PINEHURST, N.C. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team recorded a 325 team score during its final round as the Blue Hens finished in 14th place out of 19 schools on Monday and Tuesday at the Pinehurst Challenge.

Delaware, which fired rounds of 312 and 315 during the tournament’s first day, finished with a three-round total of 952. Richmond captured the team title with an 899 score, while invitational host College of Charleston came in second place at 903. Penn State finished third at 904, Samford was fourth at 916, and Morehead State placed fifth at 917.

UD freshman Vimonthip Benjasupawan (at right) carded an eight over par 80 during her final round on the par 72, 5,983-yard Pinehurst No. 6 course, ending the tournament tied for 31st place in the individual standings with a 17 over par 74-79-80-233.

Blue Hen sophomore Amanda Terzian fired a nine over par 81 during Tuesday’s round, as she finished in a tie for 47th place after her 21 over par 76-80-81-237. Classmate Baralee Theinthong shot a 10 over par 82 on the day to finish tied for 56th place with an 82-75-82-239, 23 over par.

Freshman Nathalie Filler also carded an 82 on Tuesday, ending the tournament with a 31 over par 80-85-82-247 to tie for 82nd place. Sophomore Annie Bowlsby, who fired an 11 over par 83 during her final round, finished in a tie for 85th place after her 33 over par score of 85-81-83-249.

Caroline Lovette of Richmond took home medalist honors with a three over par score of 76-71-72-219.

The Blue Hens are right back in action this weekend as Delaware competes in the UNCW Seahawk Invitational at River Landing Golf Course on Saturday and Sunday.