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Cavalier Golfers Remain in 10th Place at NC River Landing Intercollegiate

Wallace, NC - The Virginia men's golf team stayed in 10th place after the second round of play at NC State’s River Landing Intercollegiate. The Cavaliers shot 11-over 299 in the second round after opening with a 298. UVa’s two-day total of 597 is three shots behind ninth-place North Carolina. NC State and Duke share the tournament lead heading into Sunday’s final round at 574.

Virginia’s Kyle Stough moved up to 10th place after 36 holes at 145, including a 73 Saturday. Three Cavaliers, Conrad Von Borsig, Will Collins and Greg Carlin are tied for 42nd at 150. Von Borsig, playing as a non-scoring individual, had the best second-round score of the trio, posted a 73. Steven Rojas is 56th at 153 and Amory Davis dropped back to 80th at 160.

Wake Forest’s Webb Simpson owns a one-stroke lead or medalist honors at 139. NC State’s Kent Copeland and Duke’s Michael Schachner are tied for second at 140.

The final round of the tournament is scheduled for Sunday morning. Live scoring links are available at and

River Landing Intercollegiate
The River Course
Wallace, N.C.
Par-72, 6,942 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results

 1. NC State         288-286-574
 1. Duke             284-290-574
 3. Wake Forest      287-294-581
 4. Memphis          292-290-582
 5. Florida State    284-299-583
 6. East Carolina    294-298-592
 7. Maryland         286-307-593
 7. Kansas           299-294-593
 9. North Carolina   297-297-594
10. Virginia         298-299-597
11. Tulsa            296-302-598
12. Rice             300-299-599
13. Houston          299-309-608
14. Navy             303-309-612
15. Liberty          300-313-613

Top Individuals
 1. Webb Simpson, Wake Forest           67-72-139
 2. Kent Copeland, NC State             71-69-140
 2. Michael Schachner, Duke             68-72-140
 4. Jonas Blixt, Florida State          68-73-141
 5. Kevin O’Connell, North Carolina     67-75-142
 5. Jordan Irwin, Houston               71-71-142
 7. Darren Blair, NC State              71-72-143
 7. Donnie Shin, Maryland               72-71-143
 9. Nicolas Geyger, Tulsa               70-74-144
10. Wesley Tucker, NC State             74-71-145
10. Reed Darsie, North Carolina         73-72-145
10. Rob Laird, Tulsa                    72-73-145
10. Matt Hill, NC State                 72-73-145
10. Ian Rochester, Memphis              73-72-145
10. Brad Benjamin, Memphis              72-73-145
10. Robbie Greenwell, Memphis           72-73-145
10. Kyle Stough, Virginia               72-73-145
10. Adam Long, Duke                     72-73-145
10. Clark Klaasen, Duke                 68-77-145
10. Chris Gold, Maryland                69-76-145

10. Kyle Stough        72-73-145
42. Conrad Von Borsig* 77-73-150
42. Will Collins       76-74-150
42. Greg Carlin        74-76-150
56. Steven Rojas       77-76-153
80. Amory Davis        76-84-160
* Playing as individual




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