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Virginia travels to Coca-Cola Duke Classic

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Freshman Daniel Kefale
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Freshman Daniel Kefale
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Oct. 7, 2005

This Week
Virginia travels to the Coca-Cola Duke Classic on Oct. 9-10. The 54-hole tournament features a field of 15 teams at the Duke Golf Club in Durham, N.C. Action begins at 8:30 a.m. each day.

Last Outing
The No. 20 Virginia Cavaliers won the Mason Rudolph Collegiate on Oct. 2. UVa shot a seven-under 281 in the final round. The tourney win is Virginia's first under second-year head coach Bowen Sargent and the first since UVa won the Wofford Invitational in April 2002. Senior Brad Tilley (Chappaqua, N.Y.) tied for third with a three-under 213. Senior Carter Henderson (Nashville, Tenn.) tied for seventh with a two-under 214, while freshman Conrad Von Borsig (Swarthmore, Pa.) tied for 15th with a 217 (+1). Freshman Daniel Kefale (Woodbridge, Va.) shot a 218 (+2) to tie for 18th. Junior Mark Perry (Atlanta, Ga.) fired the Cavaliers' best round of the day with a career-best, three-under 69. He tied for 32nd with a 223 (+7).

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