DADE CITY, Fla. (April 15, 2019) – Rollins posted its best round of the tournament thus far and gained ground on the leaders, sitting sixth after two rounds of the Sunshine State Conference Championship.
The Tars posted an eight-over round of 296 at Lake Jovita Golf Club on Monday and are alone in sixth at 21-over for the event.
Barry moved into the lead at nine-under while Lynn is second at two-under. Day one leader Nova Southeastern slipped on Monday and is now third at eight over for the tournament.
Perkins shot a 75 on Sunday and moved up four spots Monday with an even par 72. He was even at the turn and twice got to one-under before getting back even with a bogey on No. 17. Hall came into the day with a first round 74 and was one better on Monday, shooting a one-over 73. The junior started the day birdie-bogey and was even after the first nine. He took a double bogey on No. 11 and fought back the rest of the second nine, getting back to one-over after a birdie on No. 16.
Nicholas Diebel is tied for 29th at seven over, shooting scores of 75-76 for the event. Morgan Egloff shook off a tough day one and posted a three-over 75. Mason Fox is in a tie for 41st, shooting rounds of 77-78 for an 11-over 155 a the tournament.
Barry's Niclas Weiland posted a 68 on Monday and moved into first place with a five-under 139.
Rollins will be in the next to last wave to tee off the final round Tuesday, playing with Saint Leo and Florida Southern starting at 12:10 p.m.