SOUTHPORT, N.C. - The University of Richmond Spiders women's golf team shot a final round score of 324 (+36) to finish play at The Spider at St. James in a tie for fifth place with a final total of 989 (+125). Charleston Southern defeated Boston College in a playoff to win with a score of 963 (+99).
Sophomore Lauren Conder was terrific this weekend for the Spiders, tying for third overall with a total of 237 (+21). Conder carded rounds of 81-77-79 to notch her second top-five of the season. The tie for third finish for Conder is a career-best.
Tying for 15th at the tournament was junior Caroline Lovette, who tallied her second top-20 finish of the season with a three-round total of 246 (+30). Classmate Courtney Rousse came in a tie for 30th, carding a 54-hole score of 252 (+36).
Playing as individuals, sophomores Viviana Perez and Danielle Pinder both played very well. Perez notched her first career top-20 finish, tying for 13th with a score of 245 (+29). Pinder also had a solid effort, placing 27th with a total of 250 (+34).
The Richmond Spiders women's golf team will next be in action on March 26-27 when the team will travel to Pinehurst, North Carolina to play in the Pinehurst Challenge. For complete coverage of Spider women's golf, go to RichmondSpiders.com.
The Spider at St.
The Reserve - Par 72
Final Team Standings
1. Charleston Southern 963 (+99) ^
2. Boston College 963 (+99)
3. UNC Pembroke 977 (+113)
4. Delaware 983 (+119)
T5. Richmond 989 (+125)
T5. Winthrop 989 (+125)
T3. Lauren Conder 237 (+21)
T13. Viviana Perez 245 (+29) **
T15. Caroline Lovette 246 (+30)
27. Danielle Pinder 250 (+34) **
T30. Courtney Rousse 252 (+36)
T35. Tracy Martin 256 (+40)
56. Krystin Schwarze 273 (+57)
^ Won in playoff
**Playing as an individual