CABO SAN LUCAS, Mex. - The conclusion of the 3rd Annual Cabo Collegiate was cancelled on Tuesday due to a tropical storm in the area. The 12-team field was expected to complete second-round action, which was delayed on Monday because of weather, before playing the final 18 holes at the Querencia Golf Club. Tuesday's cancellation means the first round was the only one completed, and its results will stand as final for the event.
In a field featuring four teams ranked in the top-50 nationally, Ole Miss took home the team title by carding an eight-over par 296 on Sunday. Kentucky finished second at 11-over par 299, with Florida State and South Florida tying for third place at 12-over par 300.
UK's Will Bishop was the only player to break par in the opening round, claiming medalist honors with a two-under par 70. Bishop was followed by a three-way tie for second-place at even-par 72 by Loyola Marymount's Tyler Toran, Abilene Christian's Alex Carpenter and USF's Richard James.
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 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.
UALR returns to action Nov. 5-6 at the Red Wolves Fall Beach Classic in Gulf Shores, Ala.