Stanford's Andrew Yun shot a 2-under 70 on the second day of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational in Florida on Monday, moving into sole possession of second place on the player leaderboard with a two-round total of 3-under 141.
Stanford slipped into a tie for second as a team after shooting a round of 297 on the heels of Sunday's 290. The Cardinal shares the spot with LSU, four strokes off the pace set by Alabama.
Senior Steve Ziegler also shot a sub-par round, finishing with a 71, which moves him into 12th place with a total score of 146.
Sihwan Kim and Cameron Wilson each fell a bit, and are tied for 29th place heading into Tuesday's final round.
Yun birdied two of his first five holes, but then suffered a double bogey and bogey before rallying for birdies on holes 15 and 16.
Ziegler, who has 10 bogeys over two rounds, came back with six birdies Monday, including three straight on holes 13, 14 and 15, to move up 15 spots on the leaderboard.
Kim started the day 1-under thanks to a steady first round showing, but couldn't repeat that success. He was 7-over on the front nine before righting himself and finishing strong with birdies on 16 and 17.
Stanford fresmen Kristie Ahn and Nicole Gibbs and sophomore Stacey Tan each reached the semifinals of the ITA Northwest Regional at Stanford on Monday.
Tan meets Gibbs in one semifinal, while Ahn takes on Pacific's Jenifer Widjaja in the other.
Three Cardinal doubles teams are also into the semfinals. Tan and Veronica Li are alive on one side of the bracket while the other contest is an all-Stanford matchup of Ahn and Gibbs against Carolyn McVeigh and Amelia Herring.
Tuesday's doubles semifinals are set for 9:30 a.m., followed by the singles semifinals at approximately 11 a.m. The doubles final will be played later this afternoon.
Stanford was tabbed the favorite to win the Pac-10 Conference by a vote of coaches it was announced Monday.
The Cardinal has been named the top pick in voting for 11 straight years, dating to the poll's inception in 1998.
UCLA was picked to finish second, followed by USC, California, Arizona State, Oregon, Arizona, Washington, Washington State and Oregon State.