Watersound, Fla. –  The Virginia men’s golf team moved up two spots on the leaderboard to eighth place after the second round of play at the Camp Creek Seminole Invitational. The Cavaliers shot 4-over 292 during Monday’s play for a two-day total of 14-over 590. The tournament field consists of 10 ACC teams.

Senior Jimmie Massie (Lynchburg, Va.) led UVA by shooting 2-under 70. He moved up to 17th place overall at even par 144. After opening the day with back-to-back birdies, Massie’s round also included an eagle on the par-5, 518-yard 12th hole. Massie finished his round leading the field in par-5 scoring over two rounds. He had played the Camp Creek’s par-5 holes at 6-under par, a scoring average of 4.25 over two rounds.

Freshman George Duangmanee (Fairfax, Va.) also shot under par, carding a round of 71. After opening with an 84, he moved up to 55th place at 155.

Sophomore Pietro Bovari (Milano, Italy), the Cavaliers’ first-round leader, finished with a score of 74 and dropped back to 26th place at 146. Senior Andrew Orischak (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) shot 80 and is in 53rd place at 154. First-year Chris Fosdick (Middlefield, Conn.) is tied with Duangmanee for 55th place after shooting 77 on Monday.

Freshman Gray Wotnosky (Wake Forest, N.C.), who is competing as an individual, had a score of 74 and improved to 50th place.

During Tuesday’s final round, Virginia will tee off starting at 8:10 a.m. from the 10th hole.

Camp Creek Seminole Invitational
Camp Creek Golf Club
Watersound, FL
Par 72, 7,159 yards
Second Round Results 

Team Results
 1. Wake Forest    282-280-562
 2. Florida State  285-279-564
 3. Clemson        276-288-564
 4. Duke           283-286-569
 5. North Carolina 288-288-576
 6. Georgia Tech   293-290-583
 7. Notre Dame     291-297-588
 8. Virginia       298-292-590
 9. Louisville     295-300-595
10. Virginia Tech  294-307-601

Individual Leaders
1. Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson      64-66-130
2. Peter Fountain North Carolina 68-68-136
3. Michael Brennan, Wake Forest  74-66-140
3. Vincent Norman, Florida State 72-68-140
3. Parker Gillam, Wake Forest    67—73-140
3. Cole Anderson, Florida State  67-73-140

Virginia Results
17. Jimmie Massie     74-70-144
26. Pietro Bovari     72-74-146
50. Grayson Wotnosky* 79-74-153
53. Andrew Orischak   74-80-154
55. George Duangmanee 84-71-155
55. Chris Fosdick     78-77-155
* Competing as an individual