KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - The Presbyterian College men's golf team ended round two of the Wendy's Kiawah Classic in eighth place with a team score of 613 (307, 306). Sophomore William Sigg continues to lead the Blue Hose and sits one stroke out of the top-10.

Sigg (Augusta, Ga.) shot a second round of 74 on the par-72 and 7,061-yard course, finishing tied for 11th at 147 (73, 74). Junior Matt Sizemore (Richmond, Va.) followed up his first round 76 with another, tying for 32nd at 152 (76, 76).

Redshirt senior Evan Phillips (Lexington, S.C.) improved four strokes to finish round two tied for 39th at 154 (79, 75). Freshman Samuel Jackson (Pelion, S.C.) fell back two strokes to tie for 73rd at 160 (79, 81). Senior John Solms (Atlanta, Ga.) has shot identical rounds of 85 to sit in 99th place going into round three at 170 (85, 85).

Charleston Southern's Jacobo Pastor shot a three-under par 69 during round two en route to claiming a one-stroke lead after two rounds at 140 (71, 69). Campbell University has a two-stroke lead at 584 (292, 292) over Kennesaw State (586; 299, 287).

Round three will begin for the Blue Hose at 8:30 a.m. with full live stats available by clicking here.