Men's Golf In First Place After Two Rounds At The Buccaneer Invitational

Men's Golf In First Place After Two Rounds At The Buccaneer Invitational
Daniel Stapff matched a Barry University record low round of 65. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
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.