After a lightning delay of just over two hours that began at 3:13 p.m. EDT/12:13 p.m. PDT, the players are back on the course and second-round play at the NCAA Championships has resumes. The event is being played at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tennessee, just outside of Chattanooga.
Cal resumes action in a tie for 19th place at nine-over par for the tournament (four-over par for the day). The Golden Bears are currently eight strokes off the eighth and final match-play qualifying spot and 23 shots behind tournament leader Florida State, who is already in the clubhouse with a 36-hole team score of nine-under par 562. Golden Bear golfers had completed anywhere between the sixth and 10th holes on the course when the delay began.
Eric Mina is the first Golden Bear listed on the player leader board in a tie for 47th place at one-over par for both the tournament and today's round thru 10 holes.
Hagy is also two over for today's round thru eight holes, while Weaver is one-under through seven today and has moved after a birdie on his first hole and then six pars. He has moved up 39 spots from where he started the round after a three-over par opening-round 75 on Tuesday.
Stephen Hale has dropped back to a tie for 121st place with a seven-over par tournament score after a five-over 41 on the front nine today that included three bogeys, before a double on eight.
Max Homa had eight pars and a double bogey on seven going out. He is now tied for 133rd at nine-over par for the tournament.
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