NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The University of Delaware women’s golf squad finished in a tie for third place at the Yale Intercollegiate after Sunday’s final round was canceled due to rain.

The Blue Hens posted rounds of 301 on Friday and 293 on Saturday, as their 594 total is the lowest 36-hole team score in program history. Delaware tied for third place out of 15 teams, as the Blue Hens have now finished in third place or higher in three of their four tournaments this fall.

Stirling captured the team crown with a 580 score, Lamar placed second at 590, and the Blue Hens and Harvard tied for third place.

Ariane Klotz recorded her fourth top 10 individual finish in as many tournaments by tying for ninth place with a five over par 74-73-147 on the par 71, 6,008-yard Course at Yale. Her 147 score is one shot higher than the UD individual record for a 36-hole event.

Isabella Rimton tied for 20th place with an eight over par 70-80-150, while Valentina Mueller and Josefina Fernandez-Davila each carded a nine over par 79-72-151 to tie for 29th place.

Kylie Greulich, playing as an individual, tied for 40th place with an 11 over par 74-79-153, while Ashley Dingman fired a 12 over par 78-76-154 to tie for 46th place.

"It was a good weekend of golf for the team,” Blue Hen head coach Patty Post said. “We played well in round two and were off to a good start in round three, but unfortunately Mother Nature wasn't cooperating today. We look forward to getting back in action at our home event in Rehoboth Beach in two weeks."

Delaware closes its 2017 fall season on Oct. 21-22 when the Blue Hens host the Delaware Invitational at Rehoboth Beach Country Club.

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