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Baton Rouge, LA – The seventh-ranked Virginia women’s golf team finished second at the 21-team LSU Classic at The University Club in Baton Rouge. Virginia shot 6-over 294 during Sunday’s final play for a three-day total of 31-over 895. Arkansas, ranked No. 26, won the tournament at 24-over 888.

Top-ranked Alabama, fourth-ranked Duke and 18th-ranked Tennessee tied for third at 900, five shots behind the Cavaliers. LSU, ranked No. 6, was sixth at 902.

Sophomores Brittany Altomare and Nicole Agnello led the Cavaliers by tying for 11th at 7-over 223. Altomare shot 76 during the final round while Agnello carded a 77.

Senior Joy Kim led Virginia during the final round with a 4-under 68. Kim’s score was the lowest round of the tournament and equaled her best 18-hole score as a collegiate. She placed 40th overall at 230. Calle Nielson was 17th at 224, including a 73 Sunday. Portland Rosen shot 79 during the final round to drop back to 74th at 239.

Duke’s Lindy Duncan won a three-hole playoff to top Louisville’s AnnaKarin Ljungstrom for medalist honors. Both players finished at 2-over 218.

Virginia returns to action March 25-27 at the Bryan National Championship in Brown Summitt, N.C.

LSU Golf Classic
The University Club
Baton Rouge, LA
Par 72, 6,194 yards
Final Results

Team Results
1. Arkansas 305-296-287-888
2. Virginia 301-300-294-895
3. Alabama 301-300-299-900
3. Tennessee 305-297-298-900
3. Duke 300-302-298-900
6. LSU 300-305-297-902
7. Wake Forest 294-307-308-909
8. Texas A&M 298-308-304-910
9. NC State 310-306-295-911
10. Louisville 303-309-302-914
11. Tulane 312-302-304-918
12. TCU 310-309-308-927
13. North Carolina 304-322-302-928
14. South Carolina 319-307-308-934
15. Mississippi 313-309-315-938
16. Furman 310-328-307-945
17. UNC Wilmington 328-318-312-958
18. Kentucky 313-324-322-959
19. UL Monroe 332-311-319-962
20. Mississippi State 316-326-321-963
21. Col. of Charleston 323-326-318-967

Individual Leaders
1. Lindy Duncan, Duke* 72-75-71-218
1. AnnaKarin Ljungstrom, Louisville 75-74-69-218
3. Emily Tubert, Arkansas 78-70-71-219
4. Stephanie Meadow, Alabama 73-71-76-220
5. Megan McChrystal, LSU 72-74-75-221
5. Maribel Lopez-Porras, Tulane 75-76-70-221
7. Erica Popson, Tennessee 77-74-71-222
7. Kelli Shean, Arkansas 77-74-71-222
7. Natalie Sheary, Wake Forest 71-80-71-222
7. Victoria Vela, Arkansas 76-73-73-222
* Won playoff for medalist

Virginia Results
11. Brittany Altomare 73-74-76-223
11. Nicole Agnello 73-73-77-223
17. Calle Nielson 74-77-73-224
40. Joy Kim 86-76-68-230
74. Portland Rosen 81-79-79-239

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