GRIZZLIES BATTLE WET CONDITIONS ON DAY TWO OF CHAMPIONSHIPS

GRIZZLIES BATTLE WET CONDITIONS ON DAY TWO OF CHAMPIONSHIPS

After play was halted on day one of the Canadian University/College Golf Championships due to thundershowers, some of the field of 156 student-athletes had more weather issues to deal with on Tuesday.

The Grizzlies men's team wasn't affected by the stormy weather which happened later in the day at the Tangle Creek Golf & Country Club in Barrie.

Matt Lemay (Waterloo) and teammate Jon Collins (Fergus) had the top scores of the day for the Grizzlies shooting matching rounds of six-over 77. Lemay currently sits in a tie for 24th while Collins is tied for 81st.

Brady Zordan (Midhurst) is tied for 68th, Jeff Ash (Barrie) is tied for 73rd and Mitchell Ahrens (Peterborough) is tied for 98th to round out the Georgian men's team. The men's team is currently sitting in 17th place.

The Grizzlies women's team had barely got their round started when rain showers suspended play for the second straight day. Following an over two hour delay, play resumed just after 6 p.m.

They were unable to complete their round as play was called for the day due to darkness. The second round will resume bright and early on Wednesday morning, followed by round three.

Addison Wallwin (Barrie) is currently sitting in a tie for 11th place, Emilie Tyndall (Kirkland, QC) is tied for 18th, Sady Beelik (Pefferlaw) is tied for 21st and Chloe Wells (Mississauga) is tied for 39th.

The women's team is currently sitting in sixth place overall.

The third round will be an important one for the Grizzlies as the field will be reduced prior to the fourth and final round on Thursday. The top 10 male teams and the top 6 female teams will make the 54 hole cut. As well any individual within 15 strokes of the lead will also make the 54 hole cut.

For a full list of the results visit the Golf Canada website.