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Patrick's Final Round Sparks UVA to 3rd at FSU Match-Up

Katharine Patrick
Katharine Patrick

Feb. 10, 2018

Tallahassee, Fla. - The No. 16 Virginia women's golf team posted a tie for third place at the Florida State Match-Up, the team's first tournament of the spring. The Cavaliers shot 6-under 282 during Saturday's final round for a 54-hole total of 9-under 855. UVA's final score and result against par tied for the third best in program history.

No. 7 South Carolina took home the team title by shooting 16-under 848. No. 13 Michigan State was second at 853.

Junior Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) led UVA with a seventh-place showing. She shot 2-under 70 on Saturday and finished at 5-under 211. It was the fifth top-10 performance of her career.

Junior Katharine Patrick (Houston, Texas) posted the best 18-hole score of her career, firing 4-under 68, to move up to 10th place at 2-under 214. It was her best collegiate finish and her best 54-hole score as a Cavalier.

Junior Morgan Gonzales (Chandler, Ariz.) also shot under-par for UVA. She turned in a score of 2-under 70 and ended the tournament 15th at even par 216. That matched her best career tournament score.

Freshman Beth Lillie (Fullerton, Calif.) was 24th at 219 and sophomore Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) was 34th at 223. Senior Lyndsey Hunnell (Troutville, Va.) competed as an individual and finished 60th at 236. Junior Ju Hee Bae also played as an individual and was 64th at 239.

The Cavaliers return to action March 2-4 when they travel to the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate in Hilton Head Island, S.C.



FSU Match-Up
Tallahassee, Fla.
Don Veller Seminole Golf Course
Par 72, 6,212 yards
Final Results

Team Results
 1. South Carolina    273-288-287-848
 2. Michigan State    285-283-285-853
 3. Coastal Carolina  284-284-287-855
 3. Virginia          294-279-282-855
 5. Florida State     293-286-289-868
 6. Missouri          295-288-291-874
 7. Notre Dame        290-290-304-884
 8. Kentucky          291-294-300-885
 9. Texas A&M         296-293-301-890
10. Princeton         303-292-297-892
11. Minnesota         303-290-309-902
12. Columbia          307-309-306-922

Individual Results 1. Ainhoa Olarra, South Carolina 66-69-71-206 2. Amanda Doherty, Florida State 71-69-58-208 3. Sarah Burnham, Michigan State 68-74-67-209 3. Malene Hansen, Coastal Carolina 69-70-70-209 3. Clara Young, Missouri 69-72-68-209

Virginia Results 7. Anna Redding 71-70-70-211 10. Katharine Patrick 77-69-68-214 15. Morgan Gonzales 74-72-70-216 24. Beth Lillie 77-68-74-219 34. Julia Ford 72-74-77-223 60. Lyndsey Hunnell * 80-77-79-236 64. Ju Hee Bae * 79-79-81-239 * Competing as a non-scoring individual


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