State College, Pa. - The William and Mary Tribe men's golf team sits in sixth place after two rounds of play at the Rutherford Intercollegiate. The Tribe shot rounds of 301-307 to card a 36-hole team total of 608 (+40). The host Penn State Nittany Lions lead the tournament with a score of 586 (+18).
Leading the Tribe on Saturday was sophomore Jeremy Wells , who carded rounds of 76-73 to end the day with a score of 149 (+7). After two rounds, Wells sits in a tie for 12th , six shots back of the leaders.
Senior Zach Glassman had a solid first two rounds for the Tribe, shooting a 36-hole total 150 (+8) to tie for 16th place. Glassman shot a first round 73 (+2) before shooting a second round 77 (+6). Classmate Brandon Parker s sits just four shots shy of his teammate after the first two rounds, tying for 32nd with a total of 154 (+12).
Rounding out the College's effort on the day were freshmen Nick Schafer and Tanner Taddeo . Schafer is tied for 39th with a score of 155 (+13), while Taddeo is tied for 71st with a total of 162 (+20).
The William and Mary Tribe men's golf team will look to make a charge up the leaderboard on Sunday when teams will play the third and final round of the Rutherford Intercollegiate.
Penn State Golf Course - Par 71
Second Round Team Standings
1. Penn State 586 (+18)
T2. Delaware 595 (+27)
T2. Army 595 (+27)
4. Loyola (Md.) 599 (+31)
5. Towson 600 (+32)
6. William and Mary 608 (+40)