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UVa Golfers Tied for Seventh at ACCs

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 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 for complete details.



ACC Championship
The Old North State Club
Par 72, 7,102 yards
New London, NC
Second Round Results

Team 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

Top Individuals 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

Virginia Results 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


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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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