NAIA second round cut short, OCU sits eighth

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The second round of the NAIA Men’s Golf National Championships was cut short by inclement weather Thursday at the Hills Course at LPGA International.

Lightning in the area forced the suspension of play just before 5 p.m. with 80 players still on the course. Oklahoma City University sat tied for eighth when play was suspended.

Garrison Mendoza, a sophomore from Clinton, Okla., leads the Stars with a 71 in the first right and two over through nine holes the second day and is one over for the tournament.
Sam Russell, a senior form Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, turned in a 70 on the first day and sits three over through 12 holes and one over for the tournament.

Anthony Marchesani, a junior from Rosebud, Victoria, Australia, scored a 74 and one over through nine holes, three over for the tournament.

Matthew Cheung, a sophomore from Brisbane, Australia, turned in a 74 and three over through 12 holes and is five over for the tournament.

Jamie Warman, a junior from Perth, Western Australia, Australia, shot a 76 and is four over through nine holes and eight over for the championship.

The second round will resume at 8 a.m. Thursday, and the third round will begin at 8:10 a.m. with teams in the same pairings as Wednesday. After the third round, the field will be cut to the top 17 teams and 40 individuals including ties. 

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