LA QUINTA, Calif. — LSU’s Zach Wright shot a 5-under-par 66 Tuesday to finish in a three-way tie for the second-round lead at the Prestige at PGA West on Tuesday.

Wright, a senior All-American, has a two-day total of 8-under 134 at the Greg Norman Course. He’s tied with with Pepperdine’s Frederick Wedel, the first-round leader, and San Diego State’s Ryann Ree.

After holding a seven-shot lead over No. 5 Stanford after Monday’s opening round, the Tigers slipped to second place behind No. 9 Arizona State after a score of even-par 284. They now sit at 7-under 561.

The Sun Devils turned a 10-shot deficit to start the day into a five-shot lead with a tournament-low 15-under 269 to climb atop of the standings at 12-under 556. Stanford dropped one spot into third place at 1-under 567, while No. 25 San Diego State followed in fourth at 1-over 569.

Wright followed his team-leading 3-under 68 on Monday with a team-best 5-under 66 on Tuesday. Teammate Brandon Pierce is three shots back in sixth place at 5-under 137.

Tee times in Wednesday’s final round are scheduled at 9:30 a.m. CST. The Tigers are paired with Arizona State and Stanford as they will tee off in the final wave off the front nine beginning at 11:10 a.m.

TEAM SCORES (Par 568)

1. Arizona State 287-269 – 556 -12; 2. LSU 277-284 – 561 -7; 3. Stanford 282-285 – 567 -1; 4. San Diego State 294-275 – 569 +1; 5. Duke 288-282 – 570 +2; 6. Pepperdine 290-282 – 572 +4; 7. UC-Davis 293-284 – 577 +9; 8. Southern California 285-293 – 578 +10; 9. St. Mary’s (CA) 291-288 – 579 +11; 10. Stirling University 296-287 – 583 +15; T11. Iowa State 303-283 – 586 +18; T11. East Tennessee State 297-289 – 586 +18; 13. San Diego 300-292 – 592 +24; 14. Gonzaga 294-299 – 593 +25; 15. Stanford “B” 299-298 – 597 +29.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS (Par 142)

T1. Zach Wright, LSU, 68-66 – 134 -8; T1. Ryann Ree, San Diego State, 68-66 – 134 -8; T1. Frederick Wedel, Pepperdine, 66-68 – 134 -8; T4. Jon Rahm, Arizona State, 70-66 – 136 -6; T4. Jared duToit, Arizona State, 68-68 – 136 -6; 6. Brandon Pierce, LSU, 69-68 – 137 -5; 7. Adrian Meronk, East Tennessee State, 70-68 – 138 -4; T8. Nick Voke, Iowa State, 73-66 – 139 -3; T8. Alex Smalley, Duke, 70-69 – 139 -3; T8. Max Greyserman, Duke, 69-70 – 139 -3; T8. Rico Hoey, Southern California, 68-71 – 139 -3.

LSU SCORES

T1. Zach Wright, 68-66 – 134 -8; 6. Brandon Pierce, 69-68 – 137 -5; T30. Eric Ricard, 70-75 – 145 +3; T30. Sam Burns, 70-75 – 145 +3; T51. Nathan Jeansonne, 75-75 – 150 +8

Swimming

TIGERS BREAK THREE RECORDS AT SEC MEET: In Columbia, Missouri, the Tigers combined to break three school records on the opening day of the Southeastern Conference swimming and diving championships Tuesday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

The LSU relay team of Danielle Stirrat, Megan Cox, Kara Kopcso and Leah Troskot set a school record in finishing fourth in the 800 freestyle relay with a time of 7:04.77; the men’s team of Logan Rysemus, Silas Dejean, Alex Linge and Joao Mescolote broke the school mark in the 200-medley (1:25.92); and sophomore Jake Markham set a record with 200 free split time of 1:35.09. The men finished the 800 freestyle relay in 10th place (6:28.64).