Oct. 24, 2014


WILMINGTON, N.C. – Ohio State Women’s Golf carded a 4-over 292 in the opening round of the Landfall Tradition, earning a share of eighth place in the stacked 18-team field. Sophomore Jessica Porvasnik fired a 2-under 70 and is tied for 10th on the individual leaderboard with 36 holes to play over the weekend.

Porvasnik dropped in three birdies on the front 9 and penciled in just one bogie on the day to get her 2-under result. Senior Claudia Lim posted four birdies in the round, matched by four bogies for an even-par 72 and piece of 21st place.

Sophomores Katja Pogacar and Zoe-Beth Brake both own a share of 36th place after scores of 74 (+2). Pogacar notched one birdie compared to three bogies to contribute to the team tally while Brake played as an individual and scored 3-under on the Par 5s (second-best in the field).

Senior Jan Chanpalangsri was the team’s fourth contributor, putting up a 76 (+4) for a T-59th showing. Junior Lina Aguillon rounded out the Buckeye lineup with an 81 in the opening round.

T-8th Team – 292 (+4)
T-10th Jessica Porvasnik – 70 (-2)
T-21st Claudia Lim – 72 (E)
T-36th – Katja Pogacar – 74 (+2)
T-36th – Zoe-Beth Brake (I) – 74 (+2)
T-59th – Jan Chanpalangsri – 76 (+4)
T-90th – Lina Aguillon – 81 (+9)

Ohio State is paired with defending national champions Duke and Virginia for Round Two on Saturday. The pairing will tee it off of Hole 10 starting at 10:09 a.m. ET.