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Oct. 27, 2006

Wilmington, NC – Virginia sophomore Jennie Arseneault continued her stellar play this fall by shooting even par 72 to share the lead after the first round at UNC Wilmington’s Landfall Tradition. After shooting 13-over 301 in the rainy conditions, the ninth-ranked Cavaliers find themselves one shot behind Michigan for the tournament lead. Michigan State and Ohio State are tied for third at 305.

Arseneault was one of three UVa players in the top-10 after the first 18 holes of play. Leah Wigger and Lauren Mielbrecht both carded scores of 3-over 75 to tie for 10th. Whitney Neuhauser is 28th at 79 and Rachel Smith is 38th at 81.

Arseneault is tied on the leaderboard with Michigan’s Brianna Broderick and Ohio Sate’s Dana Jae. Megan Padua from Penn State is one shot off the lead. Arseneault has finished in the top 10 in her previous two outings this year.

Saturday’s second round gets underway at 8:15 a.m. Live scoring of the tournament will be on the Internet at

The Landfall Tradition
The Country Club of Landfall
Wilmington, NC
Par-72, 6,115 yards
First-Round Results

Team Results

1. Michigan 300 2. Virginia 301 3. Ohio State 305 3. Michigan State 305 5. New Mexico 309 6. Wake Forest 310 7. South Florida 315 8. Penn State 316 9. NC State 31710. Tulsa 31811. UNC Greensboro 32012. UNC Wilmington 326

Individual Leaders 1. Jennie Arseneault, Virginia 72 1. Brianna Broderick, Michigan 72 1. Dana Je, Ohio State 72 4. Megan Padua, Penn State 73 5. Ashley Bauer, Michigan 74 5. Sara Brown, Michigan State 74 5. Leisl Hasbrouck, Tulsa 74 5. Nannette Hill, Wake Forest 74 5. Gemma Webster, Ohio State 7410. Jessica Buchta, South Florida 7510. Giselle Claux, New Mexico 7510. Lauren Doughtie, NC State 7510. Lauren Mielbrecht, Virginia 7510. Leah Wigger, Virginia 75

Virginia Results 1. Jennie Arseneault 7210. Lauren Mielbrecht 7510. Leah Wigger 7528. Whitney Neuhauser 7938. Rachel Smith 81

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