VALDOSTA, Ga. (March 13, 2017) – Rollins held in 11th place after the second day of play at the 2017 Southeastern Collegiate Tuesday afternoon.

Valdosta State is hosting the event at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club. Teams battled tough scoring conditions Monday as a swath of storms moved through southern Georgia. Rollins played its entire round in the rain in a day that started with near freezing temperatures and gusting wind.

Seventh-ranked Rollins shot 300 in Sunday’s opening round and battled to a 306 on Tuesday. The Tars 606 is six shots out of seventh place. Top-ranked West Florida leads the field with five-over par 581. Second-ranked Lynn is three shots back (584) in second and 16th-ranked Florida Tech (588) is third.

The field of 18 teams boasts the top-five ranked schools in the nation and 10 out of the top-15.

Senior Jakob Van de Flierdt is tied for seventh with a three-over score of 147. He shot 73 on Sunday to open and followed with a 74 Tuesday. Sam Grindle is tied for 26th after carding 75 in both rounds to sit six-over with 150 strokes.

Will Hall has a nine-over 153 (73-80) and is tied for 49th, Collin Engelhardt (79-77) is tied for 63rd with 156 shots and Barry Babbitt (79-83) has a score of 162 and is tied for 84th.

The 2017 Southeastern Collegiate will conclude with 18 final holes on Tuesday, Mach 14. Rollins will tee off beginning at 10 a.m. and play with Lander and Saint Leo. Live scoring is available at