MELBOURNE, Fla. — The Indian Hills Warrior men's golf team powered its way to the top of the leaderboard on Wednesday at the NJCAA Division I men's golf national tournament. All six Warrior golfers finished below par in the second round at the Duran Golf Club with a six-under par 66 by Harry Doig leading the way to an overall 18-under-par round of 270, giving IHCC a four-shot lead over first-round leader New Mexico Junior College
Indian Hills is at 25-under-par through two rounds of the national tournament, halfway to a successful defense of the national championship and the seventh overall national title in program history. New Mexico JC produced a consistent second-round score, firing a 278 one day after building a four-shot lead with a 277. Midland, who entered Wednesday tied with IHCC for second place, is now 11 shots behind the Warriors in third place after a second straight seven-under-par 281.
Doig's round of 66 moved the Warrior freshman into second place on the individual leaderboard at the national tournament, just two shots back of New Mexico's Liam Duncan who maintained his outright lead with a second straight five-under-par 67. George Clarke also produced a 67 for IHCC, staying within a shot of Doig for second place and just three shots back of Duncan for individual national championship honors.