LAKELAND, Fla. (May 2, 2011) - Rollins carded a 298 on Monday and remained steadfast in second place after day two of the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament.

The Tars are eight shots back of leader Nova Southeastern and five up on third place Florida Southern. The Sunshine State Conference trio stands 20 strokes ahead of fourth place Carson-Newman. The top-three teams advance to the NCAA Division II National Championships in Allendale, Mich.

Fabia Rothenfluh and Joanna Coe continued their solid play and are tied for second with scores of 145. After both opening with one-under par scores of 71 on Sunday, they each carded 74 strokes Monday. Rothenfluh was consistent with four bogeys and two birdies. Coe had a more up and down day, suffering four bogeys on the front-nine. The first part of her day, however, was highlighted by an eagle-three on No. 5. On the back-nine, she evened things out with two bogeys and two birdies.

Brianna Seo shot the Tars' best score of the day with a one-over 73 and is tied for 10th with a score of 150. The senior was one under after a birdie on No. 5, but fell back with bogeys on No. 5 and No. 6. She then played the back even par to claim a spot in the top-10.

Cecilia Kleinert recorded an 80 on Tuesday and is tied for 23rd with 156 strokes (76-80). Elin Marcsdottir is two back of Kleinert in a tie for 28th with a round of 81 on Sunday and 77 Tuesday.

Sandra Changkija of NSU set a tournament record with a 68 and took a five-shot lead over the field.

The NCAA Division II South Regional will conclude with 18 final holes on Tuesday, May 3. Fans can follow the action live at