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New London, NC The Virginia men’s golf team shot 1-under 287 for the second straight day and finished ninth at the ACC Championships at the Old North State Club in New London, N.C. The Cavaliers shot 1-under 287 during Sunday’s final round for a three-day total of 868. Florida State overtook Duke during the final round to win the tournament with a 54-hole total of 838. The Blue Devils shot 841.

Sunday’s final round was suspended at one point for more than two hours due to severe weather.

Freshman Will Collins was UVa’s top finisher at the tournament. He shot 1-over 217, including a 73 Sunday, to place 26th overall. Steven Rojas turned in UVa’s low round of the event with a 4-under 68 Sunday to climb up to 29th overall at 218. That matched his best 18-hole score for the season.

Greg Carlin finished 34th at 219, including a 77 Sunday. Kyle Stough was 39th at 221 after shooting 72 in the final round. Conrad Von Borsig rounded out the Cavalier scoring at 224 to place 43rd. He shot 74 Sunday.

Wake Forest’s Webb Simpson ran away with medalist honors. He finished first at 14-under 202, five strokes ahead of North Carolina’s Chase MacFarland.

Virginia will host the Cavalier Classic next weekend at Birdwood Golf Course. The 36-hole event will take place on Saturday and Sunday.

Video highlights of the ACC Championship are online at

ACC Championship
Old North State Club
New London, NC
Par-72, 6,315 yards
Final Results

Team Results

1. Florida State 279-279-280-838
2. Duke 279-278-284-841
3. North Carolina 282-285-279-846
4. Georgia Tech 287-285-275-847
5. Wake Forest 284-281-283-848
6. Clemson 284-283-287-854
7. NC State 284-281-293-858
8. Virginia Tech 289-281-294-864
9. Virginia 294-287-287-868
10. Boston College 303-287-296-886
11. Maryland 304-299-303-906

Individual Leaders
1. Webb Simpson, Wake Forest 69-68-66-202
2. Chase MacFarland, North Carolina 69-72-67-207
3. Jonas Blixt, Florida State 70-70-69-208
3. Matthew Savage, Florida State 69-69-71-208
5. Taylor Hall, Georgia Tech 71-70-68-209
6. Drew Kittleson, Florida State 72-68-70-210
6. Kevin O’Connell, North Carolina 70-70-70-210
8. Matt Hill, NC State 67-75-69-211
8. Clark Klaasen, Duke 71-72-68-211
8. Ben Martin, Clemson 73-68-70-211
8. Wes Roach, Duke 70-68-73-211
8. Jurrian van der Vaart, Va. Tech 72-69-70-211

26. Will Collins 75-69-73-217
29. Steven Rojas 73-77-68-218
34. Greg Carlin 71-71-77-219
39. Kyle Stough 75-74-72-221
43. Conrad Von Borsig 77-73-74-224

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