GREENVILLE, SC - Play has been suspended during the second round of the Furman Intercollegiate on Saturday due to lightning. The round will be continued beginning at 9:00 am on Sunday followed by a shotgun start for round three at 9:30 am.
The Blue Hose have unofficially moved up into 17th place with a team score of +6 during round two. Play was suspended before Carson Spears could complete his 18th hole. The senior sits tied for 55th at +1 on the day with one hole remaining in his second round. He started the day by eagling the par-5, 512-yard hole No. 2 and recording birdies on two others to going -4 on the front nine.
Weston Sanders also started the day by eagling the second hole. Sanders was even on the day before hitting a triple-bogey to finish the day at 152 (77, 75).
North Florida remains in first place with a team score of 563. The Ospreys' Phillip Knowles also remains in first place at 137 (-7).
Fans can follow along on Sunday for the final round via Golfstat.