ Holen is tied for 31st at 9-over 151 after recording rounds of 75 and 76, while sophomore Kevin Lee finished just one-shot behind at 10-over with rounds of 75 and 77.

Freshmen Agostino Milazzo is 46th at 12-over and Andrew Stanfield is 57th (+20).

California's Brandon Hagy sits on top of the leaderboard with a 4-under 138, holding a one-shot lead over two players tied for second.

Final round action concludes on Monday with LBSU teeing off at 5:15 a.m (PST) from the 10th tee. The 49ers will be paired with Eastern Michigan and North Carolina.

 

 

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