Delaware Women’s Golfers Post Lowest Team Round of Season, Jump To Sixth Place After Second Day of C&F Bank Intercollegiate
March 19, 2012
Day Two Results
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team posted the lowest team round of its inaugural season with a 299 on Monday, jumping to sixth place in the team standings following the second day of the C&F Bank Intercollegiate hosted by William & Mary.
The Blue Hens, whose previous team low was 312 at the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational on Oct. 25, saw all five players shoot in the 70s for the first time in program history. Delaware sat in 11th place entering the day but moved up five spots to sixth with a two-round total of 622. Longwood leads the 21-team field with a 603 score through two rounds, while St. Leo (614), Boston College (617), St. John’s (620), and Lehigh (621) round out the top five.
Blue Hen freshman Andrea Slane (at right) followed her opening round 75 with a career-low 73 on Monday on the par 71, 6,097-yard River Course at Kingsmill Resort. Slane, who posted birdies on the third, 14th, and 15th holes during her round, enters Tuesday’s final round tied for second place in the individual standings with a six over par 75-73-148.
Freshman Amanda Terzian tied her career low round on Monday, carding a three over par 74 while recording birdies on 7, 17 and 18. She ends Monday’s action tied for 16th place with an 11 over par score of 79-74-153. Classmate Annie Bowlsby also tied for the lowest round of her young career, notching birdies on 3, 10 and 15 to finish the day with a five over par 76. She will enter Tuesday’s final round tied for 40th place at 84-76-160, 18 over par.
Junior Frida Nilsson was third Blue Hen to tie her career low round on the day, firing a five over par 76 which included birdies on 2 and 15. Nilsson ends Monday’s action tied for 46th place with a 19 over par 85-76-161. Freshman Baralee Theinthong posted her third lowest round of the year, carding an eight over par 79 while recording a birdie on the 14th hole. Theinthong will enter the tournament’s final round tied for 59th place at 87-79-166, 24 over par.
Kameron Carter of Longwood leads the field with a three over par 71-74-145, while Slane and Kelly Okun of William & Mary are three shots back.
The C&F Bank Intercollegiate concludes on Tuesday with the third and final round.