The fifth ranked ACU golf team finished second in the Arkansas-Little Rock/First Tee Collegiate Classic hosted by the Chenal Country Club..
Senior Alex Carpenter, a Little Rock native, won his 19th career individual tournament after a dominating performace.
That puts Carpenter one win away from his goal of 20 career victories before he graduates, with seveal tournaments left to play.
After leading by seven strokes heading into the final day, Carpenter shot a 4-over-par 76 to ice his victory and propel the Wildcats into second place in the tournament.
The Chenal Country Club was the primary course Carpenter played while he was growing up in Little Rock Ark.
Having played the course countless times, Carpenter undoubtedly felt comfortable at the Country Club.
Carpenter won back-to-back tournaments after winning his 18th career individual tournament over spring break in Mission Viejo, Calif., after breaking the course record.
Carpenter running away with the tournament by five strokes.
Another Wildcat off to a hot start is sophomore Corbin Renner, who is tied for third place after the first 36 holes of the tournament.
Renner has had an excellent spring, winning a tournament and posting several high finishes.
Renner ended up finishing in the top 20 after posting a 13-over-par 229.
Junior Wildcat Trey Sullivan has also put together two solid rounds of action.
Sullivan put himself in 12th place and giving himself a chance to be the third Wildcat to finish in the top ten of the event.
Sullivan and Luke Carpenter finished for 39th with a 26-over-par 242.
As a team, ACU shot a 36-over-par 612 through the first two rounds, and have a slim lead over future Southland Conference foe Stephen F. Austin.
SFA sits eight shots back and in third place.
Another member of the Southland Conference, Oral Roberts, sat in 5th place after two rounds.
The University of Arkansas Little Rock is hosting the tournament and has tied ACU for the overall lead.
Trojan Nick Zimmerman sat in second place individually in the tournament, but was a whopping seven shots back from Carpenter.
The team will be off until April 8-9 at the Hackberry Creek Country Club in Irving.