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UVa Golfers in Seventh Place After 36 Holes at Landfall Tradition

Lauren Coughlin

Oct. 26, 2013

Wilmington, N.C. - The 30th-ranked Virginia women's golf team is tied for seventh place after 36 holes of play at The Landfall Tradition tournament taking place in Wilmington, N.C. The Cavaliers shot 20-over 308 during Saturday's play for a two-day total of 614.

Alabama, ranked No. 10, continues to lead the field at 575 while No. 4 Duke is second at 583. The Crimson Tides' Stephanie Meadow leads stroke play at 3-under 141.

Virginia senior Portland Rosen led the Cavaliers for the second straight round, shooting 4-over 76. She enters Sunday's final round of play in 13th place at 5-over 149.

Lauren Coughlin shot 78 to finish the day in 33rd place at 154. Lauren Diaz-Yi and Briana Mao both posted rounds of 5-over 77. Diaz-Yi is 39th at 155 and Mao is 45th at 156. Elizabeth Brightwell is in 63rd place at 159. Evie Dole, playing as a non-scoring individual, is 89th at 169.

The final round will take place Sunday. Virginia will tee off starting at 8:45 a.m. Live scoring of the tournament is online at

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

Team Results
 1. Alabama         285-290-575
 2. Duke            295-288-583
 3. Clemson         307-291-598
 4. South Carolina  300-299-599
 5. Arizona         304-302-606
 6. Wake Forest     306-303-609
 7. Virginia        306-308-614
 7. Oklahoma State  307-307-614
 9. Michigan State  309-308-617
 9. Ohio State      316-301-617
11. North Carolina  305-313-618
12. Notre Dame      314-305-619
13. Purdue          316-309-625
14. Iowa State      321-306-627
15. UNC Wilmington  313-315-628
15. NC State        323-305-628
17. Mississippi     316-321-637
18. UNC Greensboro  330-332-662

Individual Results 1. Stephanie Meadow, Alabama 70-71-141 2. Ashlan Ramsey, Clemson 74-69-143 2. Yu Liu, Duke 74-69-143 4. Emma Talley, Alabama 71-73-144 4. Katelyn Dambaugh, South Carolina 71-73-144

Virginia Results 13. Portland Rosen 73-76-149 33. Lauren Coughlin 76-78-154 39. Lauren Diaz-Yi 78-77-155 45. Briana Mao 79-77-156 63. Elizabeth Brightwell 81-78-159 89. Evie Dole 87-82-169





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