NEW LONDON, N.C. – Virginia Tech finished with a three-round total of 868 and tied North Carolina for seventh place at the 56th Annual ACC Men’s Golf Championship at the par-72, 7,102-yard Old North State Club at Uwharrie Point in New London, N.C. on Sunday afternoon. The Hokies shot a final round four-over-par 292 on Sunday.
Hokie senior Drew Weaver (High Point, N.C.) shot even-par 72 and finished with a three-day total of six-under-par 210, good for a fifth place individually. Weaver and Lee Bedford of WakeForest trail Matt Hill of NC State and Cameron Tringale of Georgia Tech by two strokes.
Sophomore Marshall Bailey (Fincastle, Va.) shot two-over-par 218 and finished in a tie for 20th place and redshirt junior Matt Boyd (Sugar Land, Texas) shot four-over par 220 and tied for 27th place. Sophomore Garland Green (Tazewell, Va.) finished in 45th place at 224 and freshman Blake Redmond (Sugar Land, Texas) finished in 52nd place at 228. Weaver and Bailey’s even-par 72 were the Hokies’ low rounds of the day.
Georgia Tech won team honors with a three-day total of 846, three strokes ahead of Clemson. Duke was third at 861 and WakeForest and NC State tied for fourth at 865. Maryland was sixth at 866, two strokes ahead of the Hokies and Tar Heels. Virginia was ninth at 869, defending champion FloridaState was 10th at 875 and BostonCollege was 11th at 913.
The Hokies will now wait until Monday, May 4, for the announcement of the field for the NCAA Regionals.
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