Posted: Mar 04, 2019
ELK GROVE, Calif. — Cal Poly was unofficially tied for 10th place with British Columbia when play was suspended late in the second round due to darkness Monday in the Sacramento State Invitational at the Valley Hi Country Club.
No one in the 21-team, 86-golfer field completed the second round. Most players have two to four holes remaining to be played Tuesday before the final round begins shortly thereafter. There is a 60-to-80-percent chance of rain in the Sacramento area Tuesday morning.
Mustang sophomore Tanner Podres (pictured at right) is tied for first place with Cal State Fullerton's Jack Dyer at nine under par. Podres held a share of the first-round lead following his morning round of 67, which included five birdies, and added four birdies so far to his afternoon round. He has yet to post a bogey in the tournament.
Podres still must complete four holes before heading into the final round. Dyer has three holes remaining.
Boston Watts of Weber State and Joe Fryer of Long Beach State were at seven under par when play was suspended, tied for third place. Both have three holes to finish in the second round.
The team scoreboard is topped by Cal State Fullerton at 18 under par, six shots ahead of Long Beach State. Weber State is third, 10 strokes back.
Cal Poly posted a four-person seven-over-par 295 total in the morning round for 11th place and is five over par in the second round.
Behind Podres are Thomas Lehman with a 76 in the morning round and currently tied for 39th place at two over par, and Will Draper with an opening-round 75 and tied for 67th place when play was suspended.
Also, Sage Casaga is tied for 67th place after a 77 while Cade Casaga posted a 78 and is tied for 79th at 12 over par.
Competing as an individual, Bryce Loosigian is in a tie for 85th place after posting an 84 in the morning.