SALEM, Ore. -- Rocky Mountain College golfer Daniel Thompsett bounced back with a 1-over-par 73 Wednesday during second-round play at the NAIA national championship tournament at Creekside Golf Club.
Thompsett, a 19-year-old sophomore from Aboyne, Scotland, is sitting at 7-over 151 at the tournament's halfway point. He is in a 10-way tie for 43rd place in the field of 154 golfers after starting the day in an 18-way tie for 79th.
Sondre Ronold of Oklahoma City is the individual leader at 6-under 138 (69-69).
Thompsett qualified as an individual for nationals after claiming the medalist title at last month's Frontier Conference championships in Missoula. He is a two-time all-conference first-team selection.
The field will be cut Thursday after 54 holes, with the closing 18 holes to be contested on Friday.
Frontier team champion Lewis-Clark State is sitting in 21st place with a 620 score after 36 holes. Oklahoma City is topping the 28-school field at 568 (280-288), and has a 14-stroke lead over Grand View University.