WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team carded a 307 team score during the second round of the C&F Bank Intercollegiate hosted by William & Mary to finish in seventh place out of 28 teams at the tournament this week.
The Blue Hens posted a 314 team score during Sunday’s first round, before improving by seven strokes in the second to end the invitational with a 621 score. Boston College took the team title with a two-round score of 598, while Richmond finished second at 609. Longwood came in third place at 612, followed by Wofford at 614, Gardner-Webb at 617, Yale at 618, and the Blue Hens. The tournament was scheduled for three rounds, but rain forced Monday’s second round to be suspended. The second round was completed Wednesday morning, with the third and final round getting cancelled.
Blue Hen sophomore Amanda Terzian (at right) was Delaware’s top finisher fo the second consecutive tournament, as she carded a nine over par 78-73-151 on the par 71, 6,097-yard River Course at Kingsmill Resort to finish in a tie for eighth place. Terzian’s second round of 73 tied for the lowest of her career, while her eighth place finish was a career-best as she placed among the top 10 for the third time in her career.
Terzian opened her second round with a bogey, before seven pars and a birdie on eight put her at even par through the front nine. She then recorded birdies on 11 and 17 during her two over par back nine, finishing the round at two over.
UD freshman Nathalie Filler, playing as an individual, carded a 14 over par 74-82-156 at the tournament, finishing in a tie for 29th place. Fellow rookie Vimonthip Benjasupawan improved six strokes from her opening round, also tying for 29th place with an 81-75-156, 14 over par. Benjasupawan fired two birdies during her second round, recording one on the fifth hole before closing her round with a birdie on 18.
Sophomore Annie Bowlsby was the third Blue Hen to finished tied for 29th place, after she recorded a 14 over par score of 73-83-156. Bowlsby also birdied the fifth hole during her second round, and parred six of the final eight holes.
Sophomore Baralee Theinthong fired an 18 over par 82-78-160 to finish in a tie for 56th place at the invitational, and recorded her lone birdie of the second round on the 13th hole. Freshman Kayleigh Reed carded a 22 over par 83-81-164, 22 over par, and she finished in a tie for 74th place, and had birdies on 14 and 17 during her second round. Playing as an individual, senior Frida Nilsson birdied the seventh and 17th holes in her final round, tying for 94th place with a 25 over par 84-83-167.
Vinh-Hoa Ngo of Boston College earned medalist honors with a three over par 145, while Hannah Pierce of Longwood finished two shots back.
The Blue Hens are back in action next Monday and Tuesday when they compete in the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate hosted by Georgia State at Eagle’s Landing Country Club in Stockbridge, Ga.