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Curdt And Larsson Lead Women’s Golf Team At Lady Gator

March 9, 2004

Florida State University senior Alison Curdt and sophomore Caroline Larsson were the top individual FSU finishers and the Seminole women’s golf team finished in 13th place at the Lady Gator Invitational at the University of Florida Golf Course. Larsson led the Seminoles with a final round score of 76 as Florida State wrapped up play in their first event of the year.

No. 1 Duke remained undefeated this season as the Blue Devils took the top spot with a three-round total of 878, which ties for seventh-best in tournament history. Sixth-ranked Ohio State finished second with a score of 911 and No. 17 Michigan State was close behind with 914 strokes to finish in third. No. 15 Florida tied with No. 8 Auburn (919) to round out the top four teams.

Larsson (Danderyd, Sweden) improved her individual place by 17 positions as she carded a six-over par score of 76 in the final round. It was Larsson’s best round of the tournament and the second best of the event for the Seminole individuals.

Curdt (St. Louis, Mo.) finished in a tied for 40th place with Larsson in the individual standings. She carded her best round of the event – a 77 – in the first round.

Senior Katie Quinney (Atlantic Beach, Fla.), junior Kristina Prestipino (Coral Springs, Fla.) and freshman Jaclyn Burch (Wildwood, Mo) also participated in the event for the Seminoles.

Florida State continues its spring schedule as it travels to play at the Lady Gamecock Classic in Blythewood, S.C. beginning Friday.

Lady Gator Invitational/March 7-9, 2004/Par 70
University of Florida Golf Course/Gainesville, Fla.

13 Florida State 312 325 321 958
T40 Alison Curdt 77 80 80 237
T40 Caroline Larsson 80 81 76 237
T43 Katie Quinney 73 83 82 238
T73 Jaclyn Burch 82 81 83 246
84 Kristina Prestipino 88 90 87 265

Lady Gator Invitational/March 7-9, 2004/Par 70
University of Florida Golf Course/Gainesville, Fla.

1. Duke 878 9. South Florida 945
2. Ohio State 911 10. Purdue 947
3. Michigan State 914 11. Arkansas 949
4. Florida 919 12. Oklahoma 954
Auburn 919 13. Florida State 958
6. Oklahoma State 922 14. Virginia 960
Tennessee 922 15. UCF 987
8. Vanderbilt 932
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