DOVE CANYON, Calif. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team shot a 330 in the first round before responding with a 313 in the second round as the Blue Hens sit in 13 place on Monday following the first day of the Anteater Invitational hosted by UC Irvine.

The Blue Hens finished the day with a two-round score of 643 to finish 13th out of 15 teams following the first day of the tournament. Washington State leads the field with a 596 score, while BYU is second at 598 and Cal State Fullerton is third with a 607 score.

Blue Hen freshman Amanda Terzian (at right) is tied for 16th place in the individual standings after carding a nine over par 78-73-151 on the par 71, 5,911-yard course at Dove Canyon Golf Club. Her second round score of 73, just two over par, is the lowest round of her rookie season.

Fellow freshman Andrea Slane is tied for 57th place with a 21 over par score of 83-80-163, while classmate Annie Bowlsby is tied for 62nd place after she posted an 82-83-165, 23 over par.

Junior Frida Nilsson sits in a tie for 68th place with a 26 over par score of 87-81-168, while freshman Baralee Theinthong carded a 27 over par 90-79-169 to finish the day in 73rd place.

Amelia Ek of UC Riverside and Lindsay Harmon of Washington State are tied for the individual lead after each player finished the day at three over par.

The Anteater Invitational concludes Tuesday with a single round at Dove Canyon Golf Club.