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UVa Men's Golfers Tied for First at Navy

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Mac McLaughlin
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April 20, 2013

Annapolis, Md. - The Virginia men's golf team is tied for first place following the opening round of play at the Navy Spring Invitational at the Naval Academy Golf Course. The Cavaliers shot 10-over 294 and are tied with the Midshipmen A-team for first place. Virginia Tech and Wake Forest share third place at 12-over 296 in the 19-team field.

UVa senior Mac McLaughlin shares the overall lead at 1-under 70 along with Wake Forest's Evan Beck. The Cavaliers' David Pastore is in fifth place at 72 while Nick Tremps and Ji Soo Park are tied for 29th place at 76. Denny McCarthy shot 77 and is in 43rd place.

The Navy Spring Invitational is Virginia's final non-conference tournament of the season. The final round will take place Sunday.

Navy Spring Invitational
Naval Academy Golf Club
Par 71, 6,611 yards
Annapolis, MD
First Round Results


Team Standings
1. Navy 294 1. Virginia 294 3. Virginia Tech 296 3. Wake Forest 296 5. Pennsylvania 298 6. Long Island 300 7. George Washington 301 8. Bucknell 304 9. Towson 305 10. Delaware 306 11. Navy (Gold) 307 12. Hartford 310 12. St. Joesph's 310 12. Lehigh 310 15. St. Francis 313 15. Emory 313 17. Siena 314 18. Navy (White) 317 19. Lafayette 318 20. Mount St. Mary's 321 21. Colgate 331

Individual Results 1. Mac McLaughlin, Virginia 70 1. Evan Beck, Wake Forest 70 3. Zeke Shaffer, Navy 71 3. Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech 71 5. David Pastore, Virginia 72 5. Max Marsico, Pennsylvania 72

Virginia Results 1. Mac McLaughlin 70 5. David Pastore 72 29. Nick Tremps 76 29. Ji Soo Park 76 43. Denny McCarthy 77


 

 

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