March 28, 2003 - by
Florida State Women’s Golf Team In 10th Place At Bryan National Collegiate

March 28, 2003

Florida State All-America candidate Kristin Tamulis is in a tie for 34th place and the Seminole women’s golf team is in 10th place after the first round of the Bryan National Collegiate at the Brian Park Golf Course. Tamulis is only three strokes out of the top-10 with two rounds to play. The Seminoles, ranked 21st in the nation in the most recent Golfweek/Sagarin Power rankings, carded a 304 and is only six strokes from entering the top five of the team standings.

Duke’s Kristina Engstrom leads the individual standings after she carded a three-under par 69. Engstrom is one of three Blue Devils in the individual top six to pace Duke to the team lead with a 286 score. The Blue Devils are the top ranked women’s golf team in the nation.

Freshman Caroline Larsson (Danderyd, Sweden) leads the Seminoles after posting a first-round score of 55. She carded a 36 on the back nine after scoring a 39 on the front nine. Larsson’s career-best finish of tied for 14th came earlier this month at the Lady Gator Invitational.

Junior Katie Quinney (Atlantic Beach, Fla.) is tied with Tamulis in 34th place. She shot scores of 39 and 37 on the front and back nine – identical scores for that of Tamilus (Naples, Fla.). Junior Alison Curdt (St. Louis, Mo.) carded a 77 – he best single round score of the spring season. Junior Carrie Sordel (Windermere, Fla.) carded a 79 as the fifth member of the Seminoles’ starting lineup.

The second round begins at 8:30 a.m. Saturday morning with the third and final round, a shotgun start, beginning 8:30 Sunday morning.

Bryan National Collegiate/March 28-30, 2002/First Round Florida State Results)
Browns Summit Golf Course/Par 72

10/18 Florida State 304
T26 Caroline Larsson 75
T34 Kristin Tamulis 76
T34 Katie Quinney 76
T44 Alison Curdt 77
T58 Carrie Sordel 79

Bryan National Collegiate/March 28-30, 2002/First Round Team Results)
Browns Summit Golf Course/Par 72

1. Duke 286 10. Florida State 304
2. South Carolina 294 11. Purdue 306
3. Tulsa 297 12. Louisville 307
Wake Forest 297 13. NC State 311
5. Auburn 298 14. Furman 313
Vanderbilt 298 15. Louisiana State 314
Tennessee 298 16. Mississippi State 315
8. Georgia 300 17. Memphis 324
9. North Carolina 303 18. UNC Greensboro 329
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