Maryville College improved 37 strokes on day two of the Wynlakes Intercollegiate, as the Scots finished just one shot off 13th.
The Scots posted a second-round score of 301, as they finished the tournament with a 639.
MC saw an improvement of 37 strokes on Tuesday, as each of the five Scots posted improvements. Garrett Compliment led the way, improving his first-day total by nine strokes.
The junior tallied a two-over 74 in the second round to finish tied for 47th.
Tyler Bray improved three strokes in the second day for a four-over 76, as the sophomore was hindered in the second round. Bray ranked 11-over for the tournament, tying for 39th individually.
Huntingdon College's Drew Mathers took the individual crown with a three-under 69 during today's round. He posted a two-under 142 for the tournament, as fellow Hawk Henry Gee tied for second with a one-under 143.
The duo led Huntingdon to the team crown, as the Hawks shot a combined one-under 575. The squad was two-under in the final round.
Emory University's Matt Organisak and Eric Yiu also tied for second individually with matching 143 scores. They led the Eagles to a second-place overall ranking, finishing at seven-over in the two-day event. Huntingdon College individual Carson Whitton also tied for second.
Guilford College placed third with a 590, while Berry College ranked fourth at 599.
Maryville's D.J. Shelton improved 13 strokes Tuesday on the 6,979-yard Wynlakes Golf & Country Club course. The senior posted a 163 in the two-day event, as Wil Manuel also improved.
The fellow senior shot 12 strokes better in the second day for a 164 total, as Jay Burgin improved 11 strokes for a 175 total score.
Maryville College will look next to the three-round tournament in Germantown, Tenn. The Scots will take part in the Rhodes Spring Collegiate Classic on April 15-16. A total of 36 holes will be played on the 15th, before the final 18 will wrap up the tournament on April 16.