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Cavaliers Complete Second Round of NCAA Regional in Fifth Place

Briana Mao

May 9, 2014

Tallahassee, Fla. - The 20th-ranked Virginia women's golf team is in fifth place entering Saturday's final round of competition at the NCAA East Regional taking place in Tallahassee, Fla. The top eight teams from the 24-team field advance to the NCAA Championships.

Virginia shot 4-over 292 during Friday's play for a 36-hole total of 1-under 575. No. 12 Vanderbilt leads the field at 10-under 566 while No. 2 Duke is second at 572. No. 34 Tulane is tied with No. 5 South Carolina for third place at 574, one stroke ahead of the Cavaliers.

Junior Briana Mao (Folsom, Calif.) led the Cavaliers during the second round by shooting 1-under 71. She was one of just 12 players in the field to break par in the windy conditions. Mao improved to 27th place with a two-day total of 1-under 143. Sophomore Lauren Coughlin (Chesapeake, Va.) enters the final round with UVa's best score. She posted a 72 Friday to move into eighth place at 142.

Elizabeth Brightwell (Nellysford, Va.) and Lauren Diaz-Yi (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) are tied for 27th place at 1-over 145. Brightwell shot 74 during the second round while Diaz-Yi finished with a 75. Senior Portland Rosen (Sugar Land, Texas) is in 109th place at 157.

In the race for medalist honors, Stanford's Mariah Stackhouse moved into first place with a two-day total of 5-under 139. Duke's Celine Boutier and Sandy Choi are tied for second at 140.

Virginia will start its final round Saturday at 8:51 a.m. from the No. 10 tee. The Cavaliers will be paired with South Carolina and Stanford. According to tournament results through the first 36 holes, seven of the toughest playing holes at the SouthWood Golf Club are on the back nine.



NCAA East Regional
Tallahassee, Fla.
SouthWood Golf Course
Par 72, 6,257 yards
Second Round Results
Team Results
 1. Vanderbilt           277-289-566
 2. Duke                 284-288-572
 3. Tulane               280-294-574
 3. South Carolina       291-283-574
 5. Virginia             283-292-575
 6. Stanford             291-286-577
 7. NC State             286-294-580
 8. Campbell             291-290-581
 9. Florida State        290-295-585
10. Pepperdine           290-297-587
11. Texas State          289-299-588
12. East Tennessee State 289-300-589
13. UCF                  289-303-592
13. East Carolina        297-295-592
15. Georgia              298-296-594
15. Auburn               293-301-594
17. Louisville           295-301-596
18. Baylor               296-300-597
19. Kentucky             295-304-599
20. Seton Hall           302-301-603
21. Troy                 295-308-604
22. Col. of Charleston   299-308-607
23. Murray State         307-316-623
24. Alabama State        315-314-629

Individual Results 1. Mariah Stackhouse, Stanford 68-71-139 2. Celine Boutier, Duke 67-73-140 2. Sandy Choi, Duke 72-68-140 4. Matilda Castren, Florida State 69-72-141 4. Simin Feng, Vanderbilt 68-73-141 4. Jenny Hahn, Vanderbilt 68-73-141 4. Grace Na, Pepperdine 69-72-141

Virginia Results 8. Lauren Coughlin 70-72-142 15. Briana Mao 72-71-143 27. Elizabeth Brightwell 71-74-145 27. Lauren Diaz-Yi 70-75-145 109. Portland Rosen 80-77-157


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