BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – The UNCW women’s golf team posted a team total 329 on Saturday to remain in 14th place after 36 holes in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic Saturday at The University Club.

The Seahawks have posted a team scorecard of 335-329=664 through 36 holes, 22 shots back of 13th place Louisiana-Monroe (323-319=642).

“It was another tough day at LSU,” said UNCW Head Coach Cindy Ho. “With the exception of Lori Beth, who played very steady and consistently today, this course has shaken the confidence of the rest of the team. It's a demanding course that requires you to be patient, but puts a premium on ball striking and short game. We put ourselves in some tough positions on the course, had too many penalties and haven't trusted our decision making.”

No. 8 Arkansas remained in the lead after carding a nine-over-par result of 297 on Saturday to carry a 10-stroke lead into the final round with a two-day total of 293-297=590. No. 25 Tulane (298-302=600) and host LSU (306-294=600) are tied for second while Tennessee is 12 shots back of the Razorbacks in fourth with a 305-297=602 scorecard through 36 holes.

Junior Lori Beth Adams fired a two-over par 74 during the second round to move into a tie for 21st with a 36-hole total of 77-74=151. Junior Megan Burnham is tied for 69th with a two-day result of 83-85=168 while sophomore Mattie Tobey is two strokes back of Burnham with a 87-83=170 tournament total. Senior Danielle Lamy (88-87=175/78th) and junior Jeanne Metivier (89-96=185/79th) completed UNCW’s lineup while sophomore Mallory Warrick (83-86=169/71st) is taking part in the tournament as an individual entry.

Four players, including first-round co-leader Erica Popson of Tennessee, are tied for the individual lead at even par. Four players are one shot back of quartet in a tie for fifth at one-over-par.

Final round action in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic gets underway Sunday with a shotgun start scheduled for 9:30 a.m. EST.

 “All we can do tomorrow is for each player to try to play the best golf they can individually and trust their games,” said Ho. “We want to end on a better note.”