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Kefale's Season-Best Leads UVa Golfers

April 14, 2007

Holly Springs, NC - Virginia sophomore Daniel Kefale turned in the best tournament score by a Cavalier this season to finish ninth overall at NC State's Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate at Devil's Ridge Golf Club in Holly Springs, N.C. Kefale equaled his best single-round score this year, shooting 69 Saturday, to move up 20 spots on the leaderboard to his ninth-place finish. His 54-hole score of 1-under 215 bettered his previous outing this year by four shots. He had rounds of 71 and 75 during Friday's first two rounds.

Virginia finished the 15-team tournament in eighth place with scores of 286, 296 and 293 for a 54-hole total of 875.

Kefale was not the only Cavalier golfer rewriting his record book.

Greg Carlin also shot a season-low, carding a two-day total of 217 to finish 17th overall, his best finish in a tournament this season. Carlin had a 74 Saturday after turning in scores of 72 and 71 Friday. His 54-hole total crushed his previous best tournament score by five shots and it was the second time in his career he posted a top-20 finish.

Conrad Von Borsig improved to 30th overall at 221 with a 1-over 73 during the final round. Kyle Stough was 44th at 223 while Eamonn McLoughlin was 75th at 231.

Charlotte won the tournament by two shots at 852. Tulsa was second at 854 and Duke was third at 862. Tulsa's Mitch Cohlmia, who shot 64 during the second round, took medalist honors at 8-under 208. Charlotte's Jonas EnanderHedin was second at 209.

Virginia competes at the ACC Championships April 20-22 in New London, N.C. before hosting the Cavalier Classic at Birdwood Golf Club April 28-29.

Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate
Devils Ridge Golf Club
Holly Springs, N.C.
Par 72, 6,854 yards
Final Results



Team Results
 1. Charlotte         281-287-284-852
 2. Tulsa             293-273-288-854
 3. Duke              289-285-288-862
 4. Vanderbilt        286-293-291-870
 4. Georgia Southern  288-287-295-870
 6. NC State          288-289-294-871
 7. Augusta State     287-297-289-873
 8. Virginia          286-296-293-875
 9. Maryland          301-289-292-882
10. Kent State        289-299-295-883
11. Virginia Tech     300-291-294-885
12. North Carolina    296-286-304-886
13. UAB               306-292-294-890
14. Houston           306-290-297-895
15. Toledo            305-294-302-901

Individual Leaders 1. Mitch Cohlmia, Tulsa 72-64-72-208 2. Jonas EnanderHedin, Charlotte 67-69-73-209 3. Luke List, Vanderbilt 70-68-72-210 3. Corey Nagy, Charlotte 71-70-69-210 5. Sam Korbe, Tulsa 75-68-69-212 5. Michael Schachner, Duke 72-70-70-212 7. Jon Curran, Vanderbilt 71-70-72-213 7. Matt Mincer, Charlotte 69-73-71-213 9. Major Manning, Augusta State 65-75-75-215 9. Daniel Kefale, Virginia 71-75-69-215 9. Drew Lethem, GA Southern 73-72-70-215 9. Chase Duncan, NC State 68-73-74-215 9. Jeff Edelman, Duke 65-75-75-215

Virginia Results 9. Daniel Kefale 71-75-69-215 17. Greg Carlin 72-71-74-217 30. Conrad Von Borsig 70-78-73-221 44. Kyle Stough 73-72-78-223 75. Eamonn McLoughlin 74-80-77-231


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