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Greensboro, NC – Playing in windy conditions, that included a three-hour delay due to severe weather, the sixth-ranked Virginia women’s golf team remained in second place following Saturday’s play at the ACC Championships in Greensboro. The Cavaliers shot 20-over 304 for a two-day total of 31-over 599. Fifth-ranked Duke is tied with Virginia for second place, 24 strokes behind tournament leading North Carolina.

Saturday the Tar Heels shot 1-over 286, 16 strokes better than the next best team score, to take a commanding lead into Sunday’s final round at 7-over 575. The Tar Heels are looking to win their first league title since 1992.

Florida State is in fourth place at 602 and Wake Forest, the winner of the past two championships, dropped back to fifth place at 606.

Freshman Portland Rosen led Virginia Saturday with a score of 3-over 74. She moved up to 12th place at 8-over 150. Sophomore teammate Brittany Altomare is also tied for 12th after shooting 77 during the second round. Nicole Agnello owns UVa’s best 36-hole score at 6-over 148 to stand sixth overall. She shot 76 during the second round.

Calle Nielson dropped back to 21st place after carding a 79. Her two-day total stands at 153. Eleana Collins is in 25th place at 155. She shot 77 Saturday.

North Carolina’s Allie White and Wake Forest’s Cheyenne Woods are tied for the individual title at 2-under 140.

Virginia will tee off starting at 9:40 a.m. during Sunday’s final round. Live scoring of the tournament is online at Live webstreaming of the third round will be available for free on the The broadcast is schedule to begin at 1:30 p.m. until the conclusion of play.

ACC Championships
Sedgefield Country Club
Greensboro, NC
Par-71, 6,185 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results
1. North Carolina 289-286-575
2. Duke 297-302-599
2. Virginia 295-304-599
4. Florida State 295-307-602
5. Wake Forest 296-310-606
6. Maryland 298-309-607
7. NC State 311-303-614
8. Miami 302-327-629
9. Boston College 314-322-636

Individual Leaders
1. Allie White, North Carolina 66-74-140
2. Cheyenne Woods, Wake Forest 70-70-140
3. Jessie Hollandsworth, Maryland 71-71-142
3. Catherine O’Donnell, North Carolina 75-67-142
3. Katherine Perry, North Carolina 71-73-144
6. Nicole Agnello, Virginia 72-76-148
6. Stacey Kim, Duke 74-74-148
6. Macarena Silva, Florida State 73-75-148
9. Lindy Duncan, Duke 73-76-149
9. Kim Donovan, Duke 74-75-149
9. Casey Grice, North Carolina 77-72-149

6. Nicole Agnello 72-76-148
12. Brittany Altomare 73-77-150
12. Portland Rosen 76-74-150
21. Calle Nielson 74-79-153
25. Eleana Collins 78-77-155

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