Tennessee State, Bethune-Cookman lead
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (AP) — Tennessee State took a five-stroke lead over Texas-Pan American in the Men's Division I standings Saturday, and Bethune-Cookman maintained the top spot in the Women's Division after the second round of the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship.
Tennessee State, eight strokes behind Texas-Pan American after the first round, had a 22-under 598 total. Bethune-Cookman University was third at 609.
Andrew Warner led the Tigers, shooting a 72 in windy conditions.
Texas-Pan American's Santiago Bueno shot a 73 to take a three-stroke lead in the medalist race.
Bethune-Cookman women's team had a 616 total. South Carolina State's Tiana Jones shot a championship-best 4-under 68 on the Ryder Course.
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