Nov. 4, 2017
San Lucas, Mexico - The No. 21 Virginia women’s golf team shot 7-over 291 during Saturday’s second round of play at the Battle at the Beach at Club Campestre San Jose Golf Club in San Lucas, Mexico. The Cavaliers’ two-day total of 13-over 581 finds them in seventh place entering Sunday’s final round.
Oklahoma leads the 14-team field at 6-under 562.
Sophomore Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) led Virginia with a score of even par 71 to move up to 11th place at 1-over 143. Freshman Beth Lillie (Fullerton, Calif.) shot 2-over 73 and dropped back to 17th place at 144. Junior Anna Redding (Concord, N.C.) also carded a second-round score of 73 and is in 25th place at 145.
UVA junior Morgan Gonzales (Chandler, Ariz.) posted a round of 74 and improved to 42nd at 149 while junior Katharine Patrick (Houston, Texas) shot 75 for the second consecutive day and is in 48th place at 150.
Sophomore Jue Hee Bae (Chantilly, Va.), who is competing as a non-scoring individual, is in 66th place at 155. She shot 76 on Saturday.
Wake Forest’s Jennifer Kupcho carries a one-shot lead into the final round with a two-day total of 5-under 137.
Battle at the Beach
Club Campestre San Jose Golf Club
San Lucas, Mexico
Par 71, 6,360 yards
Second Round Results
1. Oklahoma 281-281-562
2. Texas 286-281-567
2. UCLA 282-285-567
4. Baylor 290-285-575
5. Auburn 288-292-580
5. Houston 283-297-580
7. Virginia 290-291-581
8. Wake Forest 290-296-586
9. Vanderbilt 299-290-589
10. Mississippi State 296-296-592
11. North Carolina 294-300-594
12. TCU 296-299-595
13. Ohio State 301-298-599
14. Tulane 302-298-600
Individual Leaders 1. Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest 67-70-137 2. Lilia Vu, UCLA 69-69-138 1. Leonie Harm, Houston 67-71-138 2. Sophia Schubert, Texas 70-68-138
11. Julia Ford 72-71-143
17. Beth Lillie 71-73-144
25. Anna Redding 72-73-145
42. Morgan Gonzales 75-74-149
48. Katharine Patrick 75-75-150
66. Ju Hee Bae * 79-76-155
* Competing as an individual
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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