FINDLAY, Ohio — The Southeastern Oklahoma State golf team bounced back strong on Day 2 of the Central/Midwest Regional, turning in the low-round of the day on Tuesday with a 283 to move up into a tie for sixth heading into the final round on Wednesday.


Tiffin maintained its lead but came back to the field a bit and is at one-under with a two-day total of 585. It is followed by Indianapolis with a 576 with Harding and Bellarmine tied for third at 579 and Missouri-St. Louis in fifth at 580.


The top five teams at the conclusion of the three-day tournament advance to the National Championship tournament.


Southeastern is three strokes out of that grouping with a two-day tally of 583 and is tied with Grand Valley State.


Zach James fueled the furious rally by turning in the low round of the tournament thus far with a six-under-par 66 to climb 30 places and is currently tied for second with a 140, two shots behind the leader Ryan Harris from Bellarmine. James opened play with an eagle, followed by four birdies and 13 pars.


Hayden Foster was next in line in the standings after shooting a one-over 73 on Tuesday to move into a tie for 47th at four-over for the tournament.


Jordan Holifield was a shot back of Foster after carding a second-round score of one-over as well, moving to a 36-hole total of 149 and is tied for 56th.


Sam Berry and Ryan Woods are tied for 66th heading into the final day, with Berry bouncing back from a rough outing Monday by carding a one-under 71 to finish day two at 150 for the tourney, while Woods stayed in line with his day one score, firing a 75 for the second straight round.