May 21, 1999
TULSA, Okla. – The Florida State women’s golf team heads into the final round of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships in 13th place. The Lady Seminoles have a three round team total of 940 to trail the leader, Duke University by 45 shots. Second place Georgia is eight strokes behind Duke after their best round of the Tournament, a 299.
FSU senior Erika Iding paced the Lady Seminoles with a team-best 77 in the third round of the NCAA Championships. Iding is 21 strokes over-par and tied for 48th. Senior Amy Bond, tied for 35th, shot an 81 in round three after firing two straight 75’s to open the Championships. Seniors Sarah Capie and Amy Spooner shot 83 and 84, respectively. Sophomore Louise Wright fired a third round 82 to put her in 63rd place for the Championships.
Arizona State’s Grace Park remains in the lead after three rounds. In round three, Park fell behind Duke’s Candy Hannemann by two strokes before rallying to finish the round one stroke ahead. Park sits one-under par for the Tournament, while Hanneman is at even-par, 213.
Duke University remains in the lead heading into the final round on Saturday. The Blue Devils fired a 298 to bounce back from their second round 309. Duke still holds the lowest single day team total, after firing an opening round 288. The University of Arizona had the low total for round three, firing a 292 to move from eighth place into fourth place.
The final round of the NCAA Championships will get underway at 8 a.m. central time from the Tulsa Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. ESPN2 will show the final round on tape delay on Sunday.
NCAA WOMEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS LEADERBOARD
Top 10 Schools After Three Rounds
1. Duke 895 +43 2. Georgia 903 +51 Arizona State 903 +51 4. Arizona 904 +52 5. Pepperdine 911 +59 6. Tulsa 913 +61 7. Southern Cal 914 +62 8. Stanford 916 +64 9. Texas 921 +69 10. LSU 923 +71