MEADOWS OF DAN, Va. - The Loyola University Maryland golf team battled through a foggy, rain-shortened first day of the Primland Collegiate Invitational Monday and will resume play at the Primland Resort on Tuesday in a tie for sixth place.
Only two of the nine teams completed all 36 holes today, with the remaining teams set to conclude Round 2 tomorrow at 9:15 a.m. Due to weather conditions, the tournament has been shortened to a 45-hole event with a 9-hole third round also scheduled for Tuesday.
Through the first round, junior Ethan Wall shot a 2-under 70 and was just two strokes out of second place. Through 15 holes of the second round, Wall is 1-under par.
Junior Will Wears also shot an impressive first round, turning in his first collegiate round at under par, a 1-under 71.
Wears and Jeremy Wall are the lone Greyhounds to have completed all 36 holes today, with Wears shooting an aggregate score of 7-over 151 through the two rounds and Jeremy Wall carding a 13-over 157. Egloff, Flach and Ethan Wall still have three holes to play.
North Carolina has two players yet to finish, but is currently in the lead at 16-under. Auburn completed the round and is tied for second with tournament host Wake Forest at 13-under.
The Greyhounds are currently tied for sixth with Yale at 14-over.