October 15, 2001 - by
Florida State Women’s Golf Closes Fall Season At Stetson University Hatter Fall Classic

Oct. 15, 2001

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The Florida State women’s golf team closes out its 2001 fall season as it travels to play at the Hatter Fall Classic hosted by Stetson University. The event is being played at the Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort in Howie-In-The-Hills, Fla. The El Campeon Course (par-72, 6,015-yards) at the Mission will host the three-day event. Last year’s team winner was Southern Methodist (two-day score) and the individual winner was Karen Calverbert of Rollins College (149 two-round total). The final round of last year’s event was cancelled because of rain.


THE 2001 HATTER FALL CLASSIC FIELD
Florida State is joined by Campbell, Central Florida, Charleston Southern, Daytona Beach C.C., Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Florida Southern, Georgia State, Indiana, Jacksonville State, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, NC State, Rollins, Western Michigan, Winthrop and the host school, Stetson, in the 2001 Hatter Fall Classic.


CURDT COMING ON
Sophomore Alison Curdt (St. Louis, Mo.), who has had all nine of her individual scores counted towards the team score this fall, is performing well in her second season as a Seminole. She shot a season-low 76 in the first round of the Mason Rudolph Classic and finished in a seasons-best tied for 26th-place at the Dodge ACC/SEC Shootout.


QUINNEY EARNS SPOT IN SEMINOLES’ STARTING LINEUP
Sophomore Katie Quinney (Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) earned her way into Florida State’s starting lineup for the Tar Heel Invitational. She shot well and posted a score of 265 in the three-round event to finish in a tie for 65th place. Quinney has played in two of Florida State’s three tournaments and played as an individual in the ACC/SEC Shootout.


SEMINOLES AT THE TAR HEEL INVITATIONAL
Kristin Tamulis (Naples, Fla.) shot a five-over par 77 and improved her individual standing by 10 positions in the third and final round of the Franklin Street Trust/Tar Heel Invitational and finished in a tie for 37th-place in the individual standings to lead Florida State. Tamulis improved her single-round score during the final two rounds of the tournament and to earn her best finish in two appearances in the Tar Heel Invitational. After carding an 83 in round one, Tamulis totaled a 78 in the second round and a 77 in the third round. She averaged 79.33 strokes per round for the tournament. Tamulis’ individual finish was 18 spots better than her finish of 55th in last years Tar Heel Invitational. Florida State finished in a tie for 13th-place in the team standings.


ZIMMER LED TAR HEEL INVITATIONAL AFTER FIRST ROUND
Senior Alison Zimmer (Tallahassee, Fla.) shot a career-best one-under par 71 and was the first round individual leader at the Tar Heel Invitational. Zimmer shot a blistering 32 on the back nine (she began the tournament on the 10th hole) and was the only golfer to finish under par in first round. Zimmer’s score of 71 was one stroke better than her previous best single-round score of 72 during the second round of the 2000 Lady Paladin Fall Invitational.


FLORIDA STATE WOMEN’S GOLF STATISTICS (FALL 2001)
Name Tourn. Rounds Par -75 Low Strokes Avg.

Kristin Tamulis 3 9 2 3 72 688 76.44
Kelley Henderson 2 6 0 1 73 468 78.00
Alison Curdt 3 9 0 0 76 723 80.33
Alison Zimmer 3 9 1 1 71 729 81.00
Carrie Sordel 3 9 0 1 74 741 82.33
Katie Quinney 2 6 0 0 80 496 82.67
Tyler Johnson 1 3 0 0 84 255 85.00
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