Border Olympics shortened to 36 holes due to Rain

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LAREDO, Texas – The first round of the prestigious Border Olympics was suspended due to rain on Friday with four team yet to complete 18 holes at the par-72, 7,125-yard Laredo Country Club.

Due to the suspension of the first round, the tournament will be shortened to 36 holes with the first round resuming at 7:30 am tomorrow. Senior Ragnar Gardarsson has carded a round of 3-under par through 15 holes.

Louisiana is paired with ULM, Rice and UTSA for the final round. Live scoring is available on

For updates and info on Ragin’ Cajuns golf, follow the squad on twitter @RaginCajunsGolf or check

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Jeff Schneider

Sports Information Assistant, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

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