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Virginia Men’s Golf | UVA Moves Up to Sixth at Puerto Rico Classic

Virginia Men's Golf | UVA Moves Up to Sixth at Puerto Rico Classic

RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico. – The No. 13 Virginia men’s golf team improved on its first-round score by seven shots to move up to a tie for sixth place after the second round at the Puerto Rico Classic. The Cavaliers shot 13-under 275 on Monday at Grand Reserve Golf Club for a two-day total of 19-under 557. UVA is tied with Oklahoma on the leaderboard. Georgia holds the overall lead heading into Tuesday’s final round at 33-under 543.

Bryan Lee led the UVA charge by shooting 6-under 66. His day featured seven birdies and one bogey. Lee moved up to 20th place at 6-under 138. The Cavaliers’ overall leader is Ben James in 10th place. He shot 5-under 67 and is at 8-under par 136.

Chris Fosdick shot 1-under 71 and dropped back to 35th place at 4-under 140. Josh Duangmanee and Paul Chang are tied for 70th at 2-over 146. Duangmanee posted a second-round score of 71 while Chang shot 74. Deven Patel, competing as an individual is in 51st place at 2-under 142. He shot 1-under 71 for the second consecutive day.

Tuesday’s final round gets underway at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start. UVA will be paired with Iowa and Ole Miss during the final 18 holes.

Live scoring of the tournament is online at

Puerto Rico Classic
Grand Reserve Golf Club
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Par 72, 7,506 yards
Second-Round Results

Team Results
 1. Georgia             275-268-543
 2. North Florida       271-274-545
 3. Tennessee           272-274-546
 4. Purdue              280-273-553
 5. Minnesota           281-274-555
 6. Oklahoma            276-281-557
 6. Virginia            282-275-557
 8. Iowa                274-284-558
 9. Ole Miss            285-274-559
10. East Tennessee St.  279-283-562
11. Ohio State          280-283-562
12. Wisconsin           281-283-564
13. South Carolina      286-284-570
14. Col. of Charleston  284-288-572
15. Marquette           287-289-576 

Individual Leaders
1. Nels Surtani, Purdue           67-65-132
2. Noah Kent, Iowa                63-70-133
3. Ben Warian, Minnesota          66-68-134 

Virginia Results
10. Ben James         69-67-136
20. Bryan Lee         72-66-138
35. Chris Fosdick     69-71-140
70. Josh Duangmanee   75-71-146
70. Paul Chang        72-74-146
51. Deven Patel*      71-71-142
* Competing as an individual



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