CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Ashley Knoll carded an even-par 72 on Saturday and is one shot out of the individual lead going into Sunday's final round at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational at Finley Golf Course.

A&M is in fourth place in the team standings with a 306-300-606 total, trailing Vanderbilt (595) by 11 strokes. Host North Carolina (600) is in second, followed by Virginia (604).

Duke finished the day in second place but Alison Whitaker was disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard, dropping the Blue Devils to fifth place.

Duke's Jennie Lee leads the individual race with an even-par total of 72-72-144. Knoll, who won last year's title by eight shots, has posted rounds of 73-72-145 and is tied with Florida State's Carolina Westrup (73-72-145).

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