SOUTHPORT, N.C. - The University of Richmond Spiders women's golf team shot a second round score of 319 (+31) and stayed in eighth place on Saturday at the CAA Championship. The Spiders have totaled a two-round score of 644 (+68). UNCW leads the 10-team field with a 36-hole total of 605 (+29).
Richmond was led on the day by junior Caroline Lovette, who cut four strokes off her first round total to shoot a 77 (+5). Headed in to the final round, Lovette is tied for 20th with a score of 158 (+14).
Sophomore Lauren Conder also had a great day for the Spiders, shooting a second round score of 78 (+6), taking three strokes off her first round total. Conder is tied for 23rd, just one shot shy of the top 20.
Placing 36th after two rounds of play is junior Courtney Rousse, who shot her second-straight 82 (+10) for a total of 164 (+20). Sophomore Danielle Pinder is tied for 37th just one stroke behind Rousse with a score of 165 (+21).
Rounding out the scoring for the Spiders on the day was Tracy Martin. The junior is tied for 39th place with a 36-hole score of 166 (+22).
The Richmond Spiders women's golf team will look to make one final charge up the leaderboard on Sunday when the team will play the third and final round of the CAA Championship. Live stats for the final round can be found at RichmondSpiders.com.
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Second Round Team Standings
1. UNCW 605 (+29)
2. James Madison 612 (+36)
T3. Old Dominion 613 (+37)
T3. Xavier 613 (+37)
5. Georgia State 616 (+40)
8. Richmond 644 (+68)