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Stanger Posts School Record 62 at Burns Intercollegiate

Feb. 15, 2017

Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii - Fueled by a school-record individual performance, the No. 4 Virginia men's golf team jumped out to the early lead at the John Burns Intercollegiate in Lihue, Hawaii. Senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) shot 10-under 62 to lead the Cavaliers and hold a four-shot lead after the opening 18 holes of play.

Stanger's round was bogey-free as he notched five birdies on the front and back side of the Wailua Golf Course. His score was also a course record. Stanger eclipsed the UVA scoring mark by one stroke. It was previously shared by Cole Kelly (1996), Ben Kohles (2010) and Denny McCarthy (2014).

Stanger's previous low round was a 6-under 66 he shot at the General Hackler Championship en route to medalist honors at that event last season. He entered the Burns Intercollegiate ranked No. 4 in the latest Golfstat rankings. Stanger took first place in his last fall tournament, shooting 9-under 207 to capture top honors at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate.

Virginia shot 20-under 268 during the first round, which was just one shot off the team's single-round scoring record. The Cavaliers finished the day eight shots ahead of second-place Texas A&M. It is UVA's first tournament of the spring season.

All four of UVA's scoring players finished under par on Wednesday. Senior Derek Bard (New Hartford, N.Y.) shot 6-under 66 and is tied for second place. Junior Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) posted a score of 3-under 69 and stands eighth on the leaderboard. Freshman Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) finished with a 71 and is in 14th position. Sophomore Thomas Walsh (High Point, N.C.) is 62nd after shooting 75.



The 54-hole event runs through Friday.

John Burns Intercollegiate
Wailua Golf Course
Lihu'e, Kaua'i, Hawaii
Par-72, 6,991 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. Virginia           268
 2. Texas A&M          276
 3. UNLV               282
 4. BYU                284
 5. Santa Clara        287
 6. Kennesaw State     289
 7. UTEP               290
 7. Arizona            290
 9. Grand Canyon       291
 9. California         291
11. Washington         294
12. New Mexico         295
13. Hawaii             298
14. North Dakota State 299
15. Utah               301
16. Washington State   302
17. Northern Colorado  304
18. Hawaii-Hilo        316

Individual Leaders 1. Jimmy Stanger, Virginia 62 2. Derek Bard, Virginia 66 2. Jordan Gumberg, Arizona 66 4. Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M 67 4. Brad Reeves, Arizona 67

Virginia Results 1. Jimmy Stanger 62 2. Derek Bard 66 8. Danny Walker 69 14. Andrew Orischak 71 62. Thomas Walsh 75


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