Cabo Collegiate Washed Out, Round One Scores Become Final
Tyler earns a tie for second after his round of 72.
Oct. 16, 2012
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mex. - Second and third round play of the 3rd-annual Cabo Collegiate in Baja, Mexico were washed out Tuesday due to a tropical storm passing through the coast. The 12-team field was able to get in approximately 13 to 14 holes Monday in second round action, but since Tuesday's play was canceled, the incomplete round will not count.
Final results will be credited through just one round, which was played on Sunday. LMU finished ninth with a round of 309 and junior Tyler Torano earned a tie for second with a round of 72. He shot a 39 on the front nine and then had the best nine-hole score of the tournament with a 33 on the back.
"They tried to find some sort of opportunity to get the teams on the course, but mother nature did not cooperate," said LMU Head Coach Alex Galvan. "The second round just could not be completed, and there was no chance for the third round. It's too bad; Tyler was playing really well."
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