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Stanger Leads UVa at Schenkel with Fourth-Place Finish

Jimmy Stanger

March 16, 2014

Statesboro, Ga. - The No. 7 Virginia men's golf team finished fourth at the Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Ga., behind a third-place finish from freshman Jimmy Stanger. It marked the fourth time in five outings this season the Cavaliers have managed at least a fourth-place finish.

The Cavaliers shot 293 during Sunday's final round for a three-day total of 4-over 868. Virginia tied with Texas for fourth place. Host school Georgia Southern won the event at 14-under 850 while UAB was second at 858 and UCF was third at 862.

Stanger shot 1-over 73 Sunday for a 54-hole total of 4-under 212. His finish and tournament score were the best of his career and marked the second top-10 showing for him this season.

Denny McCarthy used a final round 72 to place 20th at 1-over 217. Derek Bard, Ben Rusch and Nick McLaughlin all tied for 40th at 6-over 222. Bard and McLaughlin shot 76 on Sunday, while Rusch finished with a 72. David Pastore, competing as an individual, was 32nd at 221.

Georgia Southern's Scott Wolfes won the event at 7-under 209. He was one of three Georgia Southern players to finish in the top four.

The Cavaliers return to play March 23-25 at the Hootie @Bull Bay tournament in Charleston, S.C.

Schenkel Invitational
Forest Heights Country Club
Statesboro, Ga.
Par 72, 6,962 yards
Final Results

Team Results
 1. Georgia Southern   286-276-288-850
 2. UAB                285-281-292-858
 3. UCF                294-279-289-862
 4. Virginia           290-285-293-868
 4. Texas              290-283-295-868
 6. Col. of Charleston 290-277-302-869
 7. Georgia State      301-273-297-871
 8. Mississippi        290-293-292-875
 9. North Florida      291-278-307-876
10. NC State           292-293-296-881
11. Kentucky           294-292-296-882
12. Duke               297-294-295-886
13. Florida            297-293-300-890
14. North Texas        309-296-293-898
15. Maryland           299-303-302-904



Individual Leaders 1. Scott Wolfes, Georgia Southern 71-70-68-209 2. Martin Rohwer, UAB 72-66-73-211 3. Jimmy Stanger, Virginia 72-67-73-212 4. Henry Mabbett, Georgia Southern 70-72-71-213 4. Will Evans, Georgia Southern 69-71-73-213

Virginia Results 3. Jimmy Stanger 72-67-73-212 20. Denny McCarthy 70-75-72-217 32. David Pastore* 75-71-75-221 40. Derek Bard 75-71-76-222 40. Ben Rusch 74-76-72-222 40. Nick McLaughlin 74-72-76-222 * Competing as an individual


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