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Cal Poly Shares Sixth Place with UCSB Late in Second Round

Cal Poly Shares Sixth Place with UCSB Late in Second Round
 
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — The Cal Poly men's golf team was tied for sixth place with UC Santa Barbara on Monday when play was suspended late in the second round of the UC Irvine Invitational due to darkness.
 
The second round will be completed Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at the Big Canyon Country Club, followed by the final round.
 
Cal State Fullerton held a seven-stroke advantage over Grand Canyon when play was suspended. The Titans are at three under par with up to four holes to play while the Antelopes completed play at four over par. Third place in the 10-team field is Santa Clara at seven over par.
 
Three of the five Cal Poly players still need to complete their second round Tuesday morning.
 
Tanner Podres (pictured above) is in eighth place at one over par with three holes still to play while Sage Casaga is in 19th place at four over par with rounds of 78 and 70. Podres shot a 72 in the morning round.
 
Will Draper is in 37th place at 10 over par with two holes to play while Thomas Lehman is at 12 over par in 44th place with one hole to finish. Cade Casaga is in 57th place at 17 over par with a 79 and 82.
 
Individual leader is Filip Lundell of Grand Canyon with a 69 and 71 for a 140 total, two strokes ahead of Antelope teammate Jake Chanen (70-72–142) and Matt Wilson of Cal State Fullerton, who shot a 74 in the morning and has two more holes to play in his second round.
 
Big Canyon Country Club measures 7,024 yards and is par 72.