ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team fired a 301 score on Saturday and sits in second place out of 16 teams following the second day of the James Madison/Eagle Landing Invitational.

The Blue Hens have recorded a two-round total of 592 and enter Sunday’s final round just three shots behind tournament leader Georgia State, which leads the field with a 589 score. Elon is third only one stroke behind Delaware at 593, while Southern Illinois and Samford are tied for fourth place with 596 scores.

Blue Hen sophomore Andi Slane carded a two over par 74 on Saturday on the par 72, 6,208-yard Eagle Landing Golf Club course, and is tied for 10th place in the individual standings with a two over par 72-74-146.

Sophomore Nathalie Filler fired a 74 for the second consecutive day of the tournament, and is tied for 21st place with a four over par score of 74-74-148. Junior Amanda Terzian recorded a three over par 73 on Saturday, and is also tied for 21st with a 73-75-148 score.

Freshman Vitoria Teixeira fired a 79 during her second round, ending the day with a seven over par 72-79-151 to tie for 32nd place. Fellow rookie Grace Chua improved by one shot over her first round by carding a 78 on Saturday, and enters the final day tied for 59th place with a 13 over par 79-78-157.

Playing as an individual, sophomore Vimonthip Benjasupawan posted an 81 on Saturday and is tied for 64th place at 78-81-159, 15 over par.

Cassie Rushing of Southern Illinois holds a one shot lead over two players with her one under par score of 73-70-143.