RALEIGH, N.C. – The University of Delaware men’s golf team carded a 303 score on Saturday and remains in seventh place following the second day of the CAA Championship.

The Blue Hens, who fired a 312 score on Friday, sit in seventh place out of nine squads with a 615 two-round total. James Madison leads the field with a 586 score, while the College of Charleston is one shot behind.

Jack Gianniny, Kieran Purcell and Jack Melville are each tied for 23th place in the individual standings at 10 over par. Gianniny, who birdied the 12th hole on Saturday, fired a six over par 78 on the par 72, 7,358-yard Lonnie Poole Golf Course and has recorded a 76-78-154 through the first two rounds.

Purcell, whose two over par 74 tied for the lowest round of the day by a Blue Hen, has carded an 80-74-154 through 36 holes. Melville fired his second consecutive round of 77 on Saturday, which featured birdies on the 15th and 18th holes.

Christian Chapman, who birded the second and fourth holes on Saturday, recorded his second straight round of 79 and is tied for 35th place at 14 over par. Blaine Lafferty, who tied Purcell for the lowest UD round of the day with a 74 which included birdies on the third and fourth holes, is tied for 37th place with a 15 over par 85-74-159.

Matt Cowgill of James Madison and Michael Sass of Charleston are tied for the individual lead at three under par. The final round of the tournament will begin on Sunday at 8 a.m. with split tees.

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