SOUTHPORT, N.C. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team recorded a 320 team score on Saturday and slipped one spot to seventh place out of 10 teams following the second day of the Colonial Athletic Association Championships.
UNCW took over the top spot with a two-round score of 605, while James Madison sits in second place at 612. Old Dominion and Xavier are tied for third at 613, while Georgia State is fifth at 616.
Blue Hen freshman Amanda Terzian (at right) carded a four over par 76 during her second round on the par 72, 6,066-yard Reserve Club course at St. James Plantation, the lowest of the day by a Blue Hen, to move into a tie for 16th place in the individual standings with a 12 over par 80-76-156. Terzian posted birdies on 12 and 18 during a one over par back nine, before notching six pars during a three over front nine as she finished the day at 39-37-76.
Freshman Annie Bowlsby entered the day tied for ninth place, but fired an 11 over par 83 during Saturday’s round to end the day tied for 20th with a 14 over par score of 75-83-158. Bowlsby began her day with four consecutive pars, before ending the round at 41-42-83.
Freshman Andrea Slane improved by one shot during her round on Saturday, firing a seven over par 79 to end the day tied for 23rd place at 80-79-159, 15 over par. Starting on the back nine, Slane was eight over for the day through 2, but rebounded to close her round with six pars and a birdie on 6 to card a 37-42-79.
Freshman Baralee Theinthong carded a 12 over par 84 during her second round, finishing the day in a tie for 33rd place with a 19 over par 79-84-163. Theinthong posted her lone birdie of the day on 18, recording a 42-42-84 during the round.
Junior Frida Nilsson ended the day in a tie for 42nd place with a 24 over par 86-82-168 after she fired a 10 over par 82 during her second round. Nilsson posted consecutive birdies on 2 and 3 as she finished the day at 39-43-82.
Charlotte Lorentzen of Georgia State fired a three under par 69 on Saturday and holds a three-shot lead with an even par 75-69-144 through two rounds.
The CAA Championships conclude Sunday with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start