Nov. 6, 2006
San Martin, Calif. -
The Pepperdine men's golf team is currently tied for 11th place with nearly two rounds complete at the CordeValle Collegiate hosted by UCLA at the par-72, 7,119-yard CordeValle Country Club that opened Monday in San Martin, California. Play was suspended due to darkness before the second round could be completed and will resume on Tuesday with a shotgun start beginning at 7 a.m.
Third-round play will begin at approximately 8:30 a.m.
After opening with a 3-over 291 in the first round, the Waves are 4-under par through 16 holes of their second round. Pepperdine is tied with Notre Dame at 1-under par.
Stanford is the current leader at 22-under par, including 15-under par on its second round. Lamar is second at 14-under par, while Arizona (12-under) and Coastal Carolina (11 under) are for third and fourth, respectively.
Northwestern and USC are tied for fifth at 9-under par.
Pepperdine junior Jesse Barnsley shot a first-round 3-under par 69 and is tied for 10th with four other players at 5-under par after completing 34 holes.
Junior Eric Shriver carded a first-round 3-over par 75 and is at even-par after completing 16 holes of his second round.
Stanford's Zack Miller leads the individual standings with a 9-under par total of 135. Miller was one of 47 players to complete both rounds.
The remainder of the tournament can be followed live on the Internet at www.Golfstat.com.