MURRELLS INLET, South
Carolina - Sophomore Ryan Nagy's career-low round of 68 helped UNCW move
into sole possession of fifth place at the GolfWeek Program Challenge at True
Blue Plantation on Monday.
Joining Nagy with contributing scores of below par were sophomore
Payne McLeod (73-68=141) and red-shirt sophomore Stefan Brewer (71-70=141).
Both are tied for 13th overall while Nagy improved to a tie for 21st at
one-under through two rounds.
UNCW (288-279=567) entered the second round in a tie for
seventh, but fashioned a score of 279 to move up in the standings.
Campbell moved into a tie with Jacksonville State for the
tournament lead after posting a 10-under-par score of 277. South Florida is
third at 19-under followed by East Carolina (-15) and the Seahawks.
Andrew Gai (64-69=133) of Campbell continues to hold the
medalist lead by a single stroke over Jacksonville State's Tomasz Anderson
Red-shirt freshman Patrick Sawrey (71-73=144) led UNCW in
the opening round with a one-under-par 71, but finished one-over on Monday to
drop into a tie for 27th.
Junior Thomas Bass (73-73=146) carded his second straight
round of 73 and is tied for 42nd.
The third and final round tees off Tuesday morning at 7:30
a.m., with the Seahawks being grouped with East Carolina and Central Arkansas.