The Maryland women's golf team will head into day two of the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate in eighth place after their play Monday in Greenville, N.C.
The Terps ended today with a score of 609. They shot a 305 through the first 18 holes and then capped day one off with a score of 304 in the other 18 holes. Maryland is led by Juliet Vongphoumy with a score of 145 (73-72), which is good enough to be tied for fourth place. Jess Gregory is currently tied for 13th with a score of 150 (76-74). Emily Gimpel is tied for 34th after shooting a 154 (79-75) today. Gimpel was followed by Panitta Yusabai who finished tied for 61st with a score of 161 (78-83). Heidi Baek rounded out the group finishing tied for 72nd with a score of 164 (78-86).
Alexandra Papell, who is playing individually for the Terps, is tied for 47th after shooting a 157 (78-79).
East Tennessee State currently sits atop the leaderboard with a score of 596 (288-308).
The Terps will look to make up ground as play resumes Tuesday with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.