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Cavalier Golfers Move up to Fifth at Fall Preview

Nashville, TN - The seventh-ranked Virginia women's golf team shot 2-under 286 Saturday to move up seven spots to fifth place after 36 holes of play at the Mason Rudolph Fall Preview. The Cavaliers enter Sunday's final round tied with Duke at 590. UCLA leads the 18-team field at 579.

Nicole Agnello led the Cavaliers Saturday with a career-best round of 4-under 68. She jumped up to 15th in stroke play at 2-over 146. Brittany Altomare shot 2-under 70 and is in eighth place at 1-over 145. Portland Rosen shot 73 and is 24th at 147. Elizabeth Brightwell is in 70th place at 156 and Lauren Greenlief is 81st at 159. Greenlief shot 75 during the second round while Brightwell carded a 79.

The final round of the tournament takes place Sunday. Live scoring is online at

2011 Mason Rudolph Fall Preview
Vanderbilt Legends Club
Nashville, TN
Par 72 - 6,426 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
1. UCLA 296-283-579
2. Alabama 296-289-585
3. North Carolina 298-290-588
4. Arizona State 293-296-589
5. Duke 304-286-590
5. Virginia 304-286-590
7. Southern California 292-300-592
8. Vanderbilt 296-297-593
9. Texas A&M 303-293-596
9. California 306-290-596
11. Florida 303-296-599
12. LSU 303-300-603
13. Georgia 310-294-604
14. Arizona 298-308-606
15. Tulane 309-300-609
16. Arkansas 304-306-610
17. Tennessee 303-308-611
18. Purdue 313-302-615

Individual Leaders
1. Jennifer Kirby, Alabama 72-66-138
2. Tiffany Lua, UCLA 73-69-142
3. Lauren Stratton, Vanderbilt 72-71-143
3. Justine Lee, Arizona State 71-72-143
5. Emilie Burger, Georgia 75-69-144
5. Sophia Popov, USC 72-72-144
5. Lindy Duncan, Duke 75-69-144

Virginia Results
8. Brittany Altomare 75-70-145
15. Nicole Agnello 78-68-146
24. Portland Rosen 74-73-147
70. Elizabeth Brightwell 77-79-156
81. Lauren Greenlief 84-75-159




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