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Senior Anton Arboleda

Courtesy: UCLA Athletics
Weather Suspends First Round at Men's golf Championship
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  05/23/2014
HUTCHINSON, Kan. -- First-round play at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship was suspended due to weather at Pairie Dunes. On Friday, golfers endured more than eight hours of delays, including rain and lightening.

Through six holes, UCLA was tied for 11th place at three-over par, six shots off the lead. Oregon was the leader in the clubhouse at three-under par through seven holes. Iowa State and SMU were tied for second at two-under par, followed by South Carolina in fourth place at one-under par and fifth-place Texas at even par.

Individually, UCLA senior Anton Arboleda was two-under par through six holes and was tied for second place, one shot off the lead. Sophomore Jonathan Garrick was one-over par through six holes. Sophomore Lorens Chan and juniors Preston Valder and Matt Pinizzotto were two-over par through eight holes.

Oregon’s Zach Foushee was the leader in the clubhouse at three-under par through six holes.

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