He shot 1-over-par on the front and back nines, finishing with three birdies on the day.
The Aggies (279-279=558, -18) own a one-stroke lead in the team standings over Clemson (-17) which posted the low team round of the day at 276.
Senior Andrew Paysse (72-68=140, -4) enjoyed a strong second round outing for the Maroon & White, carding five birdies as well as an eagle on the par-five, 551-yard 15 hole to climb 11 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for eighth place. CSS will resume play at 7 a.m. today with a shotgun start for the second round at 10 a.m.
Sophomore Luke Schniederjans (Powder Springs, Ga.), had just one birdie and two bogeys on his card and shot 72 (+1), while senior Chris Petefish (Danville, Calif.) struggled to a 74 and did not count for the Yellow Jackets.
Illinois' Michael Feagles leads individually at 3-under-par 71. Sam Vincent has a pair of rounds at 69 and is tied for sixth.
Coach Tyronn Lue weighing Tristan Thompson start in Game 2
Relighting the spark in Boston, with eight points and 11 rebounds in 21 minutes during Game 1, Thompson appears on the rise again. LeBron rarely has bad games back-to-back though, particularly in the playoffs, and he will come out breathing fire in Game 2.
The Bearkats now sit in 12th place and are four shots back of Virginia.
The top five teams poised to advance to the NCAA Championships after day two are Oklahoma, Pepperdine, North Florida, Auburn and BYU.
"I think we'll be really tough to beat if we've got four guys around par or better tomorrow".
In Columbus, Ohio, University of Iowa sophomore Alex Schaake is tied for 24th after the second round of a NCAA regional at the Scarlet Course was shortened Tuesday.
The Raleigh Regional includes eight teams listed among the nation's top 50 of the Golfstat rankings, including (in order of seed) California (9), Texas (16), Arizona State (21), Duke (28), NC State (36), Liberty (40) and Missouri (45).