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Cavalier Women's Golfers Open Play at Tar Heel Invitational

Portland Rosen

Portland Rosen

Oct. 11, 2013

Chapel Hill, N.C. - The 27th-ranked Virginia women's golf team is in 16th place following the first 18 holes of play at the Tar Heel Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C. Virginia shot 13-over 301 during the opening round.

Virginia was led by Portland Rosen who shot 2-under 70 to finish the day tied for fifth place. Briana Mao was 55th at 76, Elizabeth Brightwell was 65th at 77, Lauren Diaz-Yi was 72nd at 78 and Kaira Martin was 84th with a score of 80. Alex Hershberger, playing as a non-scoring individual, also shot 76 to tie for 55th place.

Vanderbilt leads the field after shooting 3-under 285. The Lady Commodores were led by Antonia Scherer, who shot 5-under 67 to take the first-round lead.

The second round of the tournament is set for Saturday and the final round will be played Sunday.

Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational
UNC Finley Golf Course
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Par-72, 6,379 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. Vanderbilt      285
 2. Duke            286
 3. Auburn          291
 4. Mississippi     292
 4. Oklahoma        292
 6. NC State        293
 7. LSU             295
 8. Arkansas        296
 9. Clemson         297
 9. Wake Forest     297
 9. North Carolina  297
12. Florida         298
13. South Carolina  299
13. Alabama         299
15. Michigan State  300
16. Virginia        301
17. Baylor          304
18. Notre Dame      305

Individual Leaders 1. Antonia Scherer, Vanderbilt 67 2. Ashlan Ramsey, Clemson 68 3. Laetitia Beck, Duke 69 3. Alison Hovatter, Mississippi 69 5. Justine Dreher, South Carolina 70 5. Kendall Martindale Vanderbilt 70 5. Portland Rosen, Virginia 70 5. Gaby Lopez, Arkansas 70 5. Karolina Vickova, Florida 70

Virginia Results 5. Portland Rosen 70 55. Briana Mao 76 55. Alex Hershberger* 76 65. Elizabeth Brightwell 77 72. Lauren Diaz-Yi 78 84. Kaira Martin 80 * Competing as a non-scoring individual




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