Nov. 2, 2000
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The Florida State University women’s golf team is ranked 49th in the nation in the latest GolfWeek.com national rankings. The Seminoles recently completed their fall season, which saw them earn two top 10, and five top 15 team finishes.
The Seminoles are ranked fourth among Atlantic Coast Conference teams. Duke is the nation’s No. 1-ranked team and is followed by No. 19 Wake Forest, No. 36 North Carolina and Florida State. Florida State was judged to have played the nation’s 18th-toughest schedule and finished ahead of teams ranked in the top 25 three times during the fall.
Senior Louise Wright (Ipswich, England) led the Seminoles with a 77.21 per round average during the fall season. She competed in five tournaments (14 total rounds) and shot 75 or below in five rounds. Her low score of 73 came in the second round of the Tar Heel Invitational on Oct. 7 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Sophomore Kristin Tamulis (Naples, Fla.) also shot well during the five fall tournaments as she averaged a 79.29 for the season. She too, played in all five tournaments and all 14 rounds during the season. She finished in a tie for 12th-place at the inaugural Dodge ACC/SEC Shootout at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort.
Debbie Dillman coaches the Seminoles. She is in her 17th season as Florida State’s head coach and is a current member of the NCAA Division I women’s golf committee.