GUADALAJARA, Mexico – The No. 23 Virginia women’s golf team opened play at the Collegiate Invitational at Guadalajara Country Club and is in seventh place after the opening 27 holes of competition. Florida State leads the 12-team field at 4-over par after the first day.

UVA shot 11-over 299 during the opening round and stands at 6-over for its first nine holes of the second round for an overall total of 17-over par.

After 27 holes. Amanda Sambach leads Virginia with a 1-over score and is tied for seventh place. She shot 1-over 73 during the opening round. Jaclyn LaHa is at 3-over after 27 holes and in 12th place. She match’s Sambach’s opening round total of 73. They were tied for 11th place after the first 18 holes.

Megan Propeck is at 6-over in 28th place, Rebecca Skoler is at 7-over in 35th place and Celeste Valinho is at 11-over par in 55th place. Kiera Bartholomew, playing as an individual, is also in 35th place at 7-over.

Play resumes Saturday at 8 a.m. CT. The field will be repaired for the final 27 holes based on the opening 27 holes of play.

Collegiate Invitational at Guadalajara Country Club
Guadalajara Country Club
Guadalajara, Mexico
Par 72, 6,333 yards
First-Round Results 

Team Results
 1. Florida State  289
 2. Colorado State 292
 3. SMU            294
 4. Georgia        297
 5. Maryland       298
 6. Louisville     299
 6. Virginia       299
 8. Tennessee      301
 8. NC State       301
 8. California     301
11. UNLV           305
12. New Mexico     311 

Individual Leaders
1. Ellie Szeryk, SMU            69
1. Carmen Griffiths, Louisville 69
3. Caterina Don, Georgia        70
3. Patrice Mackova, Maryland    70

Virginia Results
11. Amanda Sambach     73
11. Jaclyn LaHa        73
28. Rebecca Skoler     76
28. Kiera Bartholomew* 76
38. Megan Propeck      77
53. Celeste Valinho    79
* Competing as an individual