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UD senior Amanda Terzian will lead the Blue Hens at five tournaments this fall.
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Blue Hen Women’s Golf Team To Compete in Five Fall Tournaments, Will Again Host University of Delaware Invitational

Courtesy: Delaware Athletics
Release: 07/01/2014
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NEWARK, Del. -- The Blue Hen women’s golf team will compete in five tournaments and will again host the University of Delaware Invitational in Rehoboth Beach as UD announced its 2014 fall schedule on Tuesday.

For the fourth consecutive season the Blue Hens open their fall slate at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational at Hillendale Golf Course in Phoenix, Md. on Sept. 8-9. Delaware then takes a month off before competing in the Diane Thomason Invitational hosted by the University of Iowa on Oct. 4-5 at Finkbine Golf Course.

Two weeks later the Blue Hens head north to again participate in the Princeton Invitational at Springdale Golf Course on Oct. 18-19. The following weekend UD will look to defend its team title at the second annual University of Delaware Invitational held on Oct. 25-26 at Rehoboth Beach Country Club.

The Blue Hens wrap up their fall campaign on Nov. 2-4 when they head to Lakewood Ranch, Fla. to again compete in the Florida International/Pat Bradley Invitational.

Delaware, led by fourth-year head coach Patty Post, produced an outstanding 2013-14 season in which the Blue Hens finished among the top five in all but one tournament. UD claimed team titles at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational, Rutgers Invitational and Delaware Invitational, and capped its year by tying for second place at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships.

The Blue Hens will be led by senior Amanda Terzian, a second team All-CAA selection a year ago who led UD with a 76.46 average round. Terzian, the team’s Most Valuable Player, was Delaware’s top finisher in four tournaments and was selected to the CAA All-Tournament Team. Andi Slane finished second on the team by averaging 76.71 shots per round, while Grace Chua posted a 77.92 average round during her freshman season.
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