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Cavaliers Open Burns Intercollegiate Tied for Seventh

Kahuku, HI - The 16th-ranked Virginia men's golf team opened its spring season Wednesday by tying for seventh place after the opening round of the John Burns Intercollegiate in Kahuku, Hawaii. The Cavaliers shot 6-over 294 to be tied with BYU. California and Texas A&M lead the 17-team field at 5-under 283.

Virginia was led by Ben Kohles and Amory Davis who both shot 1-under 71. They are tied for eighth place, three shots behind the tournament's co-leaders. Will Collins is in 35th place at 3-over 75 while Ben Rusch and Cole Willcox are tied for 58th at 5-over 77.

The second round of the tournament is slated for Thursday starting at 7:30 a.m. local time and the final round will take place Friday. Live scoring of the event is online at

John Burns Intercollegiate
Turtle Bay Resort - The Palmer Course
Kahuku, HI
Par 72, 7,218 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. California     283
 1. Texas A&M      283
 3. SMU            289
 4. Nevada         290
 5. BYU Hawaii     292
 6. Fresno State   293
 7. Virginia       294
 7. BYU            294
 9. Denver         296
 9. Arizona        296
11. New Mexico     298
12. Hawaii         299
13. Hawaii Pacific 301
14. UTEP           306
15. Utah           311
16. Hawaii B-team  314
17. Hawaii Hilo    318

Individual Leaders
1. Max Homa, California       68
1. Conrad Shindler, Texas A&M 68
3. Jordan Russell, Texas A&M  69
3. Kelly Kraft, SMU           69
3. Scott Smith, Nevada        69
3. John Hurley, Texas A&M     69
3. Aaron Puzey, BYU Hawaii    69

Virginia Results
 8. Amory Davis   71
 8. Ben Kohles    71
35. Will Collins  75
58. Ben Rusch     77
58. Cole Willcox  77




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