After Saturday's middle round of 11-under 268, No. 13 Auburn men's golf has a two-shot lead over No. 5 Arizona State in the 2022 Maui Jim Intercollegiate

"Another respectable outing on the field today," Tigers head coach Nick Clinard. “There were a couple of late mistakes that cost us,

but we'll fix them and come back stronger tomorrow. Through 36 holes, the Tigers sit at 526 (-34), another school record. Senior Alex Vogelsong

carded a 66 (-4) on the day to lead Auburn's top five. The Palm City, Fla., native sits in the top 20 at 5-under 135 heading into Sunday's final.

“We all play great golf,” Vogelsong said. "Our finish wasn't great today, but if you told us at the start of the week we'd be in the lead for two laps,

we'd have taken it. Tomorrow is a new opportunity and we'll try to have the lowest lap of the day." Junior Ryan Eshleman turned in another under-par

performance with a 69 (-1) in his middle stanza. Eshleman is two shots off the lead, held by Tennessee's Caleb Surratt, and is 11 under.

Junior Carson Bacha and sophomore Evan Vo posted respectable 67s (-3) in the afternoon. Bach's tally came in a bogey-free round with a trio of bird