RIO GRANDE, PR — Purdue’s No. 21 men’s golf team had another decent round but fell to fourth after 36 holes at the elite Puerto Rico Golf Club, held at Grand Reserve golf course in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

The Boilermakers shot a second-round score of 11-under par 277 to complete the first 36 holes in par 27-under par 549 (272-277), good for fourth place. The No. 12 Georgia (533) leads the No. 1 Oklahoma (537) by four strokes and the No. 8 Tennessee (544) will enter the final round tomorrow. Purdue is fourth, followed closely by Michigan State (550), the College of Charleston (551) and South Carolina (552).

The tournament features eight of the top 50 teams in the country.

All five Purdue players are currently under par over 36 holes, led by Herman Sekne at 9 under par 135 (64-71). Sekne started slow in his second round after missing three of his first four holes, but responded with four birdies over his last 14 holes for his eighth straight par-or-better round. He’s tied for eighth, five strokes off the lead.

Cole Bradley shot in his second consecutive round of 4 under par 68, to sit in 11and place at 8 under par 136 (68-68). Bradley recorded five birdies and a bogey in his second round.

Joe Weiller entered the top 20 after a second round of 68 and a total of 36 holes of 6 under par 138 (70-68). Weiler has now been par or under in 10 of his 14 rounds this year.

Nick Dentino recorded his second consecutive round of 2 under par 70, now tied for 32n/a at 4 under par 140 (70-70).

André Farraye shot a par 71 from 1 under and is tied for 58and at 1 under par 143 (72-71).

Play as an individual Luc Pall is tied for 19and at 6 under par 138 (67-71), while Nicholas Hofman is tied 68and at 2-over by 146 (73-73).

Tuesday’s final round will begin at 7:30 a.m. ET.