September 29, 2001 - by

FSU Women’s Golf In Eighth Place Through Second Round Of ACC/SEC Shootout

Sept. 29, 2001


DESTIN, Fla. — The University of Florida maintained its lead in the
team standings and Kristy McPherson of South Carolina surged to the top of
the individual leader board in the second round of the Dodge ACC/SEC
Shootout at the Raven Course at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort.
Florida, which led by four strokes after the first round holds a nine stroke
lead over Mississippi State and Wake Forest heading into the third round.
McPherson shot a one-under par 70 in the second round and holds a five
stroke lead in the individual standings.

Florida, which has four players in the top 10 of the individual
standings, leads the event with a two-day team score of 598. Its score of
304 was tied for the second best team score during the second round.
Furman, which began the day in seventh place also shot a 304 and moved into
sixth place. South Carolina shot the best team score of the day, 302, is
now in fourth place.

McPherson and teammate Adrienne Gautreaux are currently running
first and second in the individual standings. McPherson shot an even-par 71
in round one and a one-under par 70 in the second and has a five-stroke lead
over Gautreaux. Gautreaux shot a one-over par 72 in the second round and
has a 146 total for the first two rounds.

Alabama’s Darby Sligh, the leader after the first round with a
tournament record tying score of 68, shot a 22-over par score of 93 and fell
into a tie for 33rd-place.

Florida State, which improved on its first round score by 10
strokes, shot a 313 in the second round. The Seminoles are in eighth place
in the team standings.

Florida State’s All-America candidate Kristin Tamulis moved into a
tie for 20th-place in the individual standings with a five-over par score of
77 in the second round. Seminole teammate Kelley Henderson shot a six-over
par 77 and moved into a tie for 24th-place in the individual standings.

The Southeastern Conference maintained its conference lead over the
Atlantic Coast Conference. Led by Florida and Mississippi State, the SEC
has three teams in the top five and four in the top eight. Wake Forest,
which is tied for second, is the highest ranking ACC team. There are two
ACC teams in the top five.

The tournament concludes Sunday with a shotgun start at 8:00 p.m.
Auburn which won the team title last season, and Celeste Troche of Auburn,
who won the individual championship, are not participating in this year’s
event.

                         Dodge ACC/SEC Inv. Shootout
                         The Raven                Destin, FL
                         Dates: 09/28 - 09/30     (Today:09-29-2001)
                                   Par:        71
                                   Yardage:  5937      

Fin. School Scores 1 Florida, U. of 294 304 598 +30 2 Mississippi St. U. 303 306 609 +41 Wake Forest Univ. 301 308 609 +41 4 South Carolina, U of 309 302 611 +43 5 North Carolina, U of 300 315 615 +47 6 Furman University 316 304 620 +52 7 Alabama, U. of 298 323 621 +53 8 Florida State Univ. 323 313 636 +68 9 North Carolina State 323 322 645 +77 10 Kentucky, U. of 325 321 646 +78 11 Maryland, U. of 334 338 672 +104

Fin. Name School Scores 1 Kristy McPherson S Carolina 71 70 141 -1

2 Adrienne Gautreaux S Carolina 74 72 146 +4

3 Anna Gertsson Miss. St. 73 75 148 +6

4 Sarah Johnston Alabama 73 76 149 +7 Jeanne Cho Florida 75 74 149 +7 Caroline Stetler Wk. Forest 74 75 149 +7 Amanda Dick Florida 76 73 149 +7

8 Andrea Vander Lende Florida 71 79 150 +8 Whitney Code Florida 72 78 150 +8

10 Jennifer Perri Furman 78 73 151 +9 Ashley Prange N Carolina 77 74 151 +9 Natalie Booth Miss. St. 76 75 151 +9

13 Nuria Clau Wk. Forest 75 77 152 +10 Deborah Means Wk. Forest 79 73 152 +10 Shelley McKevitt N Carolina 77 75 152 +10

16 Anna Knutsson Miss. St. 76 78 154 +12 Brandi Jackson Furman 79 75 154 +12

18 Beth Lever N Carolina 73 82 155 +13 Leigh Turner Furman 79 76 155 +13

20 Kristin Tamulis Florida St 79 77 156 +14

21 Brittany Straza Florida 78 79 157 +15 Kelly Anders Kentucky 77 80 157 +15 Abby Spector N Carolina 73 84 157 +15

24 Kelley Henderson Florida St 81 77 158 +16 Rachel Lester Kentucky 80 78 158 +16

26 Alison Curdt Florida St 80 79 159 +17 Leslie Stubblefield NC State 78 81 159 +17 Sarah Bonner NC State 80 79 159 +17 *Katie Quinney Florida St 80 79 159 +17

30 Sarah Johnston Furman 80 80 160 +18 Kory Thompson S Carolina 83 77 160 +18

30 *Reetta Laakkonen S Carolina 78 82 160 +18

33 Janet Dyer Miss. St. 83 78 161 +19 Kathryn Brenny Wk. Forest 78 83 161 +19 Darby Sligh Alabama 68 93 161 +19 Carter Crowther Maryland 79 82 161 +19 Beth Irwin Miss. St. 78 83 161 +19 Maria Beautell Wk. Forest 74 87 161 +19

39 Mandy Tedder Alabama 77 85 162 +20 Jenny Bouvin Alabama 80 82 162 +20

41 Towa Okiyama Kentucky 80 83 163 +21 Erica Wein NC State 84 79 163 +21

43 Malin Claesson NC State 81 83 164 +22 Carrie Sordel Florida St 83 81 164 +22 Erica Boozman Alabama 84 80 164 +22

46 Kacy Thompson S Carolina 82 83 165 +23 Alison Zimmer Florida St 85 80 165 +23

48 Sarah Kidd S Carolina 82 85 167 +25

49 Marie Harper Maryland 85 83 168 +26 Eva Gessner Kentucky 88 80 168 +26 *Tyler Johnson Florida St 84 84 168 +26

52 Kristen Shew Maryland 86 83 169 +27

53 Gwen Watson NC State 86 84 170 +28

54 Katie Redeker Maryland 84 90 174 +32 Stacy Springer Kentucky 89 85 174 +32 *Kim Best Florida 85 89 174 +32

57 Cimmie Shahan Furman 89 86 175 +33

58 Romi Irons N Carolina 85 91 176 +34

59 Stacey Wolejko Maryland 87 90 177 +35 *Ashley Moffett Miss. St. 85 92 177 +35

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