KENOSHA, Wisc. (HSU) -- Henderson State moved up a spot to 14th-place having a second round score of 303 at the NCAA Division II Men's Golf Midwest/Central Regional in Kenosha, Wisc.
The Reddies opened the tournament on Monday with a 297, and have a 36-hole total of 600.
Missouri-St. Louis and Central Oklahoma are tied for the tournament lead with a team score of 575, followed by Central Missouri in third-place with a two-round score of 574.
Wess Webb took over the top spot for the Reddies having a round of 75 on Tuesday. Webb opened the event with a 73 on Monday and is tied for 31st-place with a 148 total. After a 1-under par 71 in his opening round, Matt Jennings carded a 78 in round two for a 149 total. Jennings is tied for 38th-place with one round remaining.
Jared Black had the best round of the day for the Reddies with a score of 73 on the par72, 6,964-yard Club Strawberry Course. Black also has a 36-hole total of 149 and is tied for 38th. Joseph Hausberger followed his opening round 77, with an identical round of 77 to give him a 154 total. Hausberger is tied for 79th out of 108 competitors.
Baxter Woosley posted a round of 83 and has a two day total of 162.
The final round is set for Wednesday.