SOUTHPORT, N.C. -- Blue Hen sophomore Baralee Theinthong is tied for sixth place in the individual standings while the University of Delaware women’s golf team is fifth in the team standings on Saturday following the second day of the 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Championships.
The Blue Hens were in second place out of nine teams after Friday’s opening round, but shot a 331 on Saturday to slip to fifth place with a two-round total of 647. James Madison took the team lead with a 619 score, Richmond and Xavier are tied for second at 630, and UNCW sits in fourth place at 636.
Theinthong (at right) carded an eight over par 80 during her second round on the par 72, 6,066-yard Reserve Course at St. James Plantation, and ended the day tied for sixth place with a 13 over par 77-80-157. She was three over par for the day through six holes, but posted a birdie on seven before two straight pars moved her to two over for the round. She added five pars during her six over par back nine to end her round at eight over.
Freshman Vimonthip Benjasupawan recorded a 10 over par 82 on Saturday, and is tied for ninth place in the standings with a 15 over par score of 77-82-159. Benjasupawan birdied 15 and 17 while adding five pars during her second round of the tournament.
Sophomore Annie Bowlsby carded a 12 over par 84 during her second round, and is tied for 26th place with a two-round score of 81-84-165, 21 over par. Freshman Nathalie Filler, who fired a 13 over par 85 on Saturday, will enter Sunday’s action tied for 29th place at 81-85-166, 22 over par.
Sophomore Amanda Terzian also fired a 13 over par 85 on Saturday, and is tied for 32nd place with a 23 over par score of 82-85-167.
The third and final round of the CAA Championships will begin Sunday at 8 a.m.