April 9, 2003 - by
Florida State Women’s Golf Team Ranked 21st Nationally

April 9, 2003

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The Florida State women’s golf team is ranked 21st nationally in the team rankings and senior All-American candidate Kristin Tamulis is ranked 21st in the national individual rankings in this week’s collegiate GolfWeek/Sagarin Power rankings.


The Seminoles are fresh from their team victory in last weekend’s Ryder/Florida Championship as they won the event for the second consecutive year. Florida State has won the event three times since 1998. The Seminoles earned the team championship by 24 strokes over the University of South Florida who finished in second place.


Tamulis claimed medalist honors at the Ryder/Florida Championship to mark the second event she has won this season. She was also victorious at the Lady Gator Invitational in March. In winning two tournaments, Tamulis has become the first Seminole to win multiple tournaments in the same season since All-America Michelle Guilbault won two individual titles during the 1981 season.


In addition to Tamulis’ first place finish, Florida State placed two other golfers (Carrie Sordel and Caroline Larsson) in the top five of the individual standings.


Florida State continues its spring schedule as it plays in the annual Atlantic Coast Conference Championship April 18-20 at Salem Glen Country Club in Clemmons, N.C.

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