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Brummett Continues To Lead Seminoles At Auburn Tiger Derby

Nov. 5, 2005




AUBURN, Ala. –
Sophomore Whitney Brummett continued to lead the Florida State women’s golf team in the individual standings and the Seminoles are in 13th place after two rounds of the Auburn Tiger Derby Invitational at the Auburn University Club. After carding an even par 72 in the first round of the event, Brummett is in a tie for 28th place heading into Sunday’s third and final round.

No. 1 ranked Duke moved into the team lead as the Blue Devils carded their second consecutive team score of 294 and lead No. 7 ranked Auburn by five strokes after 36 holes of play. Led by Anna Grzebien, a total of four Blue Devil players are in the top 10 of the individual standings. Grzebien is in a tie for second place in the individual standings. Maria Martinez of Auburn leads the individual standings with a two-day total of 141. She carded a 69 in the first round and a 72 in the second round.

Senior Caroline Larsson (Danderyd Sweden) led the Seminoles in the second round with a five over par score of 77. She is in a tie for 41st place in the individual standings with a total of 155. Among the players she is tied with is teammate Jaclyn Burch (Wildwood, Mo.) who carded a 76 in the first round of the event.

The tournament, and the Seminoles four-event fall schedule, closes Sunday morning with an 8:30 shotgun start.

10th Auburn Tiger Derby Invitational/Auburn University Club
Auburn, Ala./Par 72/Second Round Florida State Results

13/17. Florida State 303 318 621
T28. Whitney Brummett 72 81 153
T41. Jaclyn Burch 76 79 155
T41. Caroline Larsson 78 77 155
T59. Whitney Wright 77 81 158
T80. Lauren Cousart 84 84 168

10th Auburn Tiger Derby Invitational/Auburn University Club
Auburn, Ala./Par 72/Second Round Team Results

1. Duke 588 T10. Louisiana State 618
2. Auburn 593 T10. Oklahoma State 618
3. Tennessee 594 12. Ole Miss 620
4. Georgia 594 13. Florida State 621
5. Virginia 603 14. NC State 622
6. Florida 604 15. UNC Wilmington 630
7. Alabama 610 16. Kansas 636
8. South Carolina 611 17. West Florida 656
9. Texas 615

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