ORANGE PARK, Florida - The UNCW women's golf team combined for a team total 313 and sits in 15th place after the first round of the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational Friday at the Eagle Landing Golf Club.

The Seahawks are one shot back of 14th place North Florida and five shots back of Jacksonville after the opening 18 holes of the 54-hole event.

Campbell and Elon are tied for the lead after Friday's opening round as both programs began the tournament with five-over-par totals of 293. Colonial Athletic Association foes Old Dominion (296) and host James Madison (297) are third and fourth, respectively.

Junior Lori Beth Adams posted a three-over-par 75 and is part of a 13-way tie for 21st to pace the Seahawks. Sophomore Mattie Tobey (76) is one shot back of Adams in a tie for 34th while senior Danielle Lamy (81) and junior Megan Burnham (81) are both tied for 81st. Junior Jeanne Metivier (82/T-86) rounded out head coach Cindy Ho's entry.

Mississippi State's Ally McDonald and East Carolina's F. Gusafsson Spang are tied for the individual lead at three-under-par 69. Campbell's Tahnia Ravnjak is one shot back of the duo in third place at two-under-par while Chattanooga's Emily McLennan and James Madison's Karishma Thiagaraj were both one-under-par on Friday to earn a share of fourth.

Second round action in the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational gets underway Saturday at 8 a.m. The Seahawks will tee off at 8:40 a.m.