SOUTHPORT, N.C. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team concluded its 2012-13 season this weekend as the Blue Hens finished in fifth place out of nine teams at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships.
James Madison won the conference title with a three-round score of 942, while UNCW placed second at 950. Delaware carded a 328 score during Sunday’s final round and ended up fifth with a 975 weekend total, as the Blue Hens improved two spots from last season’s seventh place finish at the league tournament.
Blue Hen freshman Nathalie Filler (at right) carded a seven over par 79 on Sunday, tied for her second lowest round of the spring, on the par 72, 6,066-yard Reserve Course at St. James Plantation to finish in a tie for 17th place in the individual standings with a 29 over par 81-85-79-245. Filler birdied the sixth and ninth holes during her two over par front nine, before adding five pars in her seven over back nine.
Sophomore Baralee Theinthong was among the top 10 for most of the weekend, but shot a 16 over par 88 during her final round to also tie for 17th place with a 29 over par score of 77-80-88-245.
Freshman Vimonthip Benjasupawan ended in a tie for 21st place after carding a 15 over par 87 on Sunday, as she finished at 77-82-87-246, 30 over par. Sophomore Amanda Terzian tied Filler for the lowest round of the day by a Blue Hen with her seven over par 79, and also tied for 21st place with a 30 over par score of 82-85-79-246. Terzian posted seven pars during her two over front nine on Sunday, while she added a birdie on 14 on the back nine.
Sophomore Annie Bowlsby, who carded an 11 over par 83 during her final round, finished in 26th place at the tournament with a 32 over par 81-84-83-248.
Shabril Brewer of James Madison was the conference individual champion as she posted a five-shot victory after carding a nine over par 76-68-81-225 during the weekend.
The CAA Championships conclude the second season in Blue Hen women’s golf history, as Delaware recorded its sixth top-10 finish and its third top-five finish of the campaign.