Joe Deraney led all Bulldog competitors with a two-round total of 143. He opened the day with an even-par round of 72 and finished day one with a one-under-par 71. The senior from Statesboro, Ga. is tied for second and one shot off the leader in the individual race. Tim Satow and Josh Oller both turned in even-par rounds in the second round. Satow was three-over after one round, while Oller rebounded from a 77 in the morning round to propel him in to 28th. Greg Huxman and Daniel Boles rounded out the scoring for the Maroon and White. Huxman finished the day at 150 and in 34th place, while Boles finished at 161.
"Our goal coming in to the tournament was to not count a lot of scores over 75," said head coach Clay Homan. "Our putting is getting a lot better, the greens here are fast and tricky. Playing three weeks in a row has given us some consistency; we have a chance to win if we play well on Tuesday," said Homan.
Senior Carl Sutton is competing this week as an individual. He finished the day with rounds of 83 and 76. Xavier's Neal Grusczynski leads the 54-hole tournament with a three-under-par 144.
The Intercollegiate will conclude Tuesday with a round 18 holes.