The Dolphins were led by sophomore Nick Torrance (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) who fired his second consecutive 74 to tie for sixth in the individual competition. Jamey Salmon (Jacksonville, Fla.) finished day two with a 5-over par 77 to tie him for tenth overall.
Freshman Cyril Suk (Bradenton, Fla.) (76-81 – 157) is in a tie for 27th overall. Sophomore Brett McKinnon (Glace Bay, Nova Scotia) (77-84 -161) finished in a tie for 37th and Christian Vickers a senior from Jacksonville rounded out the scoring for the Dolphins with an (85-80 -165)
The tournament format is 54 holes over the par 72 lay out. The UNF Osprey’s finished day two at 14 over par 590 to hold a 1 shot lead over the Kennesaw State Owls.
Kennesaw State sophomore Austin Vick (143) owns the individual lead after pairing Sunday’s 71 with an even-par 72 on Monday. He’s currently the only participant in the 50-player field to have an under-par score for the event. Vick began the second round in a four-way tie for first with UNF's Sean Dale and Kevin Phelan and ETSU's Scott Gibson.
Play will resume on Tuesday morning with 18 holes. All of the action can be followed live on www.golfstat.com or at www.judolphins.com