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Cavaliers Open Landfall Tradition in Sixth Place

Portland Rosen

Oct. 25, 2013

Wilmington, N.C. - The 30th-ranked Virginia women's golf team is tied for sixth place after Friday's opening round of competition at The Landfall Tradition tournament taking place in Wilmington, N.C. The Cavaliers shot 18-over 306 and are tied with Wake Forest. Alabama, ranked 10th, leads the 18-team field at 3-under 285. No. 4 Duke is second at 295.

Portland Rosen led Virginia by shooting 1-over 73 to finish the first day in seventh place. Lauren Coughlin is 25th at 76, Lauren Diaz-Yi is 39th at 78, Briana Mao is 47th at 79 and Elizabeth Brightwell is 60th at 81. Evie Dole, playing as a non-scoring individual, is in 89th place after shooting 87.

Alabama's Stephanie Meadow leads the field after shooting 2-under 70. A total of 12 of the 18 teams competing are ranked in the top-30 of the current Golfstat poll.

The second round of the tournament is scheduled for Saturday and the final round takes place Sunday.

The Landfall Tradition
Wilmington, N.C.
Country Club of Landfall
Par 72, 6,204 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. Alabama         285
 2. Duke            295
 3. South Carolina  300
 4. Arizona         304
 5. North Carolina  305
 6. Virginia        306
 6. Wake Forest     306
 8. Clemson         307
 8. Oklahoma State  307
10. Michigan State  309
11. UNC Wilmington  313
12. Notre Dame      314
13. Purdue          316
13. Ohio State      316
13. Mississippi     316
16. Iowa State      321
17. NC State        323
18. UNC Greensboro  330

Individual Results 1. Stephanie Meadow, Alabama 70 2. Jackie Chang, North Carolina 71 2. Hannah Collier, Alabama 71 2. Katelyn Dambaugh, South Carolina 71 2. Emma Talley, Alabama 71 6. Celine Boutier, Duke 72

Virginia Results 7. Portland Rosen 73 25. Lauren Coughlin 76 39. Lauren Diaz-Yi 78 47. Briana Mao 79 60. Elizabeth Brightwell 81 89. Evie Dole 87


 

 

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