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Hoos in Seventh Place at Inverness Intercollegiate

Danny Walker

Sept. 19, 2016

Toledo, Ohio - The Virginia men’s golf team finished the first day of the Inverness Intercollegiate in seventh place. The Cavaliers shot 21-over 589 over the first 36 holes. Duke leads the 13-team field at 10-under 558 while Auburn is in second place at 561.

The top Cavalier after two rounds was junior Danny Walker (Brandenton, Fla.). Playing as an individual, and not counting toward the UVA team score, Walker is in third place at 4-under 138. He had round of 70 and 68.

Senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) is two shots behind Walker in fifth place. He posted scores of 1-over 72 and 3-under 68 at the historic Inverness Club.

UVA senior Derek Bard (New Hartford, N.Y.) is in 22nd place at 145 (73-72) while sophomore Thomas Walsh (High Point, N.C.) is 38th at 149 (74-75). Freshmen Luke Schaap (Potomac, Md.) and Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) are in 60th and 66th place, respectfully. Schaap had rounds of 78 and 77 while Orischak shot 78 in both rounds of his collegiate debut.

The final round of the event will be played Tuesday. Live scoring is online at

Inverness Intercollegiate
Inverness Club
Toledo, Ohio
Par 71, 7,323 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
 1. Duke            277-281-558
 2. Auburn          280-281-561
 3. Michigan State  290-287-577
 4. Penn State      288-293-581
 5. Minnesota       296-287-583
 6. Bowling Green   287-300-587
 7. Virginia        297-292-589
 8. Toledo          295-295-590
 9. Michigan        292-300-592
10. St. Mary’s      298-296-594
11. Ball State      299-297-596
12. Austin Peay     307-299-606
13. Miami (OH)      310-303-613

Individual Leaders 1. Matt Gilchrest, Auburn 64-72-136 2. Matt Oshrine, Duke 67-70-137 3. Danny Walker, Virginia * 70-68-138 4. Max Greyserman, Duke 68-71-139

Virginia Results 3. Danny Walker 70-68-138 5. Jimmy Stanger 72-68-140 22. Derek Bard 73-72-145 38. Thomas Walsh 74-75-149 60. Luke Schaap 78-77-155 66. Andrew Orischak 78-78-156




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