LSU and Southeastern Louisiana matched each other shot for shot Saturday to share the lead at 20-over 596 at the sixth-annual David Toms Intercollegiate at the University Club. The final round is Sunday.

LSU senior All-American Ben Taylor followed his first-round 2-over 74 with a 3-under 69 to lead the individual standings at 143. Tigers junior Zach Wright was three strokes back in second.

Southeastern was led by Grady Brame, who was tied for third at 148. The Lions’ Baptiste Courtachon and Christopher Carstensen shared fifth at 149.

In the team standings, Winthrop is third at 611, Mercer fourth at 616, and the University of Louisiana at Lfayette fifth at 617.

“University Club won the day,” LSU coach Chuck Winstead said after the afternoon round. “The course is in great shape and was set up fantastic for the tournament. Guys that could control their ball, as Ben (Taylor) and Zach (Wright) did today, could score well.”

David Toms Intercollegiate

Second round

Team scores (par 576): T1. LSU 302-294 – 596 +20; T1. Southeastern Louisiana 299-297 – 596 +20; 3. Winthrop 305-306 – 611 +35; 4. Mercer 309-307 – 616 +40; 5. Louisiana-Lafayette 308-309 – 617 +41; 6. Central Arkansas 319-299 – 618 +42; 7. North Texas 312-307 – 619 +43; T8. Iowa State 318-305 – 623 +47; T8. Louisiana Tech 323-300 – 623 +47; 10. South Alabama 314-310 – 624 +48; 11. Southern Mississippi 317-313 – 630 +54; 12. Rice 317-314 – 631 +55.

Top 10 individuals (par 144): 1. Ben Taylor, LSU, 74-69 – 143 -1; 2. Zach Wright, LSU, 73-73 – 146 +2; T3. Juan Munoz, North Texas, 76-72 – 148 +4; T3. Grady Brame, Southeastern Louisiana, 74-74 – 148 +4; T5. Baptiste Courtachon, Southeastern Louisiana, 74-75 – 148 +4; T5. Christopher Carstensen, Southeastern Louisiana, 77-72 – 149 +5; T7. Lawrence Allan, Southeastern Louisiana, 74-76 – 150 +6; T7. Casey Fernandez, Southern Mississippi, 77-73 – 150 +6; T7. Pep Angles, Central Arkansas, 73-77 – 150 +6; T7. Ryan Shuttleworth, Central Arkansas, 76-74 – 150 +6; T7. Daniel Jansen, South Alabama, 77-73 – 150 +6*.

LSU scores: 1. Ben Taylor, 74-69 – 143 -1; 2. Zach Wright, 73-73 – 146 +2; T25. Rhyne Jones, 79-75 – 154 +10*; T28. Myles Lewis, 75-80 – 155 +11; T31. Eric Ricard, 80-76 – 156 +12; T31. Blake Caldwell, 82-74 – 156 +12*; T36. Stewart Jolly, 81-76 – 157 +13

* Indicates player competed as individual.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Lady Tigers tied for third at Schooner Fall Classic: In Norman, Oklahoma, LSU golfers Madelene Sagstrom and Caroline Nistrup both went under par in the opening round Saturday of the Schooner Fall Classic to pace the Lady Tigers in a tie for third at the Belmar Golf Club.

LSU is at 3-over par 283 in a tie with Texas A&M, six shots behind leader Mississippi State. SMU is second at 282.

Individually, Sagstrom was tied for third at 2-under 68, and Nistrup is tied for fifth at 69.

Schooner Fall Classic

At Norman, Okla.

Team leaders (par 280) : 1, Mississippi State 277 -3; 2, SMU 282; 3t, Texas A&M 283; 3t, LSU 283; 5, California 285.

Individuals (par 70): 1t, Jessica Peng, Mississippi State, 67; 1t, Ally McDonald, Mississippi State, 67; 3t, Madelene Sagstrom, LSU, 68; 3t, Katie Page, SMU, 68; 5t, Hannah Wood, Oklahoma, 69; 5t, Natalie Goodson, Kent State, 69; 5t, Hannah Suh, California, 69; 5t, Bertine Strauss, Texas, 69; 5t. Kelli Oride, Notre Dame, 69; 5t, Caroline Nistrup, LSU, 69.

LSU scores: 3t. Madelene Sagstrom 68 -2; 5t, Caroline Nistrup 69; 11t, Elise Bradley 70; 67t, Carly Ray Goldstein 76;88, Sydney Cavin 84.

CROSS COUNTRY

LSU runners in middle of pack: In Fayetteville, Arkansas, the LSU men were 13th out of 20 teams with a score of 335 Saturday in the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival. Arkansas won the 8-kilometer meet with 51 points. McNeese State (224) was ninth, and UL_Monroe (496) was 17th.

The Lady Tigers scored 280 to finish ninth out of 18 teams in the 5-kilometer race. Arkansas scored 17 to win. McNeese State (343) was 13th, and ULM (571) was 18th.

VOLLEYBALL

Arkansas at Lady Tigers: LSU hosts Arkansas at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

The match is free because of The Advocate’s “Geaux Free” promotion.

The Tigers are 5-7, 0-3 in the Southeastern Conference after a 3-1 loss to No. 9 Florida on Friday.

The Razorbacks are 8-7, 2-0.

SOCCER

LSU at South Carolina: In Columbia, South Carolina, LSU will visit the No. 20 Gamecocks at noon Sunday at Eugene E. Stone III Stadium.

The Tigers (5-6-2, 1-2-1) beat Mississippi State 2-0 Friday in Starkville, Mississippi, on goals by Summer Clarke and Natalia Gomez-Junco.

South Carolina is 8-3-1, 1-2-1.