Georgia Tech fell from second to a tie for sixth midway through the second round of the NCAA Central Regional.
The second-seeded Yellow Jackets were 10 over through 11 holes Friday when rain suspended play. The second round will resume Saturday at 7:30 a.m. (CT) at The Club at Olde Stone in Alvaton, Ky.
Georgia Tech senior Cameron Tringale (pictured) bogeyed three of his last four holes before play was called.
Washington, the top seed and fourth-ranked team in the country, maintained its first-round lead. UCLA was eight shots back through 11 holes.
Ninth-seeded Ohio State, which started the second round in ninth place, moved into a tie for third through eight holes. The Buckeyes were 2 under as a team.
Playing as an individual, Marquette senior Mike Van Sickle made four birdies and an eagle through 16 holes. He moved from a tie for 11th into a tie for third. Van Sickle has won five events this season.
The top five teams will advance to the NCAA Championship May 26-30 at Inverness in Toledo, Ohio.