"I started on a par-5 so I was kind of ready to go back out there and make some birdies and made one on nine," said Foushee. "The back nine had a few hard holes to start out, but I felt like I was able to keep going after I got past those first couple holes."
Thomas Lim was even-par heading into the back nine before the freshman sank birdies on the 13th and 16th hole. Lim, however gave one up the very next hole, narrowly missed his putt to bogey the 17th hole. The freshman nearly sank a 10-footer for birdie on the final hole at 18, but was short by just a couple inches and finished with a 1-under 69 card.
Brandon McIver was 2-under heading into the resumption of play, but struggled to find his groove on the front nine and shot 6-over at holes six through nine. The sophomore started Saturday with a triple-bogey on the par-4 sixth hole, followed by bogeys on four of his next five holes before finishing the day 4-over thanks to a birdie on the par-5 17th hole.
Jonathan Woo was 3-over as he made his turn towards the back-nine, but was able to sink a birdie on the 14th hole. Woo however lipped out his putt on the 16th hole for a bogey and finished the round 3-over.
Sulman Raza started the round Friday with a double-bogey on the par-3 second hole and bogey on the fourth hole, but settled down after that. Raza finished the day with a 5-over 75 card, but only bogeyed the 12th and 15th holes on the back nine.
With the original second wave of teams finally teeing off late this morning, the Ducks will now wait and see where they stand heading into the second round when those teams finish. "'It was definitely weird going back out there today, especially at seven in the morning," said Foushee. "Other teams also had to deal with it so we're in the same boat. There's always going to be adversity and those that get past it will end up on top."