March 25, 2002 - by
Florida State Women’s Golf Team In Second Place At Lady Seahawk Invitational

March 25, 2002




WALLACE, N.C. –
The Florida State University women’s golf team is tied for second in the team standings and junior All-America candidate Kristin Tamulis is tied for seventh in the individual standings at the UNC Wilmington Lady Seahawk Invitational at River Landing Golf Club. The Seminoles are only three strokes off the team pace set by NC State and Tamulis trails the individual leader, Kim Benedict of Michigan, by a mere four strokes entering Tuesday’s third and final round of play.


Tamilus (Naples, Fla.) played well in both rounds of 18 holes Monday as shot an even par 72 in round one and a four-over par 76 in the second round. She was in a tie for third place after the first round of play. Tamulis has now shot even par in two of her last three rounds dating to last week’s Lady Gamecock Classic.


Sordel (Windermere, Fla.) who shot an even par 72 in the first round, continues to play the best golf of her collegiate career this spring. She is in a tie for 13th-place and is only seven strokes behind Benedict’s individual lead.


Florida State begins play in the final round of 18 holes only three strokes behind NC State. The Seminoles posted a season-best 298 and led the team standings after the first round of play.


The final round, 18 holes from a shotgun start, begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday.


UNCW Lady Seahawk Invitational/March 25-26, 2002
River Landing Golf Course, Wallace, N.C. (Florida State Individual Results – Round 2)

T2/18 Florida State 298 304 602
T7 Kristin Tamulis 72 76 148
T13 Carrie Sordel 72 79 151
T23 Katie Quinney 76 77 153
T23 Alison Zimmer 80 73 153
T43 Alison Curdt 78 78 156


UNCW Lady Seahawk Invitational/March 25-26, 2002
River Landing Golf Course, Wallace, N.C. (Team Results – Round 2)

1. NC State 599 11. Georgia State 621
2. Florida State 602 12. Coastal Carolina 625
Louisville 602 13. Campbell 628
4. Indiana 605 14. Maryland 629
5. Michigan 606 15. Elon 625
6. UNC Greensboro 610 16. William & Mary 641
7. Col. of Charleston 616 17. Charleston Southern 642
8. James Madison 619 18. Augusta State 663
9. Penn State 620
UNC Wilmington 620
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