Day Two Results / Live Results & Stats / Tournament Information
WILMINGTON, N.C. - The Purdue women’s golf team slipped to ninth place at the Landfall Tradition on Saturday, shooting 10-over par, 298, at the Country Club of Landfall. The Boilermakers are 12-over par as a team after two rounds, led by junior Covadonga SanJuan, who’s tied for 11th in the individual standings.
SanJuan and senior Marta Martin tied for the Boilermakers’ top score Saturday, posting matching totals of two-over par, 74. Martin made three birdies, all coming on the front nine, while SanJuan had two in her round. Sophomore Micaela Farah and freshman Inez Wanamarta tied for the last two team scores Saturday, with matching scores of three-over par, 75.
Farah joins SanJuan in the individual top-20, sitting one-over par for the tournament and tied for 18th place. Duke holds the team lead at 14-under par, with a one-stroke lead over Alabama, while Virginia’s Beth Lillie and Duke’s Ana Belac share the individual lead at nine-under par.
Purdue wraps up their fall season tomorrow, teeing off at 8:45 a.m. ET alongside Virginia and Furman.