Men's Golf Struggles

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The No. 13 Cal men's golf team struggled during the second day of play at the U.S. Collegiate Championships, shooting a 2-over par 291 for a total of 5-over par for the tournament.

While the Bears, who went into Monday's round at sixth place, climbed up the leaderboard to fifth place, they trail leader and host No. 17 Georgia Tech by a whopping 25 shots going into today's final 18 holes. Rain delayed the second round of play at the course in Alpharetta, Ga.

-Aaron Lee






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