Browns Summit, NC - The No. 12 Virginia women's golf team is in 12th place following the first round of play at the 18-team Bryan National Collegiate in Browns Summit, N.C. Virginia shot 16-over 304 to start the three-day tournament. Tennessee leads the field at 1-under 287.
The Cavaliers were among the tournament leaders until hitting a rough stretch on the back nine. Virginia's four scoring players combined to finish the final five holes at 12-over par.
Freshman Brittany Altomare led the Cavaliers by shooting even par 72. She is tied for 10th place. Calle Nielson is in 30th place at 3-over 75 and Nicole Agnello is 58th at 78. Whitney Neuhauser is 67th at 79 and Lauren Greenlief is one stroke behind her in 76th place. Carly Truitt, playing as a non-scoring individual, also shot 80 on Friday.
Wake Forest's Michelle Shin had the best scorecard, posting a 4-under 68 to hold a one shot lead.
The second round will take place Saturday. Live scoring is online at Golfstat.com.
Bryan National Collegiate
Bryan Park Players Course
Browns Summit, NC
Par-72, 6,323 yards
First Round Results
1. Tennessee 287
2. Wake Forest 289
3. Florida State 291
3. Vanderbilt 291
5. Ohio State 292
6. Duke 293
7. South Carolina 294
8. North Carolina 301
9. Col. of Charleston 302
10. Auburn 303
11. Virginia 304
12. LSU 306
12. Arkansas 306
12. UNC Greensboro 306
15. Louisville 308
16. Northwestern 309
17. NC State 316
18. UNC Wilmington 317
1. Michelle Shin, Wake Forest 68
2. Nathalie Mansson, Tennessee 69
2. Macarena Silva, Florida State 69
4. Katie Burnett, South Carolina 70
4. Cheyenne Woods, Wake Forest 70
6. Marina Alex, Vanderbilt 71
6. Emma Jandel, Ohio State 71
6. Lauren Stratton, Vanderbilt 71
6. Alison Whitaker, Duke 71
10. Brittany Altomare 72
30. Calle Nielson 75
58. Nicole Agnello 78
67. Whitney Neuhauser 79
76. Lauren Greenlief 80
76. Carly Truitt* 80
* Competing as an individual
'Hoos Head Into Finals on High NoteMen's Basketball12/7/16No. 14 Virginia, which defeated East Carolina on Tuesday night, doesn't play again until Dec. 17, when Robert Morris visits JPJ.'Hoos Learn Painful Lessons in LossMen's Basketball12/3/16No. 6 Virginia's 24-game winning streak at John Paul Jones Arena ended Saturday with a 66-57 loss to No. 25 West Virginia.Soccer Teams Turn Attention to 2017Men's Soccer12/2/16The Virginia men's and women's soccer teams are fixtures in their respective NCAA tournaments, and 2017 should bring more success for both.
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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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