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Cavalier Golfers Tied for Ninth at Hackler

March 11, 2007

Myrtle Beach, SC - The Virginia men's golf team is tied with Purdue and Pepperdine for ninth place after the opening two rounds of play at the General Jim Hackler Championship being contested at the TPC of Myrtle Beach. The Cavaliers posted rounds of 295 and 290 to finish Sunday's play at 9-over 585.

Virginia was led by Eamonn McLoughlin who had rounds of 75 and 70 to stand 28th at 145. His second-round score of 2-under 70 was his best 18-hole total for the season. Daniel Kefale is one shot behind McLoughlin at 2-over 146. He opened with a 71 and shot 75 in the second round. UVa's Conrad Von Borsig is 48th at 148, Greg Carlin and Kyle Stough are tied for 69th at 151.

Lamar shot 553 and holds a seven-shot lead over Southern California at the top of the leaderboard. East Tennessee State's Rhys Davies and USC's Tom Glissmeyer share the lead in stroke play at 7-under 135.

The final round of the tournament takes place Monday.

General Jim Hackler Championship
TPC of Myrtle Beach
Par-72, 6,950 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
 1. Lamar                 275-278-553
 2. Southern California   278-282-560
 3. Coastal Carolina      289-283-572
 4. Duke                  294-285-579
 5. Tulsa                 287-293-580
 5. East Tennessee State  296-284-580
 7. Augusta State         301-280-581
 8. Charlotte             299-284-583
 9. Virginia              295-290-585
 9. Purdue                300-285-585
 9. Pepperdine            291-294-585
12. New Mexico            293-295-588
13. North Florida         302-288-590
13. Kent State            290-300-590
15. Baylor                300-291-591
16. Georgia Southern      299-294-593
16. Oklahoma              295-298-593
18. UNC Wilmington        304-305-609

Top Individuals 1. Rhys Davies, East Tennessee State 70-65-135 1. Tom Glissmeyer, Southern California 67-68-135 3. Dawie Van Der Walt, Lamar 66-70-136 4. Corey Nagy, Charlotte 68-69-137 5. Casey Clendenon, Lamar 69-69-138 6. Dusty Smith, Lamar 71-68-139 7. Oliver Bekker, Lamar 69-72-141 7. Jeff Dennis, North Florida 72-69-141 7. Jamie Lovemark, Southern California 69-72-141 7. Eric Shriver, Pepperdine 69-72-141

Virginia Results 28. Eamonn McLoughlin 75-70-145 34. Daniel Kefale 71-75-146 48. Conrad Von Borsig 74-74-148 69. Greg Carlin 80-71-151 69. Kyle Stough 75-76-151




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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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