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Stanger Continues to Lead at Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate

Jimmy Stanger

Oct. 22, 2016

Alpharetta, Ga. - Virginia senior Jimmy Stanger (Tampa, Fla.) continues to lead the field after 36 holes of play at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate. Stanger shot 4-under 68 on Saturday for a two-day total of 9-under 135. Oklahoma's Max McGreevy is two strokes behind Stanger on the leaderboard.

Virginia shot 1-under 287 and moved up to a tie for second place entering Sunday's final round. The Cavaliers share second place with Texas A&M at even par 576. Oklahoma occupies first place at 574.

UVA's Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) and freshman Luke Schaap both shot even-par 72 during the second round and are tied for 29th place. Sophomore Thomas Walsh is in 56th place at 150 and Derek Bard is 70th at 153.

Virginia will tee off starting at 12:25 during Sunday's final round. Live scoring is online at

Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate
The Golf Club of Georgia -- Creekside Course
Alpharetta, Ga.
Par-72, 7,039 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
 1. Oklahoma             283-291-574
 2. Texas A&M            291-285-576
 2. Virginia             289-287-576
 4. USC                  299-279-578
 4. Duke                 285-293-578
 4. Wake Forest          299-279-578
 7. Stanford             293-286-579
 7. Texas                291-288-579
 9. Oklahoma State       293-287-580
10. Auburn               293-290-583
10. Georgia Tech         297-286-583
12. LSU                  296-295-591
13. Clemson              292-301-593
14. UCLA                 295-301-596
15. East Tennessee St.   300-305-605
15. TCU                  300-305-605
17. Villanova            316-307-623

Individual Leaders 1. Jimmy Stanger, Virginia 67-68-135 2. Max McGreevy, Oklahoma 68-69-137 3. Doug Ghim, Texas 71-67-138 3. Chandler Eaton, Duke 68-70-138

Virginia Results 1. Jimmy Stanger 67-68-135 29. Danny Walker 74-72-146 29. Luke Schaap 74-72-146 56. Thomas Walsh 75-75-150 70. Derek Bard 74-79-153




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