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Tamulis Continues To Pace Seminole Golf Team At Lady Gamecock Classic

March 16, 2002




BLYTHEWOOD, S.C –
Florida State’s Kristin Tamulis moved into a tie for 13th-place in the individual standings and the Seminole women’s golf team is in tenth place after two rounds of the Lady Gamecock Classic at the University Club. Tamulis improved her individual standing by six positions and the Seminoles moved into the top-10 – an improvement of one position in the team standings.


Tamulis (Naples, Fla.) shot a three-over par 75 in Saturday’s second round and is currently in a group of six players who have carded scores of 149 through the first two rounds. Her score of 149 is eight strokes less than her 36-hole total of 157 in the Seminoles’ first tournament of the season and is the third best two-round score of her collegiate career. The junior All-America candidate is looking to move up in the standings and earn her ninth career top-15 individual finish.


Sophomore Carrie Sordel (Windermere, Fla.) continued to play well as she shot a team-best one-over par 73 and moved into a tie for 22nd-place in the individual standings. Sordel was one of only six players in the tournament to card a 73 or lower in Saturday’s second round. She improved her individual standing by 24 spots after beginning the day tie for 46th-place. Sordel has shot 73 or better in two of her last three rounds and three times in her collegiate career.


In addition to the improvements by Tamulis and Sordel, sophomore Katie Quinney (Atlantic Beach, Fla.) and senior Alison Zimmer (Tallahassee, Fla.) also improved their individual standings. Quinney carded a 79 in round two and moved up from a tie for 65th-place into a tie for 59th-place. Zimmer also carded a 79 and improved her individual standing by four places. Sophomore Alison Curdt (St. Louis, Mo.) is also competing for the Seminoles.


Third-ranked and four-time tournament defending champion Duke shot a two-under par 286 and moved into first place. The Blue Devils lead eighth ranked Texas by 15 strokes with one round to play on the par-72, 5,996-yard course. Duke’s Niloufar Aazam-Zanganeh had a three-under par score of 69 Saturday and leads the individual standings with a two-round total of 140.


Lady Gamecock Classic/March 15-16-17, 2002
The University Club/Blythewood, S.C. (Florida State Individuals – Round 2)

10/15 Florida State 310 306 316
T13 Kristin Tamulis 74 75 149
T22 Carrie Sordel 78 73 151
T59 Katie Quinney 82 79 161
T59 Alison Curdt 76 85 161
T67 Alison Zimmer 84 79 163


Lady Gamecock Classic/March 15-16-17, 2002
The University Club/Blythewood, S.C. (Team – Round 2)

1. Duke 576 9. North Carolina 613
2. Texas 591 10. Florida State 616
3. South Carolina 595 11. Louisiana State 621
4. New Mexico 598 12. Texas A&M 625
5. Tennessee 602 13. Kentucky 627
6. Purdue 603 14. Furman 629
Vanderbilt 603 15. Alabama 633
8. Wake Forest 611
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