BLUFFTON, S.C. – The Miami University golf team sits in sixth place after two rounds of the Colleton River Collegiate on Sunday. The RedHawks shots rounds of 296 in the morning and 302 in the afternoon to stand at 22-over par. Miami is only eight shots out of fourth place. Kennesaw State, which is ranked 40th in the country, leads the tournament at tournament at three-over par.

Senior Mark MacDonald and sophomore Jack Sparling were the top individual performers for Miami on Sunday. MacDonald shot two rounds of 74, while Sparling shot a 73 in the morning and a 75 in the afternoon. Both of them are currently tied for 16th at four-over par.

Junior Scott Cahill had rounds of 74 and 78, while freshman Jared Hammons had rounds of 75 and 77. Both are tied for 29th at eight-over par. Senior Austin Kelly is tied for 38th at 10-over par.

"I think we got off to a solid start in the morning, but struggled in the afternoon,” said head coach Zac Zedrick. “There were just too many instances today where we would compound mistakes, follow-up a bogey with another bogey or turn a bogey into something worse.  Even though we haven't been able to play at home, I really feel like we're in a place physically where we could be playing much better. We just need to do a little better job staying relaxed and not pressing if we make a bogey or two."

The Colleton River Collegiate concludes with one final round of 18 holes on Monday.