Greyden Blevins posted a second-round score of 73 and slipped from first to second, while Southeastern fired a 301 as a team and moved up one spot to finish fourth at the 2013 Lions Classic at the Hardscrabble Country Club in Fort Smith, Ark.
Blevins led the event after one round with a 70, but slipped slightly in round two with a 73 and posted a two-round total of 143, finishing two-shots behind Charlie Saxon from Oklahoma playing as an individual.
Matt McIntosh matched his first round total with a 75 in round two, posting a 150 for the event and finishing tied for 11th.
Marcos Sevilla Suarez posted the biggest improvement from the first to the second round, shaving 10 strokes off his first round tally for a second round mark of 75 and finished at 160 in a tie for 36th.
Jeff Hunter turned in a second-round score of 86 to follow an 81 on Monday and finished tied for 48th with a 167.
Christopher George continued to bounce back strong in his third event since returning at midyear, firing a 76 in the second round after a 77 in the first to post a 153 and finish in 18th.
SE's two-round total of 612 was 17 strokes off the winning tally posted by Oklahoma Christian of 595 and 12 shots behind third-place Newman at 600.
The Savage Storm finished seven shots ahead of East Central which was the only other Great American Conference School in the tournament.
Southeastern also finished the highest of four Central region competitors, with ECU in fifth, Missouri Southern State tied for sixth and Minnesota-Crookston in eighth.
SE will be back on the course on April 2 when it heads to Edmond for the UCO-Gaillardia Classic.