Clemson maintained the top position in the team standings with a nine-under 279 on Saturday. The Tigers (568) are separated from second-place Florida (572) by four strokes, and sit 28 strokes ahead of the Demon Deacons (596). Wake Forest is four strokes back of Auburn and UNLV, who are tied for 10th
Wake Forest senior Bill Haas fired a three-under 69 on Saturday to move into a tie for sixth place in the individual standings. Coupled with his first-round 72, Haas is five strokes back of field leader Jason Hartwick of Texas. Hartwick is eight under for the tournament and was one of three players to card a 65 on Saturday.
WFU rookie Sean Moore recorded his first collegiate round under par on Saturday, turning in a one-under 71. Moore moved from 71st to 47th in the standings and is six-over through 36 holes.
Another freshman, Chad Wilcox, is one stroke back of Moore, tied for 56th at seven-over. Wilcox carded a 78 on Saturday to go with his opening round 73.
WFU sophomore Kyle Reifers shaved six strokes off his first-round score with a two-over 74 on Saturday. He is currently tied for 67th in the individual standings.
Rounding out the Deacon lineup is junior Doug Manchester, who shot a 84 on Saturday and is tied for 88th at 12-over for the tournament.
The final round of the Carpet Capital Collegiate takes place Sunday. The Deacs, paired with Auburn and UNLV, tee off from No. 10 beginning at 9:30 a.m.
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