The Seasiders fell back to 17th place on the day with a 32-over-par 320 in the second round of 18. Kahawaii moved back slightly in the individual standings to a tie for 55th with a 9 over par through 36 holes, while Herrera to move up four spots to a tie for 73rd at 13 over par.
Matthew Jensen had another steady day finishing with a 7-over-par 79 to remain tied with Herrera at 73rd in the individual board. Federico Clausen finished the day in 92nd place while Alex Stulce is one spot behind at 93rd.
BYU-Hawaii will finish competition with a tee time beginning at 8:30 a.m. HST.