Oct. 23, 2002
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The Florida State University women’s golf team is ranked in the nation’s top-25 in all three major polls for the third consecutive week. The Seminoles are ranked No. 21 by Golfstat and Golf World and No. 23 by Golfweek.
The Seminoles have been ranked as high as No. 15 in the Golfweek/Sagarin poll during the week of Oct. 1and as high as No. 12 by Golfstat during the weeks of Oct. 7 and Oct. 14.
Florida State finished fourth in the ACC/SEC Challenge and ninth in the Tar Heel Invitational during its first two tournaments of the fall. Junior Alison Curdt (St. Louis, Mo.) leads the Seminoles with a 74.67 stroke average during the two events. All-America candidate Kristin Tamulis (Naples, Fla.) is ranked second on the team with a 75.33 average.
Florida State plays in its third tournament of the fall season this weekend as it travels to compete in the 32nd annual Lady Paladin Invitational hosted by Furman University Oct. 25-27. The event is played on the 5,885-yard, par 72 Furman University Golf Course.
Golfstat Golf World Golfweek
1. Oklahoma State Duke Oklahoma State
2. Vanderbilt Arizona Vanderbilt
3. Auburn Auburn Arizona
4. California Oklahoma State Auburn
5. Arizona Auburn Duke
6. Duke Florida Washington
7. New Mexico Texas New Mexico
8. Washington Pepperdine Ohio State
9. Ohio State Southern California Southern California
10. Texas Ohio State Tulane
11. Southern California Tennessee California
12. Tulane Georgia Texas
13. North Carolina Washington Florida
14. Pepperdine New Mexico Pepperdine
15. Florida Oklahoma North Carolina
16. UCLA California Georgia
17. Kent State Kent State Purdue
18. Purdue UCLA Kent State
19. Georgia Tulane Tennessee
20 Oklahoma South Carolina Indiana
21. Florida State Florida State UCLA
22. New Mexico State Wake Forest Oklahoma
23. Tennessee Stanford Florida State
24. Mississippi State Tulsa Tulsa
25. South Florida New Mexico State New Mexico State