WILMINGTON, North Carolina – Led by rising senior Lori Beth Adams, three members of the UNCW women’s golf program had strong showings in the 2013 Women’s Eastern Golf Association Amateur Championship this week.

Held June 11-13 at the Kingsmill River Course in Williamsburg, Va., the WEGA is one of the oldest and most prestigious women's amateur championships in the United States, with the inaugural championship taking place in 1906.  

Adams, the Colonial Athletic Association’s Player-of-the-Year, finished the 54-hole stroke play event with a tournament total of even-par 213 (71-72-70) to claim fourth place. Rising senior Megan Burnham (74-76-74=224) and rising junior Mallory Warrick (73-75-76=224) also competed in the event and were both part of a six-way tie for 16th.

Clemson signee Ashlan Ramsey took home the WEGA Championship with a three-day total of 206 (66-70-70) to post a two-stroke victory. South Carolina incoming freshman Katelyn Dambaugh (69-69-70=208) took second while Virginia rising junior Briana Mao (71-70-69=210) finished third.