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Cavalier Women's Golfers Open Play at Landfall Tradition

Wilmington, NC - The Virginia women's golf team is in 17th place after the opening 18 holes of play at The Landfall Tradition taking place in Wilmington, N.C. The Cavaliers posted a score of 33-over 321 in the breezy, cool conditions. Auburn leads the field at 9-over 297.

The Cavaliers were led by junior Nicole Agnello's 3-over 75 which put her in eighth place after the first day of play. Brittany Altomare is 53rd at 80, Elizabeth Brightwell is 66th at 81, Portland Rosen is 82nd at 85 and Kaira Martin is 87th with an 87.

Purdue's Paula Reto leads the field at 1-under 71. Only one other player, Auburn's Victoria Trapani, managed to shoot par Friday.

The second round of the event takes place Saturday and the final round is scheduled for Sunday. Live scoring is online at Golfstat.com.

The Landfall Tradition
Country Club of Landfall
Wilmington, NC
Par 72, 6,208 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
 1. Auburn          297
 2. Purdue          304
 3. Notre Dame      306
 3. North Carolina  306
 5. South Carolina  307
 6. Ohio State      308
 7. Chattanooga     309
 8. Wake Forest     311
 8. NC State        311
10. Michigan State  312
11. Duke            314
12. Iowa State      315
12. Florida State   315
12. Mississippi     315
15. Tulane          317
16. Northwestern    320
17. Virginia        321
18. UNC Wilmington  322

Individual Leaders
1. Paula Reto, Purdue              71
2. Victoria Trapani, Auburn        72
3. Marion Duvernay, Chattanooga    73
3. Caroline Powers, Michigan State 73
3. Carlie Yadliczky, Auburn        73

Virginia Results
 8. Nicole Agnello       75
53. Brittany Altomare    80
66. Elizabeth Brightwell 81
82. Portland Rosen       85
87. Kaira Martin         87



 

 

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