Wake Forest Leads Yale Spring Invitational After Two Rounds
Davis Womble leads the Yale Spring Invitational with one round remaining.
April 18, 2015

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By Erika Carrubba, Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMGolf)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Wake Forest leads the Yale Spring Invitational by nine strokes after two rounds at the Yale Golf Course. Thirteen teams played 36 holes on the par 70 course that will be one of the sites for the NCAA Men's Regional Tournament in a month.

Wake Forest has the team lead after 36 holes with a 554 score, 6-under-par. Clemson is in second place nine shots back at 563, while Virginia is third at 569. Duke is fourth at 570 and Yale is tied with Michigan State for fifth place at 580. There are five ACC teams in the field overall and it is the last regular season event for all the conference teams before the ACC Tournament at the Old North State Club in North Carolina next weekend.

The Demon Deacons hold four of the top seven spots on the individual leader board. Davis Womble is the leader through 36 holes at 4-under. He opened with an even-par 70 and showed a four-stroke improvement in the afternoon with a 66. He leads teammate Paul McBride by two strokes. McBride carded rounds of 68 and 70 on Saturday.

Will Zalatoris and Danny Guise are tied for fifth with Duke's Adam Wood. Zalatoris and Guise posted identical rounds of 68 and 72 to sit at even par.

Woody Woodward rounded out Wake Forest's team scores at 11-over par (77-75). He is tied for 61st with 18 holes to play on Sunday.

Clancy Waugh competed as an individual and finished the day 9-over (75-74). Cyrus Stewart shot a 1-over 71 in the opening round as an individual but was forced to withdraw in between rounds due to injury.

Sunday's final round will feature a shotgun start at 8:45. The Demon Deacons are paired with ACC rivals Clemson and Virginia.