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Hoos Grab Clash Point With Eighth-Place Finish at ACCs

April 15, 2017

Pawleys Island, SC - The Virginia women’s golf team grabbed the point in the Commonwealth Clash presented by Virgina529 with its eighth place finish at the ACC Championships. The Cavaliers shot 11-over 299 during Saturday’s final round to complete the 54-hole tournament at the Reserve Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. with a score of 896. Duke took the team championship with a score of 859.

By virtue of placing ahead of Virginia Tech, the Cavaliers earned the point up for grab between the two schools in the Commonwealth Clash presented by Virgina529. The Hokies finished 11th in the 12-team field at 916. The all-sports award is now tied at 9-9 with three points yet to be decided.

Senior Lauren Diaz-Yi (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) was UVA’s top finisher, placing 21st at 4-over 220. She posted a final-round score of 2-over 74. Sophomore Morgan Gonzales (Chandler, Ariz.) also shot 74 and moved up to 28th place at 224. Sophomore Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) was 33rd at 227. She had UVA’s best final-round score, shooting 1-over 73.

UVA freshman Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) was 39th at 228 and junior Maho Hayakawa (Lake Mary, Fla.) finished 54th at 238.

Duke’s Leona Magurie took medalist honors at 6-under 210. Learn more about Virginia529 and this competition at Virginia529 is the official college savings plan of University of Virginia Athletics.

ACC Championships
The Reserve Golf Club
Pawleys Island, S.C.
Par-72, 6,192 yards
Final Results



Team Results 
 1. Duke            284-286-289-859
 2. Florida State   287-292-289-868
 3. Miami           285-301-288-874
 4. North Carolina  287-292-297-876
 5. Clemson         287-292-298-877
 6. NC State        297-289-302-888
 7. Louisville      298-298-294-890
 8. Virginia        304-293-299-896
 9. Boston College  298-299-304-901
 9. Notre Dame      298-297-306-901
11. Virginia Tech   304-308-304-916
12. Wake Forest     312-308-311-931

Individual Leaders 1. Leona Maguire, Duke 68-72-70-210 2. Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest 70-71-71-212 3. Delfina Acosta, Miami 70-75-68-213

Virginia Results 21. Lauren Diaz-Yi 74-72-74-220 28. Morgan Gonzales 75-75-74-224 33. Anna Redding 78-76-73-227 39. Julia Ford 77-73-78-228 54. Maho Hayakawa 84-73-81-238


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