October 27, 2007 - by
Silva Leads Seminole Women’s Golf Team At University of Alabama Intercollegiate

Oct. 27, 2007




TUSCALOOSA, Ala. –
Florida State University freshman Macarena Silva shot a career-low 72 and the Seminoles moved into 14th place in the team standings after two rounds of the University of Alabama/Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate at the NorthRiver Golf Club. Silva led the Seminoles with a one-over par score and helped the team improve their second round score by 17 stokes as compared to the first round total.

No. 6 Arkansas maintained its lead in the team standings and holds a one-stroke lead over Louisville heading into Sunday’s final round. Stefanie Kenoyer of Furman and Stacy Lewis of Arkansas are tied for the individual lead with identical two-round scores of 144.

Silva (Santiago, Chile) led the Seminoles with a one-over par of 72 as she improved her individual standing by 40 positions. After shooting an 81 and landing in a tie for 76th place after the first round, Silva is now in a tie for 36th place with a two-round total of 153. After carding only one birdie and nine bogeys in the first round, Silva finished with two birdies and only three bogeys in the second round.

The Seminoles, who are only nine strokes from moving into the top 10 in team standings, will play their final round of the three-round tournament Sunday.

University of Alabama/Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate/Par 71/Second Round FSU Results
NorthRiver Golf Course/Tuscaloosa, Ala./Oct. 26-28, 2007
14/18.  Florida State      318   301   619
T24.    Caroline Westrup   76    75    151
T36.    Macarena Silva     81    72    153
T62.    Whitney Brummett   80    77    157
73.     Whitney Wright     82    77    159
T87.    Lacey Agnew        81    82    163

University of Alabama/Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate/Par 71/Second Round FSU Results
NorthRiver Golf Course/Tuscaloosa, Ala./Oct. 26-28, 2007
1.   Arkansas         595   T9.    Louisiana State      609
2.   Louisville       596   11.    Ole Miss	        611
3.   Notre Dame       597   T12.   Texas                612
4.   Furman           600   T12.   Kentucky             612
5.   Auburn           601   14.    Florida State        619
6.   Central Florida  603   15.    Mississippi State    621
7.   Alabama          605   16.    Kansas               629
8.   Florida          607   17.    Kansas               629
T9.  South Carolina   608   18.    Samford              654

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