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Cavaliers Turn in Best Round to Finish 8th at The Ridges

Oct. 15, 2006

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    Jonesborough, TN - Playing its best single round of the year, the Virginia men's golf team finished eighth at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at The Ridges. Virginia shot 1-under 287 Sunday to finish at 27-over 891. Tennessee claimed the championship by finishing at 5-over 869. East Tennessee State was second at 870.

    Virginia sophomore Conrad Von Borsig equaled his best single-round score with a 4-under 68 to lead the Cavaliers during the final round. Von Borsig placed 13th at 220, his best showing as a collegiate. It marks the second time this year he has led UVa in scoring. He opened the tournament with a 78 in the first round and shot 74 in Saturday's afternoon round.

    Von Borsig was not the only Cavalier to post career-best numbers during the tournament. Greg Carlin placed 21st at 6-over 222. That was his best 54-hole score during his UVa career. He carded a 71 in the second round to equal his best 18-hole effort.

    Eamonn McLoughlin and Andrea Signor both shot 228 to finish 54th. McLoughlin shot 74 during the final round and Signor had a 76. Daniel Kefale aided UVa's final round score by posting a 2-under 70 Sunday. He was 63rd overall after starting with rounds of 78 and 83.

    East Tennessee State's Rhys Davies took medalist honors at 5-under 211. Philip Pettitt of Tennessee was second at 214.

    The Cavaliers 1-under 287 during the final round was their best 18-hole score in their last eight tournaments, dating back to last year's Hootie at Bulls Bay when UVa carded a 281 during the second round. Last year UVa placed 14 of 15 teams at The Ridges.



    Virginia will wrap up its fall season Oct. 21-23 when they play at the Mason Rudolph Invitational in Nashville.

    Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at The Ridges
    The Ridges Golf and Country Club
    Jonesborough, TN
    Par-72, 7,147 yards
    Final Results

    Team Results
     1. Tennessee             294-290-285-869
     2. East Tennessee State  291-291-288-870
     3. North Carolina        296-287-291-874
     4. Alabama               304-290-281-875
     5. Wake Forest           296-297-289-882
     6. Auburn                302-297-285-884
     7. South Carolina        304-288-293-885
     8. Virginia              309-295-287-891
     8. Kent State            305-296-290-891
    10. NC State              299-300-293-892
    11. TCU                   294-298-301-893
    12. Virginia Tech         296-304-294-894
    13. UAB                   306-306-284-896
    14. Pepperdine            312-304-297-913
    15. Kentucky              312-308-314-934

    Individual Leaders 1. Rhys Davies, East Tennessee 71-69-71-211 2. Philip Pettitt, Tennessee 73-69-72-214 3. George Bryan, South Carolina 71-69-75-215 3. Charles Ford, Tennessee 73-71-71-215 5. Robert Riesen, North Carolina 73-73-70-216 5. Gator Todd, Alabama 73-74-69-216 7. Michael Thompson, Alabama 77-68-72-217 8. Glenn Northcutt, Auburn 77-71-70-218 9. Bendan Gielow, Wake Forest 74-72-73-219 9. Jon McLean, TCU 70-72-77-219 9. Drew Stoltz, TCU 74-70-75-219 9. Tino Weiss, Tennessee 73-75-71-219

    Virginia Results 13. Conrad Von Borsig 78-74-68-220 21. Greg Carlin 76-71-75-222 54. Eamonn McLoughlin 79-75-74-228 54. Andrea Signor 77-75-76-228 63. Daniel Kefale 78-83-70-231

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