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Hoos Capture Burns for Fourth Win of Season

Feb. 17, 2017

Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii - The No. 4 Virginia men's golf team led wire-to-wire at the John Burns Intercollegiate in Lihue, Hawaii, to pick up its fourth win in five tournaments this season. The Cavaliers shot 29-under 835 to finish four shots ahead of 18th-ranked Texas A&M. UVA shot 4-under 284 during Friday's final round.

Junior Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) shot 6-under 66 during Friday's final round to be the team's top finisher. He tied for third place at 10-under 206. It was the highest finish of his career and marked the second consecutive season he has been UVA's top finisher at the tournament.

Senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) recorded the 13th top-10 finish of his career, shooting 7-under 209 to place eighth overall. He opened the tournament by shooting a school record 10-under 62. Freshman Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.), playing in just his second college event, was 10th at 5-under 211.

Senior All-American Derek Bard (New Hartford, N.Y.) was 22nd overall at even par 216 and sophomore Thomas Walsh (High Point, N.C.) placed 47th at 220.

"This was a great team performance," said Virginia coach Bowen Sargent. "Jimmy (10-under 62) and Derek (6-under 66) really set the tone during the first round and everyone contributed to the win. I am proud of how this team prepared for this tournament and how they approached the week. To win for the fourth time in five tournaments is a truly remarkable accomplishment."



The Cavaliers return to action March 6-7 at the Palmetto Classic in Aiken, S.C.

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

Team Results
 1. Virginia           268-283-284-835
 2. Texas A&M          276-281-282-839
 3. UNLV               282-284-274-840
 4. BYU                284-286-286-856
 5. California         291-281-288-860
 5. Santa Clara        287-283-290-860
 7. Arizona            290-287-286-863
 8. Washington         294-286-288-868
 9. UTEP               290-290-289-869
 9. New Mexico         295-282-292-869
11. Grand Canyon       291-285-298-874
12. Kennesaw State     289-293-294-876
13. Utah               301-286-295-882
14. North Dakota State 299-285-301-885
15. Washington State   302-293-301-896
16. Northern Colorado  304-300-295-899
17. Hawaii             298-301-307-906
18. Hawaii-Hilo        316-303-306-925

Individual Leaders 1. Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M 67-66-68-201 2. Hyden Shieh, Santa Clara 71-66-67-204 3. Collin Morikawa, California 71-66-69-206 3. Harry Wall, UNLV 71-70-65-206 3. Danny Walker, Virginia 69-71-66-206

Virginia Results 3. Danny Walker 69-71-66-206 8. Jimmy Stanger 62-74-73-209 10. Andrew Orischak 71-69-71-211 22. Derek Bard 66-72-78-216 47. Thomas Walsh 75-71-74-220


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