October 30, 2003 - by
Seminole Women’s Golf Team Closes Fall At Landfall Tradition

Oct. 30, 2003

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The Florida State women’s golf team closes out its fall season as it travels to North Carolina to compete in the second annual Landfall Tradition which takes place at the Country Club of Landfall’s Jack Nicklaus course. The Seminoles, who are ranked 35th nationally, are led by senior Katie Quinney who is ranked No. 73 in the nation according to GolfWeek Magazine.


THE UNC WILMINGTON LANDFALL TRADITION FIELD
Florida State is joined by No. 26 Arkansas, No. 19 Furman, No. 33 Indiana, Louisville, No. 5 New Mexico, North Carolina-Wilmington, Penn State, No. 18 Tulane, No. 17 Tulsa, Virginia and Wisconsin in the Landfall Tradition. A total of seven teams ranked in the nation’s top 35 are among the 12 teams scheduled to compete in the event.


FLORIDA STATE PLACES EIGHTH IN CHRYSLER ACC/SEC CHALLENGE
The Florida State women’s golf team placed eighth in the fourth annual Chrysler ACC/SEC Challenge. Due to inclement weather the third round of the tournament was canceled. The final score after two rounds had the Seminoles finishing eighth — one stroke behind seventh place Alabama. No. 1 ranked Duke was named team champion of the Chrysler ACC/SEC Challenge and the ACC was declared the conference champion for the first time in the four-year history of the event.


SOLID FINISH
The Seminoles’ top finisher at the fourth annual ACC/SEC Challenge was senior Katie Quinney (Atlantic Beach, Fla.) who finished 12th in the field of 60 participants. The 12th place finish was the ninth top 15 finish of her career. Quinney also shot her second lowest round of the season with a 72 in the first round of the event.


QUINNEY AND FLORIDA STATE CONTINUE TO PLAY WELL
Senior Katie Quinney has finished in the top 15 in the individual in each of Florida State’s three events and will look to earn her fourth consecutive top 15 finish at the Landfall Tradition. She finished third at the University of Alabama Intercollegiate and sixth at the New Mexico State University Tournament. In addition, Florida State has earned three consecutive top-10 team finishes to begin the 2003 fall season. The Seminoles won the team title at the Alabama Intercollegiate and finished fifth at the New Mexico State University Tournament.


TOP THAT
Freshman Jaclyn Burch (Wildwood, Mo.) shot a career low 74 in the second and final round of the Chrysler ACC/SEC Challenge. Senior Katie Quinney shot a season low two round total of 223 (+7) in the same tournament.


SEMINOLES AT LAST YEARS LANDFALL TRADITION
Former Seminole Kristin Tamulis shot a 68 in the third round to finish in second place in the individual standings and the Seminole women’s golf team finished second in the team standings at the 2002 Landfall Tradition. The second place team finish was Florida State’s highest of the fall season and allowed the Seminoles to finish ahead of two teams ranked ahead of them in the national rankings including No. 16 Purdue.


SEMINOLE WOMEN’S GOLF STATISTICS (FALL 2003)
Name Tourn. Rounds Par -75 Low Strokes Avg.

Katie Quinney 3 7 1 4 71 520 74.29
Alison Curdt 3 7 1 2 70 534 76.29
Tyler Johnson 1 2 0 1 75 153 76.50
Caroline Larsson 3 7 0 0 76 540 77.14
Carrie Sordel 3 7 0 2 73 548 78.29
Jaclyn Burch 3 7 0 1 74 551 78.71
Kristina Prestipino 1 2 0 0 79 167 83.50
Gemma Harris 1 2 0 0 77 165 87.50
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