Virginia Men's Golf Eighth After Second Round Of ACC Tournament

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Cameron Yancey is in tenth place after two rounds at the ACC championships.
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM
Cameron Yancey is in tenth place after two rounds at the ACC championships.
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

April 22, 2000

Box Score

BADIN LAKE, N.C.-The Virginia men's golf team remains in eighth place after two rounds of the ACC Tournament at the Old North State Club at Uwharrie Point which features a par 72, 7,102-yard layout. The Cavaliers are 22-over par (598) and 24 strokes behind first round leader N.C. State (574, -2). Georgia Tech is in second place, one stroke behind the leader.

Virginia's Cameron Yancey shot a season-best 70 to move from 30th place to a tie for 10th place at one-over par (145). Steve Marino is tied for 24th place at four-over par (148), James Driscoll is tied for 32nd place at eight-over (152), Justin Goodhue is in 39th place at 11-over par and Mike Mitchell is tied for 44th place at 18-over.

Georgia Tech's Bryce Molder fired a five-under 67, the low scored of the day and grabbed the individual lead by two strokes over four players-N.C. States Carl Pettersson, Wake Forest's Jay Morgan, Clemson's John Engler and North Carolina's Brad Hyler who all posted three-under 141 totals.

The final round is on Sunday, April 23 and begins at 8:30 a.m.

Atlantic Coast Conference Championships
Old North State Golf Course, Badin Lake, NC
Tournament Dates: 04/21 - 04/23

Par: 72
Yardage: 7102

Fin.TeamScores
1.N.C. State574 -2
2.Georgia Tech575 -1
3.Clemson578 +2
4.Wake Forest584+8
North Carolina584+8
6.Duke589+13
7.Maryland597+21
8.Virginia598+22
9.Florida State608+32