Fresno State finished its first two rounds at The Prestige at PGA West, but had to wait overnight Tuesday to see where exactly it stands.
The Bulldogs were in 10th at 23-over 291-300-591, but eight of the 15 men's golf teams did not complete their second round. It marked the second straight day that a round's finish was thwarted by darkness.
UCLA leads at 6 under through 12 holes of round 2. Washington was in the clubhouse at 3-under 565.
Rufie Fessler remained Fresno State's top individual, but stumbled after a first-round 67 to shoot a 78 -- good for a 3-over total of 145.
Baseball rained out
Fresno State's baseball game against Sacramento State was canceled Tuesday night because of rain.
No makeup date was announced. The Bulldogs play a three-game series at Baseball America No. 15 Stanford beginning Friday.
Stanford pushed back its home opener against Cal to today because of rain.
-- Fresno State's Je'Nia Sears is the Mountain West women's indoor track and field athlete of the week after a record leap at Sunday's Run for the Dream.
Sears won the long jump with a school- and meet-record mark of 20 feet, 10.75 inches at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs sophomore is fifth in the nation.
-- Two Bulldogs lacrosse players earned Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors, with Marcy Levatino the offensive player of the week and freshman Angelica Fuccillo the rookie of the week.
Levatino scored seven goals and Fuccillo four in a 17-14 victory against Presbyterian. The Bulldogs (1-0) play La Salle on March 5 in San Diego.
SOFTBALL: FRESNO STATE VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
Today: 6 p.m. at Bulldog Diamond
Records: Bulldogs 6-6, Roadrunners 1-7
The skinny: 6-1 home start for Bulldogs lost luster after 0-5 run at UCSB tourney. Early leaders include freshman Paige Gumz (.345 avg.), Brenna Moss (.341, 8 RBIs) and Stesha Brazil (4 HRs). ... CSUB's Amber Mills (Clovis West) is 0-2 with 3.29 ERA in six games (two starts). Second-year assistant Aja Scheuber, a Bulldogs star from 2007-08, faces old team for first time.