Stanford, Calif.-----San Jose State University's Jay Myers started quickly, was two-under par for his first nine holes, and was four-under through 13 holes when play was suspended at the U.S. Intercollegiate men's golf tournament due to rain.
In the team competition on the par 70, Stanford University Golf Course, San Jose State was second in a 20-team field that includes seven top-20 teams. The Spartans were three-over par and only trailed #3-ranked Washington by two strokes.
Besides Myers' fast start, the Spartans' Mark Hubbard was even par; Stephan Stallworth, two over; and Rosco Valentine, three over for the San Jose State team total. Matthew Hovan was six-over par after 11 holes.
The 54-hole tournament is scheduled to resume Monday, April 12, at 9:00 a.m., weather permitting. For the tournament to count, all 20 teams must complete 36 holes by the end of Tuesday, April 13.
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