May 6, 2009

Courtesy of Wayne State (Neb.) Athletics

Wayne State's Adam Fields improved 12 positions Tuesday with a four-over par 75 during the second day of the NCAA Division II Men's Central/West Regional Golf Tournament held at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Fields, a sophomore from Sioux City Heelan High School, is nine-over par after two days with a score of 151 after shooting rounds of 76 and 75 and currently sits in a tie for 34th place out of a field of 90 golfers.

In the team standings, Sonoma State of California is the team leader with a 569 (284-285) for one over par with Cal State-Stanislaus in second place in the 20-team field with a 578.  Upper Iowa is the highest placing team so far from the Northern Sun Conference, sitting in a tie for ninth place with Grand Canyon University at 606.  Individually, Jarin Todd of Sonoma State is the second round leader with a nine-under par 133 after firing rounds of 66 and 67.

The final day of the NCAA Division II Men's Central/West Regional Golf Tournament will be played Wednesday.