April 21, 2013
Annapolis, Md. - The Virginia men's golf team tied for first place with Pennsylvania at the Navy Spring Invitational at the Naval Academy Golf Course. The two teams finished at 31-over 599. The Quakers won a playoff between the two teams for the event's championship trophy.
After shooting 10-over 294 during Saturday's first round, the Cavaliers posted a score of 21-over 305 Sunday.
Mac McLaughlin led Virginia with a ninth-place finish at 7-over 149. He shot 79 during the final round. David Pastore was 12th overall at 150. Denny McCarthy, Nick Tremps and Ji Soo Park all tied for 20th at 10-over 152.
McLaughlin's finish was his fourth top-10 performance of the season and also marked the fourth time this year he has led UVa in scoring. Pastore's showing was his best as a collegiate.
Virginia's finish marked the first time the Cavaliers have placed first at a tournament since the VCU Shootout to open the 2011-12 season. The co-title was the 11th tournament title by the Cavaliers during head coach Bowen Sargent's nine-year tenure at Virginia.
The Cavaliers will compete at the ACC Championships April 26-28 in New London, N.C.
Navy Spring Invitational
Naval Academy Golf Club
Par 71, 6,611 yards
1. Virginia 294-305-599
1. Pennsylvania 298-301-599
3. Virginia Tech 296-305-601
3. Wake Forest 296-305-601
5. Long Island 300-303-603
6. George Washington 301-307-608
7. Navy 294-315-609
8. Delaware 306-303-609
9. Towson 305-305-610
10. Navy (Gold) 307-306-613
11. Hartford 310-304-614
12. St. Joesph's 310-306-616
13. Lehigh 310-317-627
14. St. Francis 313-317-630
15. Emory 313-318-631
16. Bucknell 304-331-635
17. Mount St. Mary's 321-317-638
18. Lafayette 318-324-642
19. Siena 314-331-645
20. Navy (White) 317-334-651
21. Colgate 331-327-658
Individual Results 1. Joe Gunerman, Towson 75-69-144 2. Evan Beck, Wake Forest 70-75-145 2. Trevor Cone, Virginia Tech 76-69-145 4. Obediah Ayton, Long Island U. 73-73-146 5. Max Marsico, Pennsylvania 72-75-147 5. Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech 71-76-147
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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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