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April 16, 2011
GREENSBORO, NC - North Carolina extended their lead after the second round of the 2011 ACC Women's Golf Championship, being held Friday through Sunday, April 15-17, at Sedgefield Country Club, (Par 71, 6,185 yards), in Greensboro, N.C.
Play started at 8:30am with a shot-gun start as inclement weather was projected for the day. Play was suspended at 1pm due to the weather and was resumed at 4:00pm as a few groups needed to complete their final rounds of the day.
North Carolina shot a two-over 286 today for a two-day total of seven-over 575. Head Coach Jan Mann said, "We started the day trying to decide what movie we were going to see. I'm just amazed we were able to get the round in today and I am pleased that we were. Conditions were tough, the team just really played well. They played confidently and stayed in their process that we have been working on all season long. It was good for us."
Duke and Virginia are tied for second at 599, Florida State (602) is in fourth place, Wake Forest (606) fifth, Maryland (607) sixth, NC State (614) seventh, Miami (629) eighth and Boston College (636) ninth.
Wake Forest junior Cheyenne Woods (Phoenix, Ariz.) and North Carolina junior Allie White (Lancaster, Ohio) are tied for first place individually at two-under 140. Maryland junior Jessie Hollandsworth (Floyd, Va.) and North Carolina junior Catherine O'Donnell (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) are tied for third at even score 142. North Carolina freshman Katherine Perry (Cary, N.C.) is in fifth place at two-over par 144.