SAN ANTONIO, Tx. (May 16, 2014) -- Georgia's Lee McCoy shot a 68 Friday to lead the Bulldogs as they remained atop the leaderboard at the NCAA Men's Golf Southwest Regional.
After two rounds, Georgia is up by two strokes over Vanderbilt entering the third and final round.
McCoy (71-68), Greyson Sigg 968-74) and Joey Garber (72-71) have powered the Bulldogs. Keith Mitchell chipped in Friday with a 72.
Vanderbilt isn't far behind. The Commodores took second-round 67s from Charlie Ewing and Hunter Stewart and a 69 from Jordan Janico as they surged up the leaderboard and now sit solo second place.
SMU is third and led by Bryson Dechambeau, who shot 67-71 over the first two days of the regional and trails individual leader Julien Brun of TCU by four shots after he shot a second straight 67 at San Antonio's Briggs Ranch Golf Club.