Posted: Oct 15, 2018
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. -- The second round of the 2018 Bill Cullum Invitational was suspended Monday due to darkness and will be completed prior to the final round Tuesday morning at Wood Ranch Golf Club.
A total of 24 golfers were on the course with one or two holes to play when play was suspended at 6:40 p.m. They will complete their second round Tuesday morning, followed immediately with the final round.
With all five Cal Poly players still one to three holes from completing their second round, the Mustangs are in 10th place among the 17 teams competing in the 54-hole event.
UC Santa Barbara completed two rounds and sits atop the team standings with a 14-under-par 562 total on the 6,849-yard, par-72 course. Cal State Fullerton is seven shots back with three golfers still on the course and Boise State is third, eight strokes off the lead.
When play was suspended, Cal Poly's Will Draper had two holes to play and is one over par for 18th place. Thomas Lehman (pictured above) has three holes to complete and is three over par for the day in 32nd place while Tanner Podres was on the 17th hole when play was halted, standing at six over par for 54th place.
Dominick Hoover, at seven over par for the tournament, and Peter Faragia, at 10 over par, were playing their final hole when darkness fell.
Host CSUN is currently sixth (581) in the 17-team field while senior Tomas Skajem is tied for 10th.
Zach Smith of the Gauchos and UCLA individual Bryan Wiyang Teoh currently share the individual lead at six-under 138 with Boise State's Brian Humphreys one shot back at five-under 139.
In the morning round, Lehman carded a 74, Draper and Podres 75, Hoover 77 and Faragia 79.
Competing as an individual, Mustang Bryce Loosigian carded an 89 and 84.