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Florida State Finishes Strong At Bryan National Collegiate Women’s Golf Tournament

April 8, 2001




BROWN SUMMIT, N.C. –
Florida State sophomore Kristin Tamulis shot a season-low 71and finished in a tie for 28th-place as four Seminoles shot below, at or one stoke-over par in the final round of the Bryan National Collegiate Women’s Golf Tournament at the Bryan Park Champions Golf Course in final round action Sunday. The Seminoles shot a season-best 289 round as a team and finished in eighth place in the team standings. Florida State’s eighth-place finish in the final standings represented a six-position jump over the final two rounds of the tournament.


Tamulis (Naples, Fla.) shot her best round of the tournament, one-under par 71, in Sunday’s final round. She totaled a 223 three-round score and finished in a tie for 28th-place in the event. Tamulis’s score of 223 was the third lowest tournament score of her 17-event career at Florida State.


Freshman Alison Curdt (Ellisville, Mo.) shot a career-best even-par score of 72 and finished in a tie for 46th-place. Her previous best round as a member of the Seminole women’s golf team was a four-over par 76 during two events in the fall of 2000. Curdt was in a tie for 73rd-place after the first round and finished in a tied for 46th-place – an improvement of 27 places.


Senior Louise Wright (Ipswich, England) continued her consistency as she carded a one-over par 73 in Sunday’s final round. She totaled a 223 and finished in a tie for 20th-place. Junior Kelley Henderson (Marietta, Ga.) shot a career-low one-over par 73 and finished with a career-low tournament score of 235.


Florida State finished third among the five Atlantic Coast Conference teams who participated in the event. No. 1-Duke won the team title with a tournament record score of 856 and No. 22-ranked Wake Forest finished second with a score of 879. The Seminoles, ranked 43rd-in the nation, finished ahead of No. 40-ranked North Carolina (ninth place) and No. 2- ranked South Carolina (13th-place). Candy Hannemann of Duke won the individual title with a score seven-under par score of 209.



Bryan National Collegiate
Bryan Park Champions Golf Course, Brown Summit, N.C./April 6-8, 2001 (FSU 2nd Final Results)
8. Florida State 322 299 289 910 +46
T20. Louise Wright 78 72 73 223 +7
T28. Kristin Tamulis 79 76 71 226 +10
T46. Alison Curdt 83 76 72 231 +15
T58. Kelley Henderson 87 75 73 235 +19
T70. Carrie Sordel 82 77 81 240 +24



Bryan National Collegiate
Bryan Park Champions Golf Course, Brown Summit, N.C./April 6-8, 2001 (Final Team Results)
1. Duke 289 288 279 856 -8
2. Wake Forest 294 293 292 879 +15
3. Oklahoma State 294 297 294 885 +21
4. Purdue 309 298 281 888 +24
5. Tennessee 314 287 288 889 +25
6. Furman 305 298 291 894 +30
7. Memphis 311 294 297 902 +38
8. Florida State 322 299 289 910 +46
9. North Carolina 312 304 298 914 +50
T10. Kentucky 306 306 310 922 +58
Louisville 319 305 298 922 +58
12. Miami 322 304 297 923 +59
13. South Carolina 303 313 308 924 +60
14. Penn State 313 309 306 928 +64
15. UNC Greensboro 315 309 305 929 +65
16. College of Charleston 327 318 312 957 +93
17. NC State 342 313 314 969 +105
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