RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico - The Maryland women's golf team finished their final round at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic Tuesday at the Rio Mar Country Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
As a team, the Terrapins finished ninth of 11 teams. They went 64 strokes over par with a score of 916 (302-308-306).
“Ludina [Ludovica Scandroglio] had a good start to her semester after being away from competition last fall,” Head Coach Diana Cantu said. “She will be very helpful to this team during the spring season.
We have three days to get ready for a positive comeback next week. We’ll take all the positives out of this week and build on them for a good performance in the Moon Golf Invitational.”
Junior Ludovica Scandroglio led the Terps with a 228 (77-74-77), which was +15 overall. She tied for 20th in the individual standings. Scandroglio shot -3 on par fives, tied for first among the field.
Sophomore Xiaolin Tian tied for 26th with a 230 (74-79-77), which was +17 overall.
Freshman Charlotte Lafourcade tied for 30th with a 231 (71-80-80), which was +18 overall. Her even-par 71 placed her in a tie for second on the individual leaderboard after the first day of action. Lafourcade shot -1 on par threes, second best among the field.
Junior Ludovica Farina tied for 40th with a 234 (83-77-74), which was +21 overall, freshman Laura Van Respaille tied for 53rd with a 239 (80-81-78), which was +26 overall, and freshman Virunpat Olankitkunchai placed 58th with a 242 (80-78-84), which was +29 overall.
The Terps return to the course Monday, Feb. 19 to compete in the Moon Golf Invitational in Melbourne, Florida.