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Hoos Remain in First Place at Burns Intercollegiate

Andrew Orischak led the Hoos during the second round with a score of 3-under 69.

Feb. 16, 2017

Kauai, Hawaii - The No. 4 Virginia men’s golf team stayed atop the leaderboard following the second round of play at the John Burns Intercollegiate in Lihue, Hawaii. The Cavaliers shot 5-under 283 on Thursday for a 36-hole total of 25-under 551. They enter Friday’s final round with a six stroke advantage over 18th-ranked Texas A&M and are 15 shots ahead of third-place UNLV.

Senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) continues to lead UVA. He shot 2-over 74 to drop back to second place in stroke play at 8-under 136. Stanger opened the tournament by posting a school record round of 10-under 62.

Fellow senior Derek Bard (New Hartford, N.Y.) is in fifth place after shooting even par 72. He enters the final round at 6-under 138. Junior Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) and freshman Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) are tied for ninth place at 4-under 140.

Orischak led the Hoos during the second round with a score of 3-under 69. That is his lowest round as a collegiate. Sophomore Thomas Walsh (High Point, N.C.) improved to 44th position with a 71 after opening the event with a 75.

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

Team Results
 1. Virginia           268-283-551
 2. Texas A&M          276-281-557
 3. UNLV               282-284-566
 4. BYU                284-286-570
 4. Santa Clara        287-283-570
 6. California         291-281-572
 7. Grand Canyon       291-285-576
 8. Arizona            290-287-577
 8. New Mexico         295-282-577
10. UTEP               290-290-580
10. Washington         294-286-580
12. Kennesaw State     289-293-582
13. North Dakota State 299-285-584
14. Utah               301-286-587
15. Washington State   302-293-595
16. Hawaii             298-301-599
17. Northern Colorado  304-300-604
18. Hawaii-Hilo        316-303-619

Individual Leaders 1. Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M 67-66-133 2. Jimmy Stanger, Virginia 62-74-136 3. Hyden Shieh, Santa Clara 71-66-137 3. Collin Morikawa, California 71-66-137

Virginia Results 2. Jimmy Stanger 62-74-136 5. Derek Bard 66-72-138 9. Danny Walker 69-71-140 9. Andrew Orischak 71-69-140 44. Thomas Walsh 75-71-146




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