Team Results | Player Leaderboard

Guadalajara, Mexico – The Virginia women’s golf team shot 1-under 287 to finish the first round of the IJGA Collegiate Invitational in third place on Sunday. The Cavaliers are the host school for the 14-team event that is being played at Guadalajara Country Club in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Baylor, ranked No. 25, leads the field after shooting 3-under 285. No. 8 Stanford is one shot ahead of UVA in second place. The field for the tournament includes six teams ranked in Golfstat’s current top-25 poll. LSU freshman Ingrid Lindblad shot 6-under 66 to lead the field. She entered the tournament as the No. 12 ranked individual player by Golfstat.
Virginia junior Beth Lillie (Fullerton, Calif.) topped the Cavaliers with an opening-round of 2-under 70 to put her in a tie for fifth place. It was Lillie’s lowest round of the season.
UVA freshmen Virginia Bossi (Como, Italy) and sophomore Haeley Wotnosky (Wake Forest, N.C.) are tied for 11th place after each shooting 71. Sophomore Riley Smyth (Cary, N.C.) is in 39th place after shooting 75 and senior Julia Ford (Shrewsbury, Mass.) is 65th at 79. Cavalier freshman Celeste Valinho (Jacksonville, Fla.) is also in 39th place with a score of 75.
The second round of the tournament takes place Monday morning and the first nine holes of the third round will be contested in the afternoon. The final nine holes of play will be held Tuesday morning.
Live scoring of the event is online at
IJGA Collegiate Invitational
Guadalajara Country Club
Guadalajara, Mexico
Par 72, 6,437 yards
First Round Results
Team Results
 1. Baylor          285
 2. Stanford        286
 3. Virginia        287
 4. LSU             288
 5. South Carolina  290
 6. Arizona State   292
 7. Clemson         293
 7. Texas A&M       293
 7. Arkansas        293
 7. Florida State   293
11. California      296
12. Tennessee       297
13. Maryland        301
14. Michigan        302
Individual Leaders
1. Ingrid Lindblad, LSU           66
2. Beatrice Wallin, Florida State 68
2. Elodie Chapelet, Baylor        68
4. Calista Reyes, Stanford        69
Virginia Results
 5. Beth Lillie      70
11. Virginia Bossi   71
11. Haeley Wotnosky  71
39. Riley Smyth      75
65. Julia Ford       79
39. Celeste Valinho* 75
* Competing as an individual.