Scots improve 37 strokes in day two of Wynlakes Intercollegiate

Scots improve 37 strokes in day two of Wynlakes Intercollegiate

Maryville College improved 37 strokes on day two of the Wynlakes Intercollegiate, as the Scots finished just one shot off 13th.

The Scots posted a second-round score of 301, as they finished the tournament with a 639.

MC saw an improvement of 37 strokes on Tuesday, as each of the five Scots posted improvements. Garrett Compliment led the way, improving his first-day total by nine strokes.

The junior tallied a two-over 74 in the second round to finish tied for 47th.

Tyler Bray improved three strokes in the second day for a four-over 76, as the sophomore was hindered in the second round. Bray ranked 11-over for the tournament, tying for 39th individually.

Huntingdon College's Drew Mathers took the individual crown with a three-under 69 during today's round. He posted a two-under 142 for the tournament, as fellow Hawk Henry Gee tied for second with a one-under 143.

The duo led Huntingdon to the team crown, as the Hawks shot a combined one-under 575. The squad was two-under in the final round.

Emory University's Matt Organisak and Eric Yiu also tied for second individually with matching 143 scores. They led the Eagles to a second-place overall ranking, finishing at seven-over in the two-day event. Huntingdon College individual Carson Whitton also tied for second.

Guilford College placed third with a 590, while Berry College ranked fourth at 599.

Maryville's D.J. Shelton improved 13 strokes Tuesday on the 6,979-yard Wynlakes Golf & Country Club course. The senior posted a 163 in the two-day event, as Wil Manuel also improved.

The fellow senior shot 12 strokes better in the second day for a 164 total, as Jay Burgin improved 11 strokes for a 175 total score.

Maryville College will look next to the three-round tournament in Germantown, Tenn. The Scots will take part in the Rhodes Spring Collegiate Classic on April 15-16. A total of 36 holes will be played on the 15th, before the final 18 will wrap up the tournament on April 16.