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Harrison Shih is tied for eighth after the first round.
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars

Play Halted Due to Darkness at John Dallio Memorial

Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics
          Release: 10/06/2012
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LEMONT, Ill. - The Columbia men's golf team got through the first round of the John Dallio Memorial Saturday, but second round action was stopped due to darkness at the Ruffled Feathers Golf Club. After the first 18 holes, the Lions stand in 12th place.

Play got underway at the DePaul hosted tournament late Saturday morning following a frost delay. Harrison Shih posted the top score for Columbia, shooting a 76 to put himself in a tie for eighth. Brandon Jowers' scorecard read 78 following the first round, placing him in a tie for 26th.

Andrew Kim opened the tournament with an 81, while Ford Fischer registered an 84. Kim's first round score put him in a tie for 50th, while Fischer is tied for 65th.

Play is set to resume Sunday at 9 a.m.  with the remainder of the second round and the final round to immediately follow.

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