Junior Tommi Avant and sophomore Chase Wicklund are tied for 31st with a score of 160. Avant shot a pair of 80s, while Wicklund posted an 83 and 77. Senior Drew Ison and freshman Tim Lim are tied for 16th place with a score of 153. Lim led the field after 18 holes by shooting even par, but wasn’t able to keep that going and recorded an 81 in the second round. Ison carded the team’s second best round to start the day with a 74 and finished the afternoon with a 79. CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – A trio of Bulldogs are in the top-16 through 36-holes to lead the Drake University men’s golf team at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship at the Dalhousie Country Club in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Sophomore Kyle MacDonald leads the team with a total score of 614 and is tied for 12th place. He got out to a tough start, shooting a 78 in the opening round but bounced back to fire a two-over-par 74 to end the day. “We played okay for most of the second round and then struggled the last six holes. We were sitting in second place throughout the entire day and fell back several spots in the last few holes. We are definitely disappointed with where we ended up today but we see that we have an opportunity to have a strong finish with a good round tomorrow,” said Lewis. “Today was another tough day with weather conditions. We battled on and off rain all day,” said Drake head coach Matt Lewis. “We got off to rough start the first six holes and then battled back the next 12 holes. Tim was the first-round leader and played great making a ton of birdies and Drew also had a solid first round to lead us.” Through 18 holes, the Bulldogs were in second place after shooting a 304. The team settled to sixth-place after totaling a 310 in the final round of the day for a total score of 614. Story Links First Day Results Drake will play the final round of the MVC Championship on Tuesday with the first groups set to tee off at 8 a.m. Print Friendly Version Bradley held a four-shot lead after the first round and extended its lead in the second round to 19 shots with a total score of 587. Illinois State and Southern Illinois are tied for second with a score of 606, while Missouri State and Valparaiso are in fourth (611) and fifth place (613), respectively.