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Hoos Finish Sixth at Inverness Intercollegiate

Sept. 20, 2016

Toledo, Ohio - In its second tournament of the season, the Virginia men’s golf team tied for sixth at the Inverness Intercollegiate in Toledo, Ohio. The Cavaliers posted a final-round score of even par 284 for a 54-hole total of 21-over 873. Auburn won the tournament at 9-under 843.

UVA could not overcome a slow start at the 13-team event. After shooting 12-over 296 during Monday’s first round, the Hoos were just 9-over for their final 36 holes.

The Cavaliers were led by 10th-place showings from senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) and junior Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) Both players finished at even par 213 at the Inverness Club, which was set up as a par-71 course for the tournament.

Stanger shot 73 during his final round while Walker finished with a 75. It was Stanger’s 10th top-10 performance during his UVA career and marked the eighth time Walker has placed that high. Walker competed as an individual competitor during the tournament.

Senior All-American Derek Bard (New Hartford, N.Y.) was 16th at 215. He shot 70 on Tuesday while sophomore Thomas Walsh (High Point, N.C.) carded the team’s low round with a 2-under 69. Walsh placed 26th at 218.

Freshmen Luke Schaap (Potomac, Md.) and freshman Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) rounded out UVA’s scoring. Schaap shot 72 during the final round and finished 53rd at 227 while Orischak was 67th at 234. The tournament marked Orischak’s collegiate debut.



UVA returns to action Oct. 14-16 when the Cavaliers compete at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate in Johnson City, Tenn.

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

Team Results
 1. Auburn          280-281-282-843
 2. Duke            277-281-288-846
 3. Michigan        292-300-270-862
 4. Michigan State  290-287-288-865
 5. Penn State      288-293-285-866
 6. Virginia        297-292-284-873
 6. Minnesota       296-287-290-873
 8. Bowling Green   287-300-291-878
 8. St. Mary’s      298-296-284-878
10. Toledo          295-295-297-887
11. Ball State      299-297-292-888
12. Miami (OH)      310-303-291-904
13. Austin Peay     307-299-311-917

Individual Leaders 1. Nick Carlson, Michigan 69-73-67-209 1. Jake Shuman, Duke 70-71-68-209 3. Will Long, Auburn 73-68-69-210

Virginia Results 10. Danny Walker 70-68-75-213 10. Jimmy Stanger 72-68-73-213 16. Derek Bard 73-72-70-215 26. Thomas Walsh 74-75-69-218 53. Luke Schaap 78-77-72-227 67. Andrew Orischak 78-78-78-234


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