Yesterday's leader, Zach Foushee, wasn't able to replicate yesterday's score and tied with Jonathan Woofor a team-high 76 card. Foushee was 2-over on the back nine after shooting a double-bogey on the par-5 17th hole. The sophomore then lipped a putt on the second hole for bogey before sinking back-to-back birdies on the third and fourth holes. However, Foushee finished his last five holes with three bogeys and a double-bogey on the eighth hole.
Woo continued to struggle on the links, shooting 3-over on both the front and back nine. Thomas Lim was even par through his first seven holes thanks to an 8-foot putt on the 16th, but the freshman shot a double-bogey the very next hole to go 2-over heading into the turn. Lim didn't fare much better on the front nine, as he hit a pair of bogeys on the first and sixth holes before hitting a double-bogey on the par-4 fifth hole.
Sulman Raza shot one stroke better on the second round, carding 4-over 74. Raza got as low as 1-over on two different occasions, but double-bogeys on the fourth and eighth holes along with a bogey on his final hole left the sophomore with a 74.
Teams that played today turned right back around Sunday and started their third round under a shotgun format after the National Collegiate Athletic Association issued the following statement after the conclusion of the second round.
"Due to weather conditions, Round 4 of competition (low 40 individuals and ties) at the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships has been cancelled. Every effort is going to be made for all 156 players to complete 54 holes. After completion of the second-round today, teams 16-30 and high three individuals will begin third round play in a shotgun format approximately 40 minutes after the completion of round two. There is a limited amount of time to complete this half of the round (teams 16-30 and three higher individuals). If play is unable to be completed in that window, all scores in that round will be declared null and void. In such a case, round three will be repaired to include only teams 1-15 and the six low individuals not on those teams (based on non-sudden death tie breaking procedures) to determine the eight teams for match play and the individual champion."
Play was officially suspended by the NCAA Championships Committee at 5:34 p.m. (PT) with Oregon shooting 4-under through 8-9 holes and sitting in 23rd-place. The Ducks will resume play at 5:30 a.m. (PT) on Monday, May 26.