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Gonzales’ 72 Leads Hoos at Rucker Intercollegiate

Morgan Gonzales

March 4, 2017

Hilton Head Island, S.C. - The Virginia women’s golf team improved on its first round score at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate by posting a second-round effort that was a 14-shot improvement. UVA shot 22-over 306 Saturday at Long Cove Club in Hilton Head Island, S.C., and the Cavaliers’ two-round total stands at 626. UVA remained in 17th place following the second round.

No. 18 Duke and No. 5 Alabama share the overall lead at 573.

For the second consecutive day, sophomore Morgan Gonzales (Chandler, Ariz.) led UVA in scoring. She shot 1-over 72 and moved up to 22nd place at 147. Sophomore Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) shot 6-over 77 and moved to 65th place at 155. Freshman Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) posted a second-round score of 78 and is in 83rd place at 162.

Junior Maho Hayakawa (Lake Mary, Fla.) is in 86th place at 163 and while sophomore Katharine Patrick (Houston, Texas) is 87th at 164. Hayakawa carded a second-round score of 79 while Patrick shot 81. Ju Hee Bae (Chantilly, Va.) is in 89th place at 169 while competing as an individual.

The tournament wraps up Sunday.

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

Team Results
 1. Alabama              282-291-573
 1. Duke                 286-287-573
 3. Arizona State        288-288-576
 4. South Carolina       289-291-580
 5. Baylor               291-296-587
 5. Georgia              292-295-587
 7. Furman               297-295-592
 8. Tennessee            293-301-594
 9. North Carolina       296-300-596
 9. Vanderbilt           294-302-596
11. Oklahoma State       296-302-598
12. Arkansas             302-297-599
13. Auburn               299-301-600
14. Wake Forest          296-305-601
15. LSU                  296-309-605
16. Mississippi State    306-310-616
17. Virginia             320-306-626
Individual Leaders
1. Kristen Gillman, Alabama     68-71-139
2. Linnea Strom, Arizona State  70-70-140
2. Cheyenne Knight, Alabama     68-72-140
4. Sophia Zeeb, Arizona State   68-73-141

Virginia Results 22. Morgan Gonzales 75-72-147 65. Anna Redding 78-77-155 83. Julia Ford 84-78-162 86. Maho Hayakawa 84-79-163 87. Katharine Patrick 83-81-164 89. Ju Hee Bae * 89-80-169




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