CABO SAN LUCAS, Mex. - Play at the 3rd Annual Cabo Collegiate was suspended in the second round on Monday due to a tropical storm in the area. The 12-team field was finally able to tee off at 3 p.m. and was expected to play approximately 13-14 holes before stopping at 7 p.m.
Second-round play will be completed on Tuesday morning, followed immediately by the final round of competition at the Querencia Golf Club. The 12-team field includes four of the nation's top-50 programs in Florida State, St. Mary's, Kentucky and Ole Miss.
The Trojans were in 10th place after Sunday's opening round at 25-over par 313. Sophomore Alfred Kerstis led the team with a three-over par 75 in the first round to earn a share of 17th place. Senior Nicklaus Benton and junior Nick Zimmerman posted matching 79's, followed by an 80 from junior Luis Cedeno.
Ole Miss led the way with an eight-over par 296 on Sunday, followed by second-place Kentucky at 11-over par 299. Florida State and South Florida were tied for third place at 12-over par 300.
UK's Will Bishop was the only player to break par in the opening round, and sits atop the individual leader board at two-under par 70. Bishop is followed by a three-way tie for second-place at even-par 72 in Loyola Marymount's Tyler Toran, Abilene Christian's Alex Carpenter and USF's Richard James.