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UD women's golf to compete in five tournaments this spring

The University of Delaware women’s golf team will head south for five tournaments this spring,  head coach Patty Post has announced.

UD will open its campaign once again at the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic at Kiawah Island (South Carolina) Resort on Feb. 26-28, before competing in the North Florida Collegiate on March 6-7 at the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club.

The Blue Hens will participate in the William and Mary Intercollegiate at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia, on March 27-28, and will head back to Florida for the Web.com Intercollegiate at Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach on April 3-4.

The regular season will conclude at the Colonial Athletic Association championship at St. James Plantation in Southport, North Carolina, on April 14-16. The Blue Hens will defend their conference title after claiming their first CAA championship last spring.

UD is looking to build on its fall campaign that saw the Blue Hens post three top-five finishes and capture the team title at the season-opening Rutgers Invitational. Freshman Ariane Klotz recorded three top-10 finishes and led UD with a 75.27 average round, while senior Vitoria Teixeira added a pair of top-10 finishes and ranked second on the team with a 76.70 stroke average. Valentina Mueller (76.87 average round), Grace Chua  (78.27) and Ashley Dingman (78.33) also competed in all five tournaments during the fall for the Blue Hens.


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