The Waves will be in action again on March 10-11 at the San Diego Classic.
The third and final round at Saticoy Country Club is on Tuesday.
The Waves will return to action in two weeks in Palm Springs.
Darkness halted play late during Monday's second round.
The Waves were playing in their final fall event and will be back in action in February.
Jeff Golden's photos of the first and second rounds at Saticoy Country Club.
Jeff Golden photos of the first and second rounds at CSUN's Bill Cullum Invitational.
Photos from the third and final round of the Cullum Invitational in Simi Valley, Calif.
Photos by Jeff Golden at the Pepperdine-hosted event at North Ranch Country Club.
Photos by Max Waugh of the Waves at the season-opening Husky Invitational.
CAREER: In three seasons, has a stroke average of 75.05 in 29 events and 84 rounds ... Has one career victory (co-medalist at the 2012 Folino Invitational).
PEPPERDINE 2012-13: Competed at 10 of 11 tournaments as a junior, most of any Pepperdine player ... Averaged 74.50 strokes in 30 rounds ... Tied for 18th at the WCC Championships with a 6-over 222 (73-75-74) ... His best round of the season was a 2-under 69 in the first round of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational ... Led the Waves at the Husky Invitational with a tie for 28th place.
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: Was in Pepperdine's lineup for all 12 tournaments and 33 rounds as a sophomore ... Averaged 75.15 strokes ... Shared medalist honors at the Folino Invitational with a 1-under 215 (72-71-72) ... Had a pair of 1-under 71s during the season, coming at the UNCG Bridgestone Golf Collegiate and the Folino Invitational (both in the second round) ... Took 31st at the WCC Championships (74-77-76=227).
PEPPERDINE 2010-11: Earned All-WCC honorable mention honors ... Earned the most playing time of Pepperdine's freshmen, appearing in seven tournaments and 21 rounds ... Had a stroke average of 75.67 ... Played some of his best golf down the stretch, tying for 11th place at the NCAA Southwest Regional with a 3-under 210 (70-71-69) and tying for 13th at the WCC Championships (72-80-68=220) ... Had four sub-par rounds, with a best of a 4-under 68 in the third round at WCCs ... Tied for 119th at the NCAA Championships (78-81-76=235) ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors.
JUNIOR/AMATEUR GOLF: Finished in second place and was the low amateur at the 2012 Kentucky Open ... Ranked among the nation's top 50 juniors in his class by Golfweek/Titleist and the AJGA, and first among players from Kentucky ... Won the 2008 CJGA World Junior Challenge ... Recipient of the 2010 Cameron M. Weis Sportsmanship Award at the AJGA NRP Bluegrass Junior ... Won the Kentucky Junior Golf Association State Match Play Tournament.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Ballard High School, located in Louisville, Ky., in 2010 ... Played four years on the varsity ... Finished in the top 10 at every Kentucky High School Athletic Association Tournament ... Made the all-state team as a senior ... Won three KHSAA Invitational tournaments as a senior and two as a junior ... Set a tournament record with a 64 at the Warren East Invitational Tournament as a senior ... Posted a scoring average of 71.8 in his final season.
PERSONAL: Born in Louisville, Ky. ... Son of Mark and Beth Page ... Has one sister, Katie ... Majoring in business administration ... Lists his most thrilling moment in sports as the time he shot basketball with Michael Jordan when he was 9 years old .. Chose Pepperdine because "it provides endless opportunities in both golf and academics in one of the most beautiful parts of the country."
FAVORITES: Enjoys fishing, hunting and playing basketball ... Lists Michael Jordan as his sports hero ... Favorites include Robert Rock (pro golfer), Augusta National (golf course), Driven From Within by Michael Jordan (book), White Men Can't Jump (movie), Hard Knocks (TV show), Kenny Chesney (musical artist), barbecue (food) and basketball (sport other than golf) ... Favorite thing about golf is "the direct correlation between the qualities needed to succeed both on and off the course."