Stanford topped the leader board Saturday in the suspended second round of the NCAA men's golf championship, while the Cardinal's Cameron Wilson and South Carolina's Will Starke shared the individual lead.
After rain wiped out more than eight hours of play Thursday at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kansas, Stanford had a 13-under 267 in the second round for a 12-under 548 total.
Defending champion Alabama and South Carolina were tied for second at 8 under. Alabama had a second-round 278, while South Carolina had yet to start its second round.
Starke opened with a 6-under 64, and Wilson also was 6 under after rounds of 71 and 63. Stanford star Patrick Rodgers was in the group at 5 under after rounds of 67 and 68.
Wilson's 63 is the second-best NCAA score ever by a Cardinal golfer, trailing only Notah Begay's 62 in the 1994 finale.
"I had some good looks at the beginning of the round that I didn't make, but I felt good about my game and knew that I would have a chance to shoot a low score," Wilson said. "The soft greens today really helped out everyone."
Cal was tied for 21st place at 8 over after rounds of 279 and 289. Brandon Hagy shared 39th place at even par after a 68 and 72.
The teams will play 54 holes of stroke play to qualify for the eight-team championship playoff, which will be conducted in a match-play format. Those eight will be whittled down to two Tuesday for the title match Wednesday. The individual title will be decided Monday after 72 holes of stroke play.
Cal's Lynn Chi upset top-ranked Jamie Loeb of North Carolina 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA women's singles championship at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Georgia.
Chi, a sophomore ranked No. 24, improved to 37-10 this season, while the freshman Loeb finished at 53-4.
"I started off nervous. Once I calmed down a little bit, I stuck to the game plan and made my shots," said Chi, who will play Georgia State's Abigail Tere-Apisah in Sunday's semifinals.
Tere-Apisah has already ousted Chi's teammate Zsofi Susanyi 7-6 (3), 6-1 in the Round of 32.
Vince Bruno's two-run single keyed a four-run second inning, and Cal (26-27, 13-17 Pac-12) went on to a 5-3 victory at No. 16 Oregon. Bruno also had a ninth-inning single for the Bears, who ended their season by taking two of three from the Ducks. Cal starter Ryan Mason allowed two earned runs and five hits over six innings.
Marshall Marini, in his second try on turf, scored a front-running victory in the $37,515 feature at Golden Gate Fields. Ridden by Abel Cedillo, Marshall Marini finished one mile in 1:37.50 to beat 3-to-5 favorite Salah Champ by 13/4 lengths. Trained by Steve Sherman, the winner paid $8.80 as the second wagering choice in a field of eight. Racing continues at the track Sunday and Monday, Memorial Day. First post both days is 12:45 p.m.
Wire services contributed to this report.