Story Links

Oct. 24, 2006

Franklin, TN – The Virginia men’s golf team could not maintain the hot play it showed during Monday’s second round at Vanderbilt’s Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate and finished 11th overall. The Cavaliers shot 15-over 303 Tuesday for a three-day total of 909. Mississippi carded a two-over 290 during Tuesday’s final round of play to take the team championship of the 54-hole event at 876.

After shooting 312 in the first round, the Cavaliers shot 294 Monday to move up into 10th place overall. Conrad Von Borsig led UVa with a 12th-place finish at 5-over 221. He shot 75 Tuesday. It was the second straight tournament von Borsig led the Cavaliers in scoring and the third time this fall.

Kyle Stough was second for Virginia at 229 to place 42nd. He had a 76 in the final round. Eamonn McLoughlin’s final round 79 dropped him to 47th overall at 230. Greg Carlin tied von Borsig for UVa’s best score Tuesday with a 75 to place 50th at 231. Preston Yates was 67th overall at 237.

Mississippi finished eight strokes ahead of co-runners-up Vanderbilt and North Florida. UT-Chattanooga captured fourth place after shooting the tournament’s only under-par round on Tuesday. Memphis, Rice and Toledo rounded out the top half of the 14-team field.

There were co-medalists in the individual competition, as Silas Sutton of Mercer and Kyle Peterman of Memphis tied at three-under. Sutton shot identical rounds of one-under 71 on all three days, while Peterman rebounded from a slow start to shoot the low rounds on Monday and Tuesday (70 and 66, respectively). Vanderbilt’s Luke List, the defending champion and day two leader, finished in a tie for third.

The Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate was Virginia’s final match of the fall season. The Cavaliers open the spring portion of their schedule March 4-6 at Florida State’s Seminole Intercollegiate.

Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate
Vanderbilt Legends Club – Ironhorse Course
Franklin, Tenn.
Par 72, 7,190 yards
Final Results

Team Results

1. Mississippi 290-296-290-876 2. North Florida 298-292-294-884 2. Vanderbilt 290-297-297-884 4. UT-Chattanooga 293-308-285-886 5. Memphis 301-298-289-888 6. Rice 294-300-296-890 7. Toledo 304-299-293-896 8. Middle Tenn. State 300-298-299-897 9. Mississippi State 303-299-299-90110. Mercer 303-307-296-90611. Virginia 312-294-303-90912. Arkansas State 300-307-307-91413. Furman 302-312-302-91514. Col. of Charleston 309-308-305-922

Individual Leaders1. Silas Sutton, Mercer 71-71-71-2131. Kyle Peterman, Memphis 77-66-70-2133. Luke List, Vanderbilt 73-68-74-2153. Chas Narramore, MTSU 74-69-72-2155. Jon Curran, Vanderbilt 70-73-73-2165. Kaz Hoffman, Rice 71-71-74-2165. Callum Macaulay, Mississippi 72-71-73-2168. Brice Bailey, Mississippi 71-75-73-2199. Will Roebuck, Mississippi 73-75-72-2209. Will Little, Arkansas State 72-75-73-2209. J.C. Horne, North Florida 78-72-70-220

Virginia Results12. Conrad Von Borsig 75-71-75-22142. Kyle Stough 77-76-76-22947. Eamonn McLoughlin 79-72-79-23050. Greg Carlin 81-75-75-23167. Preston Yates 82-78-77-237

Print Friendly Version