HUTCHINSON, Kan. — After Saturday’s second round of stroke play was suspended because of darkness, the 16th-ranked LSU Tigers returned to the par-70 course at Prairie Dunes Country Club on Sunday morning to finish off their round of 2-under-par 278 to move into fourth out of 30 teams after 36 holes at the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.

The Tigers were playing holes 12-15 on the back nine of their second round when play was suspended at 8:30 p.m. Saturday before resuming play at 7 a.m. Sunday.

Led by second-round scores of 3-under 67 by Ben Taylor and 2-under 68 by first-team All-SEC selection Stewart Jolly, the Tigers completed 36 holes at 3-under 557.

Taylor is tied for 13th place in the individual standings at 2-under 138, four shots behind leader Cameron Wilson of Stanford. LSU’s Curtis Thompson is tied for 18th at 139, and Smylie Kaufman is tied for 26th at 140.

LSU is nine shots out of the lead for the No. 1 seed in match play with one round of stroke play remaining. No. 3 Stanford holds the top spot at 548.

The top eight teams after 54 holes advance to single-elimination match play for the national championship that begins Tuesday. Rounding out the top eight going into the final round are No. 1 Alabama in second at 552, No. 2 Oklahoma State in third at 556, No. 4 Georgia Tech in fifth at 559, No. 14 Oklahoma and No. 28 SMU tied for sixth at 560, and No. 21 UCLA in eighth at 563.

Lightning stopped play at 10:03 a.m. Sunday. Play resumed at 11:40 a.m. before tournament officials announced a change to the format. Monday’s fourth round of stroke play that would have decided the NCAA individual champion was canceled. The NCAA individual champion will now be crowned Monday after 54 holes.

The Tigers are paired with Georgia Tech and SMU in the third round beginning at 12:30 p.m. Monday.

NCAA Division I men’s golf championships

Second round

TEAM SCORES (Par 560): 1. Stanford 281-267 – 548; 2. Alabama 274-278 – 552; 3. Oklahoma State 277-279 – 556; 4. LSU 279-278 – 557; 5. Georgia Tech 277-282 – 559; T6. Oklahoma 273-287 – 560; T6. SMU 275-285 – 560; 8. UCLA 279-284 – 563; 9. South Carolina 272-292 – 564; 10. Illinois 285-280 – 565; T11. Auburn 274-292 – 566; T11. Vanderbilt 281-285 – 566; T11. Washington 279-287 – 566; T14. Texas 289-278 – 567; T14. UAB 282-285 – 567; 16. California 279-289 – 568; 17. Houston 284-285 – 569; 18. Missouri 283-289 – 572; 19. Georgia 286-287 – 573; 20. Kentucky 288-286 – 574; T21. Georgia State 285-290 – 575; T21. Purdue 286-289 – 575; 23. Iowa State 278-299 – 577; 24. Arkansas 292-286 – 578; 25. Oregon 284-297 – 581; 26. Texas A&M 296-288 – 584; 27. Florida State 286-301 – 587; 28. Kennesaw State 294-294 – 588; 29. Southern California 296-298 – 594; 30. Virginia Tech 294-301 – 595.

TOP INDIVIDUALS (Par 140): 1. Cameron Wilson, Stanford, 71-63 – 134; 2. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford, 67-68 – 135; T3. Davin White, Georgia State, 69-67 – 136; T3. Talor Gooch, Oklahoma State, 69-67 – 136; T3. Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech, 71-65 – 136; T3. Charlie Saxon, Oklahoma, 65-71 – 136; T3. Denny McCarthy, Virginia, 65-71 – 136; T8. Austin Smotherman, SMU, 66-71 – 137; T8. Caleb Sturgeon, South Carolina, 66-71 – 137; T8. Robby Shelton, Alabama, 72-65 – 137; T8. Paul Dunne, UAB, 66-71 – 137; T8. Beau Titsworth, Oklahoma, 67-70 – 137.

LSU SCORES: T13. Ben Taylor, 71-67 – 138; T18. Curtis Thompson, 68-71 – 139; T26. Smylie Kaufman, 68-72 – 140; T50. Stewart Jolly, 74-68 – 142; T89. Zach Wright, 72-73 – 145.