ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Nick Stafford followed up a morning score of four-under 68 with a three-under 69 in the afternoon to hold a one-stroke lead after 36 holes of the Jay Jennison Cup at the World Golf Village.
After a morning score of 294 that left them in 11th place, Belmont Abbey cut 12 strokes for a six-under 282 to move all the way to fourth. West Florida (-12), Barry (-4) and Newberry (-1) are ranked ahead of the Crusaders.
Jacob Scruggs is tied for 37th at 147 (74-73), while John Molyneaux and Parker See each finished strong to stand tied for 39th. Molyneaux trimmed six shots from the morning for a 77-71=148, while See dropped 10 strokes for a three-under afternoon for his 148 (79-69). Levi Kettelhut rounded out the scoring at 153 (75-78/t-69th).
The final round at the World Golf Village Slammer and Squire Course is set for Tuesday morning.