Texas A&M Athletics/Thomas Campbell

Played Suspended at Aggie Invitational


BRYAN, Texas – On a 36-hole day at the Aggie Invitational, the No. 16 Arkansas men’s golf team moved up three spots during the second round to sit T-8th before play was suspended due to darkness at Traditions Club.

Playing against five of the top 10 teams in the country, the Razorbacks opened play with a 24-over 312, but bounced back in the afternoon and are 8-over with one hole to play before action was halted.

No. 8 Alabama leads the field at 7-over, while Kent State (+15) is second and top-ranked Oklahoma State (+16) is third. Arkansas is T-8th overall and leads No. 10 Baylor by two shots and No. 6 Texas Tech by five strokes.

Alvaro Ortiz leads the way at 4-over for the tournament at T-15th overall, while William Buhl is T-30th at 8-over following a 1-over 73 in the afternoon.

Tyson Reeder carded the team’s low round of the day with an even-par 72 in the afternoon and is T-37th overall. Mason Overstreet is T-50th, Luis Garza is T-56th and Landon Ernst is T-47th playing as an individual.

The Razorbacks return to the course Sunday morning as Ortiz has one hole to play to complete the second round, before action continues into the third and final round.

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