Indiana senior Jeff Overton tied a course record and set a new collegiate course record with a blistering seven-under 65 to take a three-shot lead in the individual competition into Saturday's second round.
Indiana is second in the team competition at five-under 283, followed by Minnesota (three-under 285) and defending champion Ohio State (three-over 291). Purdue is tied with Wisconsin in fifth place at four-over.
UW's top individuals, Jones and Tassistro, are tied for 12th overall. Senior Brian Brodell is tied for 18th place (one-over 73), sophomore Adam DeLawyer is tied for 34th (three-over 75) and freshman Jeff Kaiser is 54th (eight-over 80).
"Garrett and Kevin played well today, and I expect them to play well the rest of the weekend," UW coach Jim Schuman said. "As a team, I thought we played the golf course decently, but a few mistakes here and there hurt us."