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UVa Men's Golfers Finish 12th at Mason Rudolph

David Pastore

Sept. 23, 2012

Franklin, Tenn. - The Virginia men's golf team finished 12th at the Mason Rudolph Championship at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn. The Cavaliers shot 7-over 291 during Sundays' final round, their best 18-hole score of the tournament, for a three-day total of 885. Vanderbilt took top honors at 847.

Sophomore Denny McCarthy led the Cavaliers with a 12th-place finish at 1-over 214. He shot 72 during the final round. David Pastore was 28th in his collegiate debut, shooting 3-over 219. He and teammate Ji Soo Park led the team in scoring Sunday with scores of even par 71. Par was 40th at 222.

Freshman Kyle Kochevar placed 81st at 240. He shot 77 during the final round. Gregor Orlando withdrew following the second round and did not complete the tournament.

Georgia State's Jonathan Grey was the medalist at 7-under 206.

Mason Rudolph Championship
Vanderbilt Legends Club
Franklin, Tenn.
Par-71, 7,100 yards
Final Results

Team Results
 1. Vanderbilt             286-278-283-847
 2. Oklahoma               280-285-289-854
 3. Mississippi            285-293-278-858
 4. Mississippi State      293-282-286-861
 5. Georgia Southern       289-293-282-864
 6. South Alabama          291-288-286-865
 7. Georgia State          289-286-296-871
 8. Charleston             285-293-295-873
 9. Davidson               292-293-296-881
10. Middle Tennessee State 292-293-297-882
11. East Tennessee State   296-300-287-883
12. Virginia               296-298-291-885
13. Rice                   299-287-302-888
14. Tennessee Tech         293-296-303-892
15. Arkansas State         297-306-293-896

Individual Leaders 1. Jonathan Grey, Georgia State 69-67-70-206 2. Hunter Stewart, Vanderbilt 75-65-67-207 3. Blake Morris, Mississippi 70-69-69-208 3. Michael Schoolcraft, Oklahoma 70-71-67-208 5. Charlie Martin, Ga Southern 68-72-69-209

Virginia Results 12. Denny McCarthy 67-75-72-214 28. David Pastore 72-76-71-219 40. Ji Soo Park 78-73-71-222 81. Kyle Kochevar 86-77-77-240 84. Gregor Orlando 79-74-WD




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