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Tampa, FL – The 28th-ranked Virginia men’s golf team is in fourth place after the first 36 holes of play at the 15-team Gary Koch Intercollegiate taking place in Tampa. The Cavaliers turned in rounds of 6-under 282 and 9-under 279 for a first-day total of 15-under 561. Texas Tech leads the event at 550.

UVa was led by sophomore Ben Kohles who shot 6-under 138. Kohles had rounds of 68 and 70 on the par-72 Old Memorial Golf Club course. Kohles is tied for seventh place and is five shots behind tournament leader Seath Lauer of Florida State.

Will Collins and Kyle Stough are tied for 23rd at 3-under 141. Collins shot 71 and 70 while Stough posted a 74 in the morning and a team-best score of 67 in the afternoon. Amory Davis is in 27th place at 142 and Bruce Woodall is 60th at 148.

The final round takes place Sunday.

Gary Koch Intercollegiate

Par-72, 7,389 yards

Old Memorial Golf Club

Tampa, Fla.

Second Round Results

1. Texas Tech 271-279-550

2. Florida State 274-280-554

3. Florida 277-283-560

4. Virginia 282-279-561

5. Augusta State 286-278-564

5. Georgia Southern 281-283-564

7. LSU 275-293-568

8. North Carolina 281-288-569

9. Mississippi 285-285-570

9. Auburn 290-280-570

11. North Florida 290-281-571

12. Kentucky 288-285-573

13. UAB 287-287-574

14. East Tennessee State 294-283-577

15. South Florida 295-302-597

Individual Leaders

1. Seath Lauer, Florida State 66-67-133

2. John Peterson, LSU 67-67-134

3. Kyle Kopsick, Auburn 72-63-135

4. Niles Floren, Texas Tech 66-70-136

4. Chris Ward, Texas Tech 69-67-136

6. Brian Scherer, Texas Tech 69-68-137

7. Henrik Norlander, August State 71-67-138

7. Brian Belden, Kentucky 69-69-138

7. Ben Kohles, Virginia 68-70-138

7. Brooks Koepka, Florida State 68-70-138

7. Tyson Alexander, Florida 67-71-138

7. Arnoud Vongvanij, Florida 67-71-138

Virginia Results

7. Ben Kohles 68-70-138

23. Will Collins 71-70-141

23. Kyle Stough 74-67-141

27. Amory Davis 70-72-142

60. Bruce Woodall 73-75-148

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