BRADENTON, Fla. — LSU’s Zach Wright shot a 73 Sunday and was in sixth place at 213 when play was suspended in the NCAA men’s golf championships.
LSU is tied with Illinois for third in the team standings at 7 over. The Tigers shot 290 Sunday for a total of 871.
Georgia led the team standings at 1 over, with the Bulldogs still on the course when play was stopped. Southern California was second at 4 over, also with holes to play.
SMU’s Bryson Dechambeau shot an even-par 72 Sunday to top the NCAA leader board when third-round play was suspended for the day because of lightning.
Dechambeau had a 7-under 209 total at The Concession Golf Club.
Alabama-Birmingham’s Paul Dunne was a stroke back after a 69.
LSU’s Eric Ricard is tied for seventh in the individual standings at 214 after a round of 68 Sunday. Brandon Pierce is another stroke back, tied for 12th.
After the round is completed, the top 15 schools and top nine individuals not on an advancing team will playing an additional round of stroke play to determine the top eight schools for match play and the 72-hole individual champion. The eight schools will then compete in match play for the team championship.
NCAA men’s golf championships
After three rounds
LSU scores — 6, Zach Wright 70-70-73—213 (-3); T7, Eric Ricard 72-74-68—214; T12, Brandon Pierce 71-71-73—215; T95, Benjamin Taylor 79-74-76—229; T151, Stewart Jolly 82-82-77—241