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Cavalier Golfers Enter Final Round of Cougar Classic in 2nd Place

Charleston, SC The 14th-ranked Virginia women’s golf team enters Tuesday’s final round of play at the Cougar Classic in Charleston, S.C. in second place in the 22-team field. The Cavaliers shot 4-over 292 during the final round, but fell 13 shots behind ninth-ranked Georgia after the Bulldogs posted a team score of 9-under 279 for a two-day total of 567. Alabama, ranked No. 10, is one shot behind UVa at 581.

Virginia junior Whitney Neuhauser (Barboursville, Va.) is tied for second at 4-under 140 after shooting even-par 72 Monday. Georgia’s Mallory Hetzel leads the field at 7-under 137.

Cavalier seniors Jennie Arseneault (Grinnell, Iowa) and Lene Krog (Lier, Norway) are tied for 21st at 2-over 146. Arseneault shot 74 during the second round while Krog posted a 73. Calle Nielson (Nashville, Tenn.) moved up to 32nd by also shooting 73 to have a two-day total of 149. Joy Kim is in 39th place at 150 after shooting 3-over 75 for the second straight day.

Tuesday’s final round features a shotgun start at 8:45 a.m. Live scoring is on the Internet at Golfstat.com.

Cougar Classic
Yeamans Hall Golf Club
Charleston, S.C.
Par-72, 6,159 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
1. Georgia 288-279-567
2. Virginia 288-292-580
3. Alabama 293-288-581
4. South Carolina 290-296-586
5. LSU 297-290-587
6. North Carolina 292-296-588
7. Notre Dame 297-292-589
8. Florida State 292-299-591
9. NC State 291-302-593
9. Furman 301-292-593
11. Col. of Charleston 300-301-601
12. Tulane 303-300-603
12. Tennessee 308-295-603
14. Mississippi State 305-300-605
15. Wisconsin 301-307-608
16. South Florida 304-306-610
17. Maryland 303-308-611
18. Mississippi 307-307-614
19. Miami 308-308-616
20. UNC Greensboro 315-309-624
21. Richmond 310-315-625
22. Charleston Southern 322-306-628

Individual Leaders
1. Mallory Hetzel, Georgia 68-69-137
2. Katie Burnett, South Carolina 70-70-140
2. Whitney Neuhauser, Virginia 68-72-140
2. Marta Silva, Georgia 70-70-140
2. Carolina Westrup, Florida State 69-71-140
6. Sydney Crane, North Caroina 71-71-142
6. Kathleen Ekey, Alabama 71-71-142
6. Jaqueline Hedwall, LSU 71-71-142
6. Camilla Lennarth, Alabama 73-69-142
6. Lisa Maunu, Notre Dame 73-69-142
6. Benedicte Toumpsin, South Carolina 70-72-142
6. Allie White, North Carolina 72-70-142

Virginia Results
2. Whitney Neuhauser 68-72-140
21. Jennie Arseneault 72-74-146
21. Lene Krog 73-73-146
32. Calle Nielson 76-73-149
39. Joy Kim 75-75-150



 

 

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