The William Woods men and women had the lead after Day 1 Monday at the Columbia College Cougar Classic.
The No. 7 men shot a 287 Tuesday after having a 297 on Day 1 to finish first with a 586 through 36 holes, while the No. 21 women fell to third out of seven teams.
There was a new men's individual leader after Day 2, as Logan Smith took first just ahead of teammates Philip Heller and Jakub Dymecki.
Smith shot 3 under, after shooting 1 over the first day, to finish the two days with a 140. Heller shot an even par to lead the Day 1 standings but then had a 4 over the second day to fall into a tie for second with Dymecki, who shot even par on Day 2 opening at 4 over.
The Owl women finished with a 679, five strokes behind first-place Truman State and three behind second-place Columbia College.
Maria Zrodowska maintained her second-place standing after shooting another 81. Paige Hawkins finished tied for sixth with a 168, Krystal Burgtorf was 15th with a 172 and Maria Ortiz Rozo was 15th with a 177. Victoria Hooker finished 12th while playing solely as an individual with a 175.
The men and women will wrap up their fall seasons with the William Woods Fall Invitational on Oct. 11-12 at Tanglewood Golf Course.