The University of Tennessee men's golf squad shot scores of 290-296--586,

to finish round two of the Seminole Invitational in eighth place. The

Orange and White were in fourth place after one round, and are still in

contention for a top-five finish.

Senior Derrick Centers is currently tied for sixth place after posting

impressive scores of 70-72--142, two under par, to lead the Vols. Freshman

Clemens Conrad-Prader has the second-best Vol score with rounds of

72-74--147, to put him tied for 26th.

North Florida does not have a player in the top 10, but had three shoot

even par during today's competition to put them in a one-stroke lead over

Mississippi State. NC State and Vanderbilt are tied for a close third with

36-hole scores of 578.

Individually, ETSU's Chris Wisler is in the lead after day one of the

tournament after posting marks of 67-71--138. Wisler is one-shot ahead of

Alex Rocha of Mississippi State (68-71--139) and two up on Alex Morgan of

LSU (70-70--140).

Look for the final results of the tournament from Tuesday's play in

Thursday's Daily Beacon.