After a strong first day of competition at the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate, hosted by William & Mary, the Binghamton golf team struggled in its second round of play. The Bearcats, who sat in a tie for 14th place in a field of 30 teams at the conclusion of the inaugural round, are currently in 26th place.

BU was paced by senior Josh Holling, who recorded a first round score of 71 (+1) before shooting an overall 85 (+15) through the second day. Holling is currently tied for 107th overall on the individual scoreboard. Behind Holling on the BU scoresheet is sophomore Sameer Kalia, whose overall score of 157 has the sophomore tied for 115th after recording scores of 75 (+5) and 82 (+12).

Other Binghamton participants include senior Jack Sedgewick, who recorded a two-round total of 159 (+19), sophomore Kyle Wambold, who totaled a score of 160 (+20) over two days of play, and junior Jesse Perkins, who shot a total of 162 (+22).

The Bearcats are set to conclude the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate on Tuesday with the first round scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. from the River Course at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia.