Hokies Tied for Seventh at ACC Golf
Second round suspended due to weather
April 22, 2006 NEW LONDON, N.C. - Rain and adverse weather conditions forced the suspension of the second round of the ACC Men's Golf Championship at the 7,108 yard, par 72 Old North State Club at Uwharrie Point in New London, N.C. on Saturday evening. Virginia Tech is tied for seventh place at the point of suspension. Junior Ryan Sypniewski (Radford, Va.) is currently tied for 15th place in the tournament. He is two-under-par for the tournament and three-under-par through 16 holes of the second round. David May of Clemson leads the event at seven-under-par. Sophomores Jurrian van der Vaart (Almelo, the Netherlands) and Nick MacDonald (Harare, Zimbabwe) are tied for 21st place at even-par. Junior Carl Wakely (Cardiff, Wales) is tied for 45th at six-over-par and freshman Drew Weaver (High Point, N.C.) is tied for 47th at seven-over-par. Wakely is the only Hokie to finish his second round, shooting even-par 72. Clemson leads the tournament at 20-under-par, one stroke ahead of Georgia Tech and three strokes ahead of North Carolina. Florida State and Maryland are tied for fourth at five-under-par and North Carolina State is in sixth place at three-under-par, five strokes ahead of the Hokies and Wake Forest. Duke is ninth at four-over-par, Virginia is 10th at seven-over-par and Boston College is in 11th place at 37-over-par. The second round will be completed on Sunday morning, prior to the final round. Play will begin at 10 a.m. Virginia and Boston College have finished their second rounds. Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and Duke are on their final three holes of the second round.