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Redding Leads UVA at Tar Heel Invite with 2-Under 70

Anna Redding

Oct. 13, 2017

Chapel Hill, N.C. - The Virginia women’s golf team shot 10-over 298 during the first round of play at the Tar Heel Invitational and are tied for 12th place with Vanderbilt. Duke leads the field at 5-under 283.

UVA was led by junior Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.), who shot 2-under 70 and is in seventh place after the opening 18 holes. Freshman Beth Lillie (Fullerton, Calif.) and junior Katharine Patrick (Houston, Texas) are tied for 56th place at 3-over 75. Junior Morgan Gonzales is in 75th place at 6-over 78. Sophomore Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) rounded out UVA’s scoring with an 80 and is in 86th position.

Sophomore Kate Harper (Isle of Palm, S.C.), who is competing as an individual, is in 92nd place at 81.

Wake Forest’s Jennifer Kupcho and Louisville’s Molly Skapik lead the field at 6-under 66.

The three-day tournament runs through Sunday.

Tar Heel Invitational
Finley Golf Course
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Par 72, 6,379 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. Duke                   283
 2. South Carolina         284
 3. Alabama                285
 4. NC State               286
 5. Arkansas               288
 5. Louisville             288
 7. North Carolina         289
 7. Wake Forest            289
 9. Ohio State             292
10. Rollins                296
11. Michigan State         297
12. Vanderbilt             298
12. Virginia               298
14. Michigan               299
14. Iowa                   299
16. Tulane                 300
18. UNC Wilmington         303
18. Virginia Tech          304

Individual Leaders 1. Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest 66 1. Molly Skapik, Louisville 66

Virginia Results 7. Anna Redding 70 56. Beth Lillie 75 56. Katharine Patrick 75 75. Morgan Gonzales 78 86. Julia Ford 80 92. Kate Harper * 81 * Competing as a non-scoring individual




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