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Cavaliers Open Play at Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

March 3, 2017

Hilton Head Island, S.C. - The Virginia women’s golf team struggled during the opening round of play at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate in Hilton Head, S.C. The Cavaliers shot 320 and are in 17th place. Alabama fired 2-under 282 to lead the field.

Virginia was led by sophomore Morgan Gonzales (Chandler, Ariz.), who posted the Cavaliers’ best score at 4-over 75. She finished the day in 44th place. Sophomore Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) is in 72nd place at 78 while sophomore Katharine Patrick (Houston, Texas) is 86th at 83. Freshman Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) and junior Maho Hayakawa (Lake Mary, Fla.) are tied for 88th at 84. Ju Hee Bae (Chantilly, Va.) is in 90th place with an 89 while competing as an individual.

The second round of the 54-hole tournament takes place Saturday. Live scoring is online at

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate
Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Long Cove Club
Par 71, 6,218 yards
Firsst Round Results

Team Results
 1. Alabama              282
 2. Duke                 286
 3. Arizona State        288
 4. South Carolina       289  
 5. Baylor               291
 6. Georgia              292
 7. Tennessee            293
 8. Vanderbilt           294
 9. North Carolina       296
 9. Oklahoma State       296
 9. Wake Forest          296
 9. LSU                  296
13. Furman               297
14. Auburn               299
15. Arkansas             302
16. Mississippi State    306
17. Virginia             320

Individual Leaders 1. Kristen Gillman, Alabama 68 1. Cheyenne Knight, Alabama 68 1. Sophia Zeeb, Arizona State 68 1. Gurbani Singh, Duke 68

Virginia Results 44. Morgan Gonzales 75 72. Anna Redding 78 86. Katharine Patrick 83 88. Julia Ford 84 88. Maho Hayakawa 84 90. Ju Hee Bae * 89




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