BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — With a second-round 310, Southeastern moved up two places to finish the 14th Annual NSU Golf Classic in ninth place after a two-round score of 624.
The 18 team tournament played at the par-72, 6,935-yard Emerald Falls CC in Broken Aroow, Okla., features one of the largest slates of regional competition the Savage Storm will see this season.
Jeff Hunter and Robert Perry would hold the top finishes for Southeastern, finishing tied for 23rd with two-round totals of 152.
Hunter slid back after his first round score of 72 to fire an 80 in the second round, while Perry was consistent with back-to-back scores of 76.
Greyden Blevins finished in a tie for 57th after posting SE’s top second-round mark with a 74 to follow up his opening round 85 and finish with a total of 159.
Matt McIntosh finished two strokes back with a total tally of 161 after rounds of 81 and 80 to finish tied for 67th.
Carson Daniel was the final team finisher for the Storm with back-to-back rounds of 85 to finish with a 170 in a tie for 92nd.
Jackson Stuteville, competing as an individual, showed the largest improvement from the first to the second round, firing a 77 after opening with an 89 to tally a total of 166 and finish tied for 85th.
Southwestern Oklahoma State took home the tourney title with a team total of 589 for the event, beating Washburn by five strokes.