The Long Beach State women's golf team is currently in ninth place with five holes remaining in the second round of the season-opening Colonel Bill Wollenberg Ptarmigan Ram Classic at the Ptarmigan Country Club in Colorado.
Second round play was interrupted by a weather delay as lightning moved through the area and play was finally stopped due to darkness. Teams will resume with the remaining five holes on Tuesday morning and continue on with the final round.
LBSU currently sits in the middle of the field at 34-over-par as the 49ers remain just one shot behind Kansas State (+33) in eighth, four strokes behind Idaho (+30) in seventh and six shots behind tournament host Colorado State (+28) in sixth.
The 49ers posted an opening round score of 16-over-par 304 to tie for seventh with Nevada.
California currently leads the field of 17 teams at 10-over as the Golden Bears holds a one-shot lead over second-place New Mexico (+11) and five strokes over UNLV and Colorado (+15) tied for third.
Sophomore Shawnee Martinez is tied for 11th at 4-over after posting two birdies and three bogeys through 14 holes in the second round. Martinez carded an opening round 75 to tie for 24th that was highlighted by three birdies for the round.
Sophomore Kassidy Teare is two shots behind at 6-over, tied for 23rd with two birdies and six bogeys. Teare recorded a 74 in the morning round with two birdies and four bogeys to tie for 16th.
Senior Rochelle Chan and sophomore Janelle Sua are tied for 54th at 12-over, while junior Chaewon Park (+17) is tied for 72nd.
Dana Finkelstein of UNLV leads the field of 89 players at 6-under, holding a five-stroke lead over two players tied for second.