Lady Tigers in Eighth After Two Rounds at Pat Bradley
Feb. 21, 2006
For Immediate Release
MIAMI - Led by junior Stacey Tate who is tied for fourth individually, the University of Memphis women's golf team finished the first two rounds of the Pat Bradley Women's Golf Championship in eighth place on Tuesday.
Memphis shot a two round 616 and trail first place Augusta State by 17 strokes. Tate paced the Lady Tigers with a 2-under 71 in the first round, following it up with a 2-over 75 in the second. The New Zealand native is three strokes behind the leader, Georgia State's Lisbeth Meincke.
Freshman Kayla Stewart carded the team's second lowest round of the day with an even-par 73 in the opening 18. The first round score is a new low for the Cookeville, Tenn., native who averaged 79.8 in the fall. Stewart finished the day tied for 22nd, shooting a two-round 154.
Freshman Rachel Larson and sophomore transfer Dawn-Marie Conaty both shot a pair of 79s and are tied for 45th with a 158. Senior Bernie Rosero, in her first tournament of the season, heads into the final round tied for 70th with a 162.
The Lady Tigers will play the third and final round of the tournament hosted by Florida International on Wednesday.
Pat Bradley Women's Golf Championship
8 Memphis, Univ. of 302 314 616 T4 Stacey Tate 71 75 146 T22 Kayla Stewart 73 81 154 T45 Rachel Larson 79 79 158 T45 Dawn-Marie Conaty 79 79 158 T70 Bernie Rosero 80 82 162