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Valdosta, GA – The No. 15 Virginia women’s golf team was in eighth place when play was halted due to darkness during the second round of the Kinderlou Forest Challenge. The Cavaliers stood at 19-over on the 18-team leaderboard with several holes left to play when play was stopped. Tulane was leading the event at 3-over while Tennessee was in second place at 8-over. The tournament is UVa’s first event of the spring season.

Virginia shot 10-over during Monday’s opening round, led by senior Whitney Neuhauser’s even-par performance. Brittany Altomare completed her opening round at 2-over 75, Calle Nielson shot 76, Eleana Collins posted a 78 and Nicole Agnello shot 79.

Agnello was leading the Cavaliers in the second around at even par after 12 holes. Altomare stood at 1-over through 15 holes while Nielson and Collins were at 4-over and Neuhauser was at 5-over. Altomare is in 17th place on the leaderboard while Neuhauser is tied for 32nd.

The second round will be completed Tuesday morning before the final round gets underway. Live scoring is online at

Kinderlou Forest Challenge

Kinderlou Forest Golf Club

Valdosta, Ga.

Par-73, 6,265 yards

First Round Results

Team Results

1. Tulane 293

2. Florida 295

3. LSU 299

3. Tennessee 299

5. Vanderbilt 300

6. Ohio State 302

6. Georgia 302

6. Virginia 302

9. South Carolina 304

10. Mississippi 307

10. Florida State 307

10. Kent Stat 307

13. Arkansas 308

14. Kentucky 313

15. Kennesaw State 315

16. North Carolina 318

17. Chattanooga 322

18. Mississippi 323

Virginia Results

Whitney Neuhauser 73

Brittany Altomare 75

Calle Nielson 76

Eleana Collins 78

Nicole Agnello 79

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