Dawgs Set Off On Day 2 At NCAA's
The Washington men's golf team has started its second of three individual rounds at the NCAA Championships today at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio. The Dawgs enter today's round tied for fourth place among the 30 participating teams after shooting a four-over-par 293 yesterday. The three initial rounds, which conclude tomorrow, determine the NCAA individual champion, while the top eight teams qualify for the new match play format that will settle the final team championship.
Tze Huang Choo set-off on hole No. 1 at 7:47 a.m. (4:47 for those of you in the Pacific timze zone!). Chris Killmer went off at 7:57, while Darren Wallace teed-off at 8:06 and Richard Lee started at 8:16. Nick Taylor, who entered the day tied for fourth place after shooting a one-under-par 70 yesterday, started at 8:25 a.m.
Following a night full of lightning and thunderstorms, the team woke to relatively clear skies. The course is, obviously, a little wet from the rain. But, the forecast for the day is mostly cloudy until about 2 p.m. when more rain is expected.
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