April 20, 2002
CLEMMONS, N.C. – The Florida State women’s golf team shot a 304 on Saturday to remain in fourth place heading into the final round of the 14th annual 2002 Women’s Golf Championship at Salem Glen Country Club. After fighting off ominous skies to finish out the second round of women’s golf, it was junior Kristin Tamulis who led the Seminoles in the second round, shooting an even par 72, putting her in fifth place overall with a two-day total of 147. Senior Alison Zimmer, who shot a 77 on Saturday, is also among the top 10 individually with a two-day score of 149.
After shooting eight-under par, Duke turned in a 284-team score for the second day to remain in first place as freshman Niloufar Aazam-Zanganeh shot the lowest score of 70 for the day. Virada Nirapathpongporn and Kristina Engstrom of Duke are tied for first place (141). Wake Forest moved into second place after shooting a team score of 298. Nuria Clau secured fourth place after shooting even par for both rounds (144). NC State is four strokes behind Wake shooting 23-over par. For the Wolfpack, Malin Claesson and Colby Cobb are in the four-way tie for eighth place (149). Following fourth-place Florida State (605) is the North Carolina Tar Heels who moved up a notch with leader Ashley Prange in a two-way tie for 12th place (150). Maryland dropped one spot to round out the field at sixth place. The Terrapins have shot a team score of 622 for the tournament.
FSU sophomore Carrie Sordel shot a 78, putting her in a tie for 12th overall, followed by sophomores Alison Curdt, who is tied for 27th with a two-day total of 159, and Katie Quinney, who is in 29th place overall with a 162.
The final round of action will begin Sunday at 8:30 a.m. at the Salem Glen Country Club in Clemmons, N.C. Maryland, North Carolina and Florida State will tee off at 8:30 a.m. and NC State, Wake Forest and Duke will tee off at 9:20 a.m.
Salem Glen C.C., Clemmons, NC Par: 72 Yardage: 6411
Fin. Top 20 Teams Scores 1 Duke University 284 284 568 2 Wake Forest Univ. 297 298 595 3 North Carolina State 295 304 599 4 Florida State Univ. 301 304 605 5 North Carolina, U of 311 304 615 6 Maryland, U. of 306 316 622