Second Round Suspended Due to Darkness

Second Round Suspended Due to Darkness

LA QUINTA, Calif. – For the second straight day, play at The Prestige at PGA West was suspended due to darkness. This time, however, the Oregon Ducks were able to complete their round and head into the clubhouse knowing they would only have 18 holes ahead of them the next day in La Quinta, Calif.

Oregon currently sits in ninth place overall (+16, 291-293=584), just two strokes behind eighth-place TCU (582) and seventh-place Arizona State (580).

UCLA's six-under score through 30 holes (it only finished 12 as a team today), currently paces the field.

Sophomore Jonathan Woo shot an even 71 today to lead the Ducks and freshman Sulman Raza carded a two-over 73. Raza's two-day total of 144 (71-73) has him in a tie for 19th heading into the final day at PGA West while Woo's 148 (77-71) places him in a tie for 43rd.

Senior Tyler Parker put together a round of 74 today (+3) to bring his two day total to 146 (+4, 72-74). He is in a tie for 30th. Senior Robbie Ziegler (72-76=148) and freshman Brandon McIver (76-75=151) are in a tie for 43rd and 60th, respectively.

The schools that didn't complete second round play will finish tomorrow morning beginning at 7 a.m. The third and final round is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. Live coverage of the final round at The Prestige is available at Recommended Stories

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