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Nashville, TN – The seventh-ranked Virginia women’s golf team started its season Friday at the Mason Rudolph Fall Preview in Nashville, Tenn. The Cavaliers shot 16-over 304 to complete the opening round tied for 12th place. All 18 teams in the field are ranked in the current Golfweek top-25 poll including the top 13 teams in the nation.

Virginia shot 16-over 304 and is 12 strokes behind tournament leading Southern California. The Trojans hold a one shot advantage over Arizona State.

The Cavaliers were led by sophomore Portland Rosen who shot 2-over 74 and is in 17th place. Junior Brittany Altomare is 27th at 75, Elizabeth Brightwell is 50th at 77 and Nicole Agnello was 60th at 78. Lauren Greenlief finished the opening round in 90th place after shooting 84.

Arizona State’s Justine Lee leads the field at 1-under 71. Seven players are tied behind her at even par.

The second round of the tournament takes place Saturday and the final round is slated for Sunday. Live scoring is online at Golfstat.com.

2011 Mason Rudolph Fall Preview
Vanderbilt Legends Club
Nashville, TN
Par 72 – 6,426 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
1. Southern California 292
2. Arizona State 293
3. UCLA 296
3. Alabama 296
3. Vanderbilt 296
6. North Carolina 298
6. Arizona 298
8. LSU 303
8. Florida 303
8. Texas A&M 303
8. Tennessee 303
12. Duke 304
12. Virginia 304
12. Arkansas 304
15. California 306
16. Tulane 309
17. Georgia 310
18. Purdue 313

Individual Leaders
1. Justine Lee, Arizona State 71
2. Courtney Gunter, North Carolina 72
2. Jennifer Kirby, Alabama 72
2. Mary Michael Maggio, Texas A&M 72
2. Giulia Molinaro, Arizona State 72
2. Sophia Popov, USC 72
2. Margarita Ramos, Arizona 72
2. Lauren Stratton, Vanderbilt 72

Virginia Results
17. Portland Rosen 74
27. Brittany Altomare 75
50. Elizabeth Brightwell 77
60. Nicole Agnello 78
90. Lauren Greenlief 84

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