Blue Hen Women’s Golfers Remain in Ninth Place After Second Day of FIU Pat Bradley Invitational
October 22, 2012
photo courtesy of Mark Campbell
Day Two Results
LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf team recorded a 316 team score on Monday and remains in ninth place out of 14 squads following the second day of the 35th Annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational.
Host Florida International continues to lead the team standings with a two-round score of 590, while Boston College is second at 605 and Cincinnati sits in third place at 606. The Blue Hens, who posted a 315 score during Sunday’s opening round, are ninth with a two-round score of 631.
Blue Hen sophomore Annie Bowlsby fired a nine over par 81 on Monday on the par 72, 6,261-yard Cypress Links course at Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club, and is tied for 29th place in the individual standings with a 12 over par score of 75-81-156. Bowlsby recorded 10 pars during her second round, in which she shot a 40 on the front nine and 41 on the back nine.
Fellow sophomore Baralee Theinthong (at right) tied for the best round of the day by a Blue Hen, as she carded a six over par 78 to move into a tie for 36th place with a 14 over par score of 80-78-158. Theinthong recorded birdies on the sixth and 16th holes during her second round, which featured a 39 on both the front nine and back nine.
UD freshman Vimonthip Benjasupawan fired a seven over par 79 on Monday, and will enter Tuesday’s action tied for 39th place at 80-79-159, 15 over par. Starting on the 12th hole, Benjasupawan birdied 13 and 18 as she was just one over through the first hole, before two double consecutive double bogeys and a bogey on seven dropped her to six over for the day.
Sophomore Andrea Slane tied Theinthong for UD’s best round on Monday with a six over par 78, also moving into a tie for 39th place with a 15 over par score fo 81-78-159. Slane, who birdied the eighth hole, was eight over for the day before closing her round with birdies on 12 and 13.
Blue Hen senior Frida Nilsson carded a 13 over par 85 during her second round, ending the day in a tie for 58th place at 80-85-165, 21 over par. Nilsson had nine pars on Monday, which featured a front nine of 43 and a back nine of 42.
Mary Dawson of Daytona State set a tournament record with a 67 on Monday, moving into first place with an even par 77-67-144. Sophie Godley of Florida International is one shot behind, while two players are two shots back.
The third and final round of the invitational begins on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Back To Women's Golf Home Women's Golf Story Archive