June 2, 2010
Play suspended at NCAA Golf Championship
Bailey on the course when second round halted
2010 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - A two-hour lightning delay caused the second round to be suspended at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship at the 7,395-yard, par 72 The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tennessee on Wednesday afternoon. Virginia Tech golfer Marshall Bailey was still on the course when play was stopped due to darkness at 8:45 p.m.

Bailey, a junior from Fincastle, Virginia, was one-over-par through 16 holes in the second round. He stands at six-over-par for the tournament and is currently tied for 101st place. He had a birdie, two bogeys and 13 pars in the incomplete round.

Bailey will complete his second round beginning at 7 a.m. on Thursday morning and will play his third round on Thursday afternoon.

Alex Ching of San Diego leads the event at nine-under-par 135 after tying the competitive course record with a six-under par 66. Florida State leads the event after two rounds at 14-under-par 562, five strokes ahead of Oklahoma State. All 30 teams and six individuals will play 54 holes of stroke play to determine the individual champion and the top eight teams that will advance to the championship round.

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