March 15, 2014
Statesboro, Ga. - The No. 7 Virginia men's golf team is in eighth place after 36 holes of play at the Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Ga. The Cavaliers shot 3-under 285 Saturday for a two-day total of 575. Georgia Southern, the host school, leads the field at 562.
UVa freshman Jimmy Stanger used a career-best round of 5-under 67 to move up to third place in the standings at 5-under 139. Stanger enters Sunday's final round just one stroke behind co-leaders Kramer Hickok of Texas and Martin Rohwer of UAB.
Denny McCarthy is in 28th place for UVa at 145 after shooting 3-over 75. Derek Bard and Nick McLaughlin are tied for 33rd at 146. Bard shot 71 during the second day while McLaughlin finished his round with a 72. Ben Rusch is in 58th place at 150. David Pastore, competing as an individual, is also tied for 33rd at 146.
The final round of the tournament will take place Sunday. Live scoring is online at Golfstat.com.
Forest Heights Country Club
Par 72, 6,962 yards
Second Round Results
1. Georgia Southern 286-276-562
2. UAB 285-281-566
3. Col. of Charleston 290-277-567
4. North Florida 291-278-569
5. Texas 290-283-573
5. UCF 294-279-573
7. Georgia State 301-273-574
8. Virginia 290-285-575
9. Mississippi 290-293-583
10. NC State 292-293-585
11. Kentucky 294-292-586
12. Florida 297-293-590
13. Duke 297-294-591
14. Maryland 299-303-602
15. North Texas 309-296-605
Individual Leaders 1. Kramer Hickok, Texas 70-68-138 1. Martin Rohwer, UAB 72-66-138 3. Hayden Anderson, Ga Southern 72-67-139 3. Taylor Hancock, North Florida 68-71-139 3. Beau Hossler, Texas 70-69-139 3. MJ Maguire, North Florida 70-69-139 3. Jimmy Stanger, Virginia 72-67-139
3. Jimmy Stanger 72-67-139
28. Denny McCarthy 70-75-145
33. Derek Bard 75-71-146
33. Nick McLaughlin 74-72-146
33. David Pastore* 75-71-146
58. Ben Rusch 74-76-150
* Competing as an individual
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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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