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Cavalier Golfers Tied for Sixth at U.S. Collegiate After 36 Holes

Alpharetta, GA - The 19th-ranked Virginia men's golf team is tied with ACC rival Duke for sixth place after 36 holes of play at the U.S. Collegiate Championships taking place at The Golf Club of Georgia. UVa shot 5-over 293 for a two-day total of 582. Georgia Tech, the host school, leads the field at 556. A total of eight teams in the field are ranked in the current Golfstat top-25 poll.

Play was delayed several hours Tuesday due to inclement weather.

UVa's Ben Kohles shot 2-under 70 Monday to climb up to 14th place on the leaderboard at 1-over 145. Bruce Woodall is also in 14th place after shooting 74 during the second round. Mac McLaughlin posted a 75 and dropped back to 23rd at 146. Amory Davis is 29th at 147 and Will Collins is 40th at 149. Davis shot 74 Monday while Collins carded a 75.

Georgia Tech's James White continues to lead the field. He shot 2-under 70 and has a two-day total of 12-under 132.

The final round of the tournament will take place Tuesday. Live scoring of the event is online at Virginia, playing with UCLA and California, will tee off at 11:40 a.m. during the final round.

U.S. Collegiate Championship
The Golf Club of Georgia - Lakeside Course
Alpharetta, GA
Par 72, 7,017 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
 1. Georgia Tech         271-285-556
 2. USC                  288-279-567
 3. Texas A&M            284-286-570
 4. UCLA                 286-287-573
 5. California           291-290-581
 6. Virginia             289-293-582
 6. Duke                 292-290-582
 8. Kent State           294-295-589
 9. Wake Forest          300-291-591
10. Washington           301-293-594
11. Florida State        298-298-596
12. East Tennessee State 300-302-602
13. Clemson              303-300-603
14. South Carolina       306-302-607
15. Georgia State        309-304-613

Individual Leaders
1. James White, Georgia Tech 62-70-132
2. Steve Lim, USC            69-69-138
3. Jordan Russell, Texas A&M 69-70-139
4. Paul Haley, Georgia Tech  71-69-140
4. Patrick Cantlay, UCLA     72-68-140
4. Cameron Peck, Texas A&M   70-70-140
7. Austin Cody, Duke         69-72-141
7. Kyle Scott, Georgia Tech  70-71-141
9. T.J. Vogel, USC           74-69-143
9. Mario Clemens, UCLA       73-70-143

Virginia Results
14. Ben Kohles     75-70-145
14. Bruce Woodall  71-74-145
23. Mac McLaughlin 71-75-146
29. Amory Davis    73-74-147
40. Will Collins   74-75-149




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