Oct. 18, 2000
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida State women’s golf team begins
play Friday in a field of 22 nationally competitive teams at the Lady
Paladin Invitational. The three-day tournament will be played on the
par-72, 5,917-yard Furman University Golf Course in Greenville, S.C.
The event features a number of the top ranked teams in the nation.
Among the highly ranked teams competing for the championship are Wake
Forest (No. 6) and Georgia (No. 13) Auburn, who won the team title at the
inaugural ACC/SEC Invitational on Oct. 1.
Wake Forest enters the tournament as the defending champion. The
Demon Deacons won the event last year with a three-day total of 892.
Angela Stanford of Texas Christian won individual medialist honors in 1999
defeating Maria Beautell of Wake Forest in a playoff.
Senior Louise Wright leads the Seminoles with a 77.64 stroke
average. She has participated in all four events this fall and shot a
low-round score of 73 during last weekend’s North Carolina Tar Heel
The 54-hole event follows a format of 18 holes played each day.