Men's Golf Tied for Eighth at Northern Intercollegiate
 
 
 
Senior Matthew Moseley tied his career low with an opening round 68 on Saturday, and is currently tied for fifth.
 
Senior Matthew Moseley tied his career low with an opening round 68 on Saturday, and is currently tied for fifth.
 
 

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. - With the conclusion of the second round delayed due to darkness, the Michigan State men's golf team sits in a tie for eighth at the Northern Intercollegiate. The Spartans are currently are 54-over par at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill.

First Day Results/Live Scoring

Senior Matthew Moseley leads the Spartans through the first day, currently tied for fifth at 5-over par, just two shots off the lead. Moseley was the first round leader, after shooting a career-low 3-under par 68, but currently is 8-over thru 15 holes in his second round.

Making his collegiate debut, freshman Mitch Rutledge is tied for 14th (11-over) with a couple holes to play in her second round. Rutledge carded a 4-over par 75 in the first round.

Sophomore McCormick Clouser is tied for 38th at 17-over with a couple holes left to play in his second round. Senior Dave Ellis is tied for 50th at 21-over 163 (83-80) and junior Carson Castellani is tied for 62nd at 27-over 169 (86-83). Playing as an individual, senior Will Morris is 64th at 33-over 175 (86-89).

Indiana holds the first day lead after carding a two-round total of 31-over par 599. The Hoosiers lead St. Mary's (Calif.) by eight shots and Central Florida by 13 entering the final round.

There is a three-way tie for the individual lead, as Indiana's Michael McGee, St. Mary's Jonathan De Los Reye and Liberty's Chase Marinell are 3-over 145 through 36 holes.

Play will resume at 8:27 a.m. ET, with the unfinished groups and the beginning of the third round.