Chian Tied For Ninth Place After 36-Holes At 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.
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.