Sophomore David Hicks fired a two-round 137 (-5) to pace Walker Campbell and his William & Mary Men's Golf Teammates in the first 36-holes of the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational in Huntington, West Virginia.
As a team, William & Mary shot a 571 (+3) over the first two rounds and is in fifth place. Dayton paces the field after shooting a 562 (-6). They shot a 287 in the first round, before bettering their score to a 284 in the second round.
Hicks sprung out the gates with third-lowest first round score in the field, shooting a 67 (-4). The 67 was the lowest round of his Tribe career, and featured six birdies. He followed that with a 70 (-1) in the second round and is tied for fourth for the tournament.
Junior Will Stewart and senior Sam Aronoff fired a 144 (+2) in the first two rounds. Stewart fired a 72 (+1) in both rounds, while Aronoff put up a 69 (-2) in the second round. Sophomore Campbell carded a pair of 73's to sit at 146 (+4) for the tournament, while junior Gavin deFisser rounded out the team with 149 (+7).
In his first career event, freshman Trevor Hecht fired a 148 (+6), which included an even par 71 (E).