April 21, 2007
New London, NC -
The Virginia men's golf team shot 4-over 292 during Saturday's second round of the ACC Championships to finish the first 36 holes tied with 20th-ranked Wake Forest for seventh place. The Cavaliers enter Sunday's final round with a two-day total of 9-over 585. The tournament is being held at the Old North State Club in New London, N.C.
Georgia Tech, ranked 12th, posted the day's best score, a 5-under 283, to take the lead at 6-under 570. The Yellow Jackets are two shots ahead of 25th-ranked Duke and three shots in front of 11th-ranked Clemson. The Tigers led after first day when they finished at 285.
Eamonn McLoughlin and Conrad Von Borsig both shot 1-over 73 to continue to lead the Virginia contingent. They are tied for 18th at 1-over 145. Freshman Kyle Stough had UVa's best score Saturday with an even-par 72. He, along with teammate Greg Carlin, are tied for 33rd overall at 4-over 148. Carlin shot 74 during the second round. Daniel Kefale posted a 3-over 75 for the second straight day and is 39th at 150.
North Carolina's Martin Ureta leads the field at 5-under 139. Clemson's Kyle Stanley and Georgia Tech's Cameron Tringale are one shot back at 140.
The final round is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. Live scoring is on the Internet at Golfstat.com. ACC Select will webcast the final round, including first- and second-round highlights, starting at 1 p.m. The event will also be available for fans to watch on an on-demand replay basis. Viewers can watch the Championship live or on-demand with an All Event Pass ($9.99 per month) or on a per-event basis ($3.99 per event). Fans can go to www.accselect.com for complete details.
The Old North State Club
Par 72, 7,102 yards
New London, NC
Second Round Results
1. Georgia Tech 287-283-570
2. Duke 286-286-572
3. Clemson 285-288-573
4. North Carolina 287-288-575
4. Virginia Tech 289-286-575
6. Florida State 298-286-584
7. Virginia 293-292-585
7. Wake Forest 294-292-585
9. NC State 295-295-590
10. Maryland 300-303-603
11. Boston College 310-307-617
1. Martin Ureta, North Carolina 69-70-139
2. Kyle Stanley, Clemson 68-72-140
2. Cameron Tringale, Georgia Tech 72-68-140
4. Roberto Castro, Georgia Tech 69-72-141
4. Nick MacDonald, Virginia Tech 71-70-141
6. David Holzworth, North Carolina 70-72-142
6. Clark Klassen, Duke 71-71-142
6. Bob Reed, Boston College 71-71-142
6. Michael Schachner, Duke 69-73-142
10. Jonas Blixt, Florida State 73-70-143
10. Tanner Ervin, Clemson 72-71-143
10. Adam Long, Duke 72-71-143
10. Ryan Sypniewski, Virginia Tech 68-75-143
18. Eamonn McLoughlin 72-73-145
18. Conrad Von Borsig 72-73-145
33. Greg Carlin 74-74-148
33. Kyle Stough 76-72-148
39. Daniel Kefale 75-75-150