MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—The first two rounds of the 2011 Buccaneer Invitational presented by Carrabba’s Italian Grill are in the books. Barry University, the host and ninth-ranked school in the country, moved up three spots from the second round to finish the day in first place of 14 teams with a nine-under 559 (285-274).
The Bucs were led by Daniel Stapff who fired a 137 (72-65) to finish in first place on the day. Stapff’s second-round 65 tied a school record for the lowest round in history.
Following the Bucs, fourth-ranked West Florida is in second with a two-under 566 (283-283). Nova Southeastern, ranked 20th, finished the day in third with a+2 570 (279-291). Laval (289-287) and third-ranked Lynn (291-285) rounded out the top five in on the first day. Both teams posted a 576 to tie for fourth place.
Barry’s Chris Carlin posted the second best score of the day. Carlin fired a 138 (72-66), a stroke off Stapff, for second place. Ryan Black (67-72) of West Florida and Jose Joia (69-70) of Lynn finished tied for third, each with a 139. Barry’s Guillermo Pumarol (68-72) and West Florida’s Otto Bonning (71-69) rounded out the top-five individuals. Pumarol and Bonning tied for fifth with a 140.
For the remaining Buccaneers, Marcus Segerstrom (73-72) and Marcelo Huarte (74-71) each posted a 145 to tie for 19th place.
Fans can find the scores for all the teams by clicking here. The teams return to action tomorrow with split tee times beginning at 7:46 am.