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​Men’s golf places eighth at ACC Tournament

The Virginia men’s golf team tied for eighth place at the ACC Tournament, hosted this past weekend at the Old North State Club in New London, N.C. The Cavaliers struggled to keep pace with some of the top programs in the nation over the course of the weekend, suffering final round setbacks to post a team total of 6-over 870.

Men’s golf prepares for ACC Tournament

The Virginia men’s golf team will begin postseason play when they participate in the ACC Tournament starting Friday at the Old North State Club in New London, N.C.

Women's golf wins ACC Championship, rides emotional high

It’s tough to top the feeling of closing out your senior season by winning back-to-back ACC Championships. It’s even tougher to top winning the individual title on the 54th hole at that same tournament. Virginia senior Lauren Coughlin may be the only one ever to experience something that trumps both of those by a longshot in the same hour.

Men’s golf takes third at Wolfpack Invitational

Virginia men’s golf wrapped up their spring season with a third-place finish this past weekend at the Wolfpack Invitational in Raleigh, completing a sweep of top-five finishes in each of the team’s five spring tournaments.

​Women’s golf defends ACC title

When it comes to ACC women’s golf, it’s all about the Cavaliers. The Virginia women’s golf team defended its title at the ACC Tournament this past weekend in Greensboro, N.C., grabbing first place for the second consecutive year. In addition to the team’s first, senior Lauren Coughlin was crowned individual champion of the field of 60 in the 54-hole tournament.

​Derek Bard misses cut at Masters

Virginia junior golfer Derek Bard missed the cut at the Masters after shooting a 5-over 77 in Friday’s second round. With his first round score of 4-over 76, Bard finished the two rounds at 9-over par, three shots behind the cut, which was 6-over.

​Bard shoots 4-over 76 in first round of Masters

Bard — a junior Foreign Affairs major — qualified for the tournament after finishing second at the 2015 U.S. Amateur Championship, and is the first Virginia golfer to take part in the event since Steve Marino did so in 2011.

​Virginia golfer prepares for the Masters

Derek Bard had two dreams as a young golfer: to play professionally on the PGA Tour, and to play in the Masters. One of those dreams will come true on Thursday when Bard graces the first tee box at Augusta National for the 80th Masters Tournament, the most prestigious golf event in the world.