BYU leads after the second round of Morris Williams Invitational.

BYU shot a stellar six-under-par second round to jump eight shots ahead of fifth-ranked Oklahoma State on Monday at the Cleveland Golf Morris Williams Invitational.

At the Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas, the Cougars struggled with strong winds and hard greens and sat back in seventh place after the first round. But behind the play of Andy Miller, Jose Garrido and Todd Miller, who all shot second-round 70's, BYU came storming back to take the lead.

"We played an absolutely phenominal second round," BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank said. "To come back this afternoon the way we did shows the character of this team. That six-under-par really turned some heads today."

Miller, Manuel Merizalde and Miller all are currently among the top ten with Andy Miller one-shot out of first place. BYU's second round score of 282 was 14 strokes lower than any other school in this prestigious tournament. The field of the Morris Williams tournament includes four top-ten teams and 11 top-25 teams. The third and final round of the tournament will be played on Tuesday.

BYU Individual Scores

2. Andy Miller 72 72 142

6. Manuel Merizalde 74 72 146

t7. Todd Miller 77 70 147

t24. Jose Garrido 81 70 151

t67. Billy Harvey 82 78 160

Team Results

1. Brigham Young 304 282 586

2. Oklahoma State 290 304 594

3. Fresno State 294 302 596

3. New Mexico 298 298 596

5. Houston 302 296 598

6. UNLV 299 300 599

7. Texas A&M 298 303 601

8. Oklahoma 304 302 606

9. Pepperdine 304 303 607

10. Arizona 307 302 609

11. Texas 307 303 610

12. South Carolina 310 303 613

13. TCU 314 303 617

13. SMU 313 304 617

15. USC 312 315 627