CAA Press Release
SOUTHPORT, N.C. (April 19, 2014) – A night of nonstop hard rains that have continued through the morning has washed out the second day of the 2014 CAA Women's Golf Championship at the St. James Plantation Reserve Club and pushed it to Sunday.
Start times and set-up for Sunday's second round will be announced at a later time. It is the first time in CAA Women's Golf Championship history that a round has been rained-out.
College of Charleston, the CAA's newest member, completed its first round of the 2014 CAA Women's Golf Championship scoring 302 to lead all teams after the first round on Friday. After 18-holes, CofC freshman Laura Fuenstueck led all players while carding an even par (72).
UNCW posted a 310 (+22) on the 6,066-yard, par 72 course and own a narrow lead on Delaware, which sits in third place with a team score of 311 (+23). William & Mary carded 315 (4th) during a mostly overcast and slightly windy Friday and was followed by James Madison (324, 5th), Towson (326, 6th) and Dayton (328, 7th). Rounding out the team scoring after the first round was Richmond (333, 8th) and Hofstra (339, 9th).