SOUTHPORT, North Carolina – Junior Lori Beth Adams carded a one-under-par 71 to lead UNCW in the second round of the 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Golf Championships on Saturday at the Reserve Club of the St. James Plantation.

Adams (83-71=154) posted her seventh round of par or lower this season as she catapulted herself into a three-way tie for second place after 36 holes.

James Madison’s Shabril Brewer (76-68=144) holds a 10-shot lead over Adams and Xavier’s tandem of Shane Crutchfield (75-79=154) and Breanna Patz (77-77=154) after setting a course record with a four-under-par 68 on Saturday to drop her tournament scorecard to even par.

For UNCW, sophomore Mallory Warrick (81-76=157) is three shots back of Adams in a tie for sixth after carding a four-over-par 76 during the second round. Sophomore Mattie Tobey (83-78=161) is tied for 23rd while junior Megan Burnham (85-79=164) is one shot back of Tobey in 25th place. Senior Danielle Lamy (87-92=179) is tied for 41st.

UNCW combined to post the second lowest team round of the day on Saturday as it combined for a 304 to move into fourth place with a two-day total of 332-304=636.

Led by Brewer’s record-breaking round, James Madison posted a team result of 298 in the second round to gain an 11-stroke lead over the field with a 36-hole total of 321-298=619. Richmond (317-313=630) and first-round leader Xavier (313-317=630) are tied for second.

The final round of the 2013 CAA Women’s Golf Championships will begin Sunday at 8 a.m. in a split start format. UNCW will be paired with Delaware and William & Mary and will open the final round at 8 a.m. on the No. 1 tee.