Southeastern fired team rounds of 309 and 305 and finished day one of the Texoma Championship in sixth place with a two-round tally of 614 heading into Tuesday's final round.
The event is hosted by Chickasaw Pointe Golf Resort on its 7,085 yard, par-72 championship course on the shores of Lake Texoma.
“We did some good things,” said head coach Don Hudson, “But we'll have to go out and make sure those teams behind us don't catch up and work on moving up in the final round.”
The Savage Storm was paced by Robert Perry who posted rounds of 74 and 76 to finish with a 150 and currently sits in a tie for 17th.
Greyden Blevins is second on the squad with matching rounds of 77 to finish with a 154 in 26th place.
Matt McIntosh carded rounds of 77 and 78 to post a 155 and is currently in a tie for 27th, while Rick Hairgrove is one shot back after carding an 81 and a 75 to post a two-round score of 156 and is tied for 32nd.
Jeff Hunter posted an 81 in the opening round and return dint he afternoon with a 77 to finish at 158 on the event in a tie for 40th.
The Storm also fielded a JV team which is in 12th place out of 14 schools after two rounds of play, carding team rounds of 321 and 327 for a two-round tally of 648.
Will Wood led the charge for that squad with back-to-back rounds of 79 to fire a 158 and is tied for 40th.
Seth Wheeler turned in a 77 and an 85 to finish tied for 55th with a 162, while Carson Daniel is tied for 60th after rounds of 81 and 83 that added up to an event total of 164.
Jay Ray is in 69th place after rounds of 87 and 80 to total 167, while Sean Adams went 84, 95 on the day for a 179 and is in 76th place.
SE also fielded a pair of individuals, with Jackson Stuteville turning in the best day of the two, carding matching rounds of 75 to post a 150 and match SE's best two-round playing in a tie for 17th.
Joey Schroeder also posted matching round, his were 79's, and fired a two-round score of 158 and is tied for 40th.
Oklahoma Christian leads the tournament after two rounds with a score of 583, which is good for a 10-stroke lead over Southwestern Oklahoma State in second place with a two-round mark of 593.
If OCU holds on for the win it would be their third-straight Texoma Championship victory.
Northwood (Texas) is in third with a 598, while West Texas A&M is in fourth at 608 and Paris JC is in fifth with a 609.
The Storm sit five strokes behind PJC and a one-stroke advantage over Newman who is in seventh at 615.
Rogers State, Sterling and Arkansas Tech round out the top-10 with scores of 621, 623 and 626.
Texas A&M-Commerce, SE's JV squad, Arkansas-Monticello and Southern Arkansas round out the 14 teams competing in the event.
The Eagles Jared Consoli leads the tournament with rounds of 71 and 72 to post a one-under-par 143 over two rounds.
He holds a one shot lead over SWOSU's Taylor Howie and Northwood's Carter Caldwell who each shot even-par 144's.
The two time defending individual champions Vilhelm Bogstrand from OCU is currently tied for sixth, three strokes off the lead.
The final round will begin at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.