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No. 1 Oklahoma State, Oregon share The Prestige Lead
Oklahoma State's Viktor Hovland <br>(Golfweek Photo)
Oklahoma State's Viktor Hovland
(Golfweek Photo)

LA QUINTA, CA (February 20, 2018) - After the first round of The Prestige at PGA West was cancelled Monday due to high winds it was No. 1 Oklahoma State and Oregon moving into a share of the lead on the first day of play.

With the tournament shortened to 36-holes both teams will begin the final round 1-under and ahead of third place Pepperdine (+1) by two-strokes, No. 12 Stanford (+2) and Northwestern (+2) are sharing fourth one shot further back.

In the medalist race the pace is being set by Northwestern's Sam Triplett who signed for a 4-under 67 on the Greg Norman Course.

Triplett bogeyed only once while rolling in five birdies, four of which came between Nos. 11-16.

Norman Xiong (Oregon) and Franklin Huang (Stanford) share second at 3-under while five others are fourth at 3-under.

Two-time defending champion LSU, ranked ninth in the country, is 3-over and four off the pace.

Results: The Prestige
1CAClay FeaglerLaguna Niguel, CA80069-66=135
2CANorman XiongCanyon Lake, CA50068-68=136
3FLLuis GagneOrlando, FL40070-68=138
T4CAJustin SuhSan Jose, CA40071-69=140
T4NorwayViktor HovlandNorway40069-71=140

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ABOUT THE The Prestige

54 hole men's college tournament played in California's Coachella Valley which features an all- star field of many of major college golf's top teams and players. The Prestige at PGA West is co-hosted by eight time NCAA Champion Stanford University of the Pac 12 Conference and UC Davis of the Big West Conference.

There is a college/am tournament fund raiser the day before the tournament proper begins which is a great way to see first hand how these players (many of whom will go on to PGA Tour careers) go about their business.

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