Western Washington University's Jake Webb is tied for second in medalist play and the Vikings are third in the team standings following 36 holes Monday, Sept. 17, at the University of Indianapolis Brickyard Crossing Men's Golf Invitational being held at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Club in Indianapolis.
Tuesday's final round begins at 8 a.m.
The Vikings had season-opening rounds of 292 and 283 for a 1-under par 575 total.
Nova Southeastern dominated the first day, shooting 15-under 561 (275-286) after opening with a 13-under 275. The Sharks hold a six-stroke lead over Barry, which shot at 9-under 567.
"We had a pretty solid day overall," said WWU coach Steve Card. "Everybody contributed. It was nice to get off to a good start on a pretty challenging golf course with some of the best teams in the country here."
Webb had rounds of 70 and 68 for a 6-under 138 and is tied with Barry's Berry Jole (70-68). Nova Southeastern's Ben Taylor holds five-stroke advantage at 133, opening with a 7-under 65, the best round of the day.
WWU's Dylan Goodwin is in a four-way tie for 19th at 145 (75-70), Mark Strickland is in a three-way tie for 23rd at 146 (75-71), Sandy Vaughan is in a six-way tie for 43rd at 150 (72-78) and Kyle Schrader is in a two-way tie for 77th at 160 (86-74).