SOUTHPORT, N.C. - The University of Richmond Spiders women's golf team carded a first round 294 (+6) to place eighth after the first round of the CAA Championship on Friday. James Madison leads the 10-team field with a score of 294 (+6).
The Spiders were led by three golfers who all sit in a tie for 32nd with first round totals of 81 (+9). Juniors Tracy Martin and Caroline Lovette played consistently on Friday, with each carding scores of 41-40 to shoot their scores.
Sophomore Lauren Conder played very well on the front nine, scoring a 36 on the front and a 45 on the back. All three Richmond golfers are just two shots off of the top-20 after the first day of play.
Junior Courtney Rousse finished just one stroke off her teammates after the first round, placing 38th with a score of 82 (+10). Rounding out the Spiders' effort in the first round was sophomore Danielle Pinder, who sits in a tie for 39th with a total of 83 (+11).
The Richmond Spiders women's golf team will look to make a charge up the leaderboard on Saturday when the team will play the second round of the CAA Championship. Live stats for the second round can be found at RichmondSpiders.com.
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First Round Team Standings
1. James Madison 294 (+6)
2. Old Dominion 299 (+11)
3. UNCW 300 (+12)
4. Xavier 302 (+14)
5. Georgia State 310 (+22)
8. Richmond 325 (+37)