The Guilford men's golf team, ranked No. 5 in NCAA Division III, was leading the field after the first two rounds Monday of the Taylor Made-adidas Intercollegiate with a 36-hole total of 595 at the Cotton Dike course at the Dataw Island Club.
The event is being hosted by Ohio Wesleyan.
Hampden-Sydney's Brian Burt seized the individual lead with a second-round 69 to finish the day with a 1-under-par total of 143. Michal Pospisil of Cumberlands was in second at 145, and Tanner Gross of Guilford was in third at 146.
Hampden-Sydney, No. 14 in NCAA Division III, was in second place at 608.
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Concordia (Texas), ranked 16th in NCAA Division III and Cumberlands, ranked 19th in NAIA, were tied for third at 615, followed by Wittenberg (617), Mary Hardin-Baylor (625), Averett (626), Washington & Lee (627), and Kenyon (639). Mount St. Joseph rounded out the top 10 teams with a total of 646, followed by Shenandoah (660), Ohio Wesleyan (677), MacMurray (679), and Virginia Wesleyan (713).
Sophomore Ben Thieman led the host Bishops with a 165, tied for 54th.
The third and final round of the Tayler Made-adidas Intercollegiate is scheduled for Tuesday.
Cumberlands, ranked No. 4 in NAIA, led the field with a first-round 322, with Wittenberg, ranked No. 20 in NCAA Division III, in second place at 335. Hardin-Simmons was in third place with a 344, followed by Ohio Wesleyan (356), Bridgewater (374), Millikin (390), Washington & Lee (398), and MacMurray (460).
The women played the Morgan River Course.
Dylan Dawson of Hardin-Simmons ended Monday as the individual leader with a 77, a single shot ahead of Wittenberg's Nicole Waers.
Freshman Jillian Bell of the host Bishops was in sixth place among individuals, bouncing back from a 46 on the front nine to fire a 35 on the back nine and finish at 81.
The Taylor Made-adidas Intercollegiate is scheduled to conclude with the second round on Tuesday.