WESTON, Fla. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team posted a two-round score of 632 on Monday and is tied for 13th place following the first day of the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge hosted by the University of Louisville.
North Carolina State leads the 14-team field with a 576 score through two rounds, while Texas State at 591, Miami (Fla.) at 594, South Florida at 600, and Southern Mississippi at 606 round out the top five.
Delaware struggled to a 322 team score during its opening round, but responded to improve 12 strokes with its second round score of 310.
Blue Hen freshman Amanda Terzian (at right) opened with a two over par 74 on the par 72, 6,211-yard course at Weston Hills Country Club, before shooting a 79 during her second round of the day. She will enter Tuesday’s third and final round tied for 29th place with a nine over par score of 74-79-153. Freshman Annie Bowlsby carded an 80-76-156 and is tied for 42nd place at 12 over par, while classmate Baralee Theinthong is 67th after she fired an 84-77-161, 17 over par.
Freshman Andrea Slane carded an 84-78-162 and is tied for 68th place at 18 over par, while junior Frida Nilsson is tied for 77th place after posting a 23 over par score of 86-81-167.
Augusta James of North Carolina State leads the individual standings with a six under par 69-69-138, while her teammate Brittany Marchand is three shots back at 70-71-141.
The third and final round of the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge will begin Tuesday at 8:15 a.m. at Weston Hills Country Club.