STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf squad recorded its lowest team score of the tournament with a 327 on Tuesday as the Blue Hens finished in 11th place at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate hosted by Georgia State.
Delaware, which recorded 336 and 329 team scores on Monday, finished 11th out of 14 teams with a three-round total of 992. Kent State captured the team title with a 931 score, while Old Dominion finished in second place at 942. James Madison and Georgia State tied for third at 945, while Samford rounded out the top five with a 960 score.
UD sophomore Baralee Theinthong carded an 11 over par 83 on the par 72, 6,139-yard course at Eagle’s Landing Country Club, finishing in a tie for 26th place with a 25 over par 76-82-83-241. Theinthong recorded birdies on the third, sixth and ninth holes on Tuesday, while also adding four pars.
Fellow sophomore Amanda Terzian (at right) was the lone Blue Hen in the 70s on Tuesday after carding a six over par 78 during her final round. Terzian, who finished tied for 40th with a 31 over par 91-78-78-247, birdied the second hole on Tuesday to go with 13 pars.
Senior Frida Nilsson, playing as an individual, carded her third consecutive round of 85 to finish 62nd with a 39 over par 85-85-85-255. Nilsson recorded a birdie on 17 and posted seven pars during her final round.
Freshman Vimonthip Benjasupawan fired an 11 over par 83 on Tuesday, finishing in 63rd place with an 87-86-83-256, 40 over par. Benjasupawan carded consecutive birdies on the sixth and seventh holes in her final round while adding five pars on the day.
Freshman Nathalie Filler also carded an 83 in her final round to end the tournament with a 42 over par 92-83-83-258 and finish in 65th place. Sophomore Annie Bowlsby, who recorded an 88 on Tuesday, finished in a tie for 66th place with a 43 over par score of 892-89-88-259.
Kimberley Bradbury of Old Dominion earned medalist honors at the invitational with a seven over par 73-73-77-223.
The Blue Hens are back in action on Apr. 1-2 when they compete in the Pinehurst Challenge in Pinehurst, N.C.