STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The University of Delaware women’s golf team posted rounds of 300 and 289 as the Blue Hens ended Saturday’s action in third place at the Penn State Nittany Lion Invitational.

The Blue Hens, whose second round 289 is the lowest single team round in school history, concluded the day in third place out of 14 teams with a two-round total of 589. The host Nittany Lions lead the field with a 574 score, while Maryland sits in second place at 575.

UD sophomore Ariane Klotz fired an even par 74-70-144 on the par 72, 6,341-yard PSU Blue Course, ending the day tied for seventh place. Klotz’s second round 70 tied for the lowest of her career.

Ashley Dingman carded a one over par 73-72-145 and will enter Sunday’s play tied for 10th place, while Isabella Rimton is tied for 24th place with a six over par 77-73-150.

Valentina Mueller fired an eight over par 76-76-152 and is tied for 36th place, while Josefina Fernandez-Davila is tied for 45th place with a 10 over par 80-74-154. Playing as an individual, Kylie Greulich shot a 20 over par 84-80-164 and is tied for 70th place.

Madeline Sager of Seton Hall, Madelein Herr of Penn State, and Laura Van Respaille of Maryland are each tied for first place at two under par.

The final round of the tournament will begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday.

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