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Sept. 12, 1997

Central Florida Leads Lady Seminole Invitational

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The University of Central Florida is in first place after
the first round of the Lady Seminole Invitational at the Seminole Golf
Course. The Golden Knights posted an opening round score of 301 to stand
three strokes ahead of Tulane University and the University of Mississippi.
Mississippi St. and Kentucky are tied for fourth with team totals of 306.

Robyn Rinaldo of Mississippi fired a three-under par 70 to take a two
stroke lead over Jennifer Krupa of South Alabama. Line Berg of Central
Florida is three strokes off the pace.

The Lady Seminoles stand in sixth place with a team total of 308.
Florida State was led by junior Erica Iding, who shot a round of 75. Aguri
Okura finished the day tied for 15th after posting a 76. Sarah Capie is
tied for 21st with a 77. Amy Spooner and Amy Bond are currently tied for
46th after rounds of 80.

The second round of the Lady Seminole Invitational will take place
tomorrow morning with tee times starting at 8:00 a.m.

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