April 19, 2002
CLEMMONS, N.C. – The Florida State women’s golf team is in fourth place with a team score of 301 after the first round in the 14th annual ACC Women’s Golf Championship at Salem Glen Golf Course in Clemmons, N.C. FSU was led by senior Alison Zimmer and sophomore Carrie Sordel, who placed in a four-way tie for fourth place after shooting a 72. Junior Kristin Tamulis placed in a tie for 14th overall with a 75 while sophomores Katie Quinney and Alison Curdt rounded out the FSU scoring, each shooting an 82 for 27th place.
Duke is 11 strokes ahead with a score of 284, leading the 2002 field after the first round The Blue Devils are off to a hot start with Virada Nirapathpongporn and Kristina Engstrom tied for first place shooting 70 and Candy Hannemann sits in second place with a 71. NC State finished in second place with a score of 295. Malin Claesson leads the Wolfpack tied for fourth place shooting 72. Colby Cobb is in a two-way tie for eighth place with a 73 score. Wake Forest is two strokes behind NC State in third place (297). Nuria Clau leads the Deacs tied for fourth place with a 72 18-hole score. Deb Means is tied for 10th place (74). Maryland shot a team score of 306 for fifth place with Katie Redeker shooting a 74 to lead the Terrapins. Rounding out the field is North Carolina in sixth place after the first day of action, shooting a 311. Tar Heel Ashley Prange is tied for 10th place to lead the Heels.
The second round of action will begin tomorrow morning at 8:30 at the Salem Glen Country Club in Clemmons, N.C.
ACC Women's Golf Championships - Round 1 Salem Glen Country Club Par 72 / 6,441 yards
1 Duke 284 -4 2 NC State 295 +7 3 Wake Forest 297 +9 4 Florida State 301 +13 5 Maryland 306 +18 6 North Carolina 311 +23