SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Greyden Blevins is three-over-par through two rounds of play and is pacing Southeastern to a sixth-place standing after a two-round total of 604 at the Bruce Williams Memorial Invitational in San Antonio, Texas.
The event is being held at the 6,937 yard, par 72 Dominion Country Club and is hosted by St. Mary’s. The final round of the event is set for this morning.
Blevins’ two-round tally of 147 is good for a tie for ninth individually after rounds of 75 and 72.
Jeff Hunter is one shot behind after back-to-back rounds of 74 and is in a tie for 14th with a day one 148.
Matt McIntosh is currently in a tie for 23rd after one day of play, opening the event with a 72 before firing a 79 on the second trip through for a 151.
Jay Ray hit a rough patch out of the gate with a first round 82 before picking up the pace to shoot a 76 in the second round and is tied for 51st after a total tally of 158.
There was a dark cloud on Monday, however, as Bob Perry was forced to withdraw after suffering an injury near the end of his first round.
The Savage Storm is currently one stroke behind West Texas A&M who is in fifth and every team is chasing Abilene Christian who fired a day one 569.
Cameron is sitting in second with a 588, followed by Incarnate Word with a 590 and St. Mary’s at 596.
SE has a one stroke lead over Binghamton in seventh place with a 604, with Texas A&M-Commerce and Arkansas-Fort Smith firing matching tallies of 610 and are tied for eighth.
Incarnate Word, East Central and Texas A&M-International round out the tourney participants.