Feb. 10, 2013
Sorrento, Fla. - The 18th-ranked Virginia women's golf team is tied for 10th place following the opening round of play at the UCF Challenge taking place in Sorrento, Fla., at the Redtail Golf Club. Virginia shot 8-over 296 during its first round of the spring season at the 18-team tournament, which runs through Tuesday.
Redshirt freshman Lauren Coughlin (Chesapeake, Va.), playing in her first collegiate tournament, shot 3-under 69 to tie for fourth place after the first round. Coughlin is competing as an individual and her results do not factor into UVa's team scoring.
Coughlin shot par on each of her first nine holes, posted consecutive birdies on holes 10, 11 and 12, and then finished out her round with six more pars.
Sophomore Briana Mao led the Cavaliers competing in the team portion of the tournament with a 2-under 70. That was one stroke better than her previous best single-round score. Mao finished the first day in eighth place.
South Carolina grabbed the tournament's early lead at 4-unde 284. North Carolina and UCF are tied for second at 287. Augusta State teammates Natalie Wille and Casey Kennedy are tied for first place at 5-under 67.
The Cavaliers start their second round at 10:09 a.m. Monday from the 10th tee while paired with Ole Miss and South Florida.
Redtail Golf Club
Par-72, 6,374 yards
First Round Results
1. South Carolina 284
2. North Carolina 287
2. UCF 287
2. Augusta State 287
5. Tulane 288
6. East Carolina 289
7. Kennesaw State 292
8. Miami 293
8. Texas State 293
10. Mississippi 296
10. Virginia 296
12. South Florida 297
13. Louisville 299
13. Col. of Charleston 299
15. Missouri 300
16. Coastal Carolina 302
17. Georgia State 304
18. Oregon State 305
Individual Leaders 1. Natalie Wille, Augusta State 67 1. Casey Kennedy, Auguast State 67 3. Justine Dreher, South Carolina 68 4. Ines Lescudier, Kennesaw State 69 4. Leticia Ras-Anderica, Miami 69 4. Robyn Doig, UCF 69 4. Lauren Coughlin*, Virginia 69
'Hoos Learn Painful Lessons in LossMen's Basketball12/3/16No. 6 Virginia's 24-game winning streak at John Paul Jones Arena ended Saturday with a 66-57 loss to No. 25 West Virginia.Soccer Teams Turn Attention to 2017Men's Soccer12/2/16The Virginia men's and women's soccer teams are fixtures in their respective NCAA tournaments, and 2017 should bring more success for both.Home-Court Advantage Proves Pivotal AgainMen's Basketball12/1/16No. 6 Virginia, which hosts No. 25 West Virginia on Saturday afternoon, has won 24 straight games at John Paul Jones Arena.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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