Lady Tigers Finish 7th in North Carolina Tournament
Go Tigers!
Go Tigers!

Go Tigers!

Oct. 8, 2000

Chapel Hill, NC - Duke University had a 14 shot lead going into Sunday's final round of the Franklin Street Trust/Tarheel Invitational Golf Tournament and when the last putt rolled in, Duke had won the event by 19 shots over their next closest opponent. Tennessee placed second in the tournament, which is considered one of the strongest fields of the fall in women's collegiate golf.

Duke was the only team to break 900 for the event finishing with a score of 894. The Lady Vols came in with a 913, while Georgia was third at 922. South Florida and Furman rounded out the top five. Memphis, which entered the final round in a tie for fifth place, slipped to seventh after posting a team score of 328 on Sunday and finishing with a 943.

Duke's Candy Hannemann and Leigh Anne Hardin tied for medalist honors with scores of four over par 220. The Lady Tigers placed two golfers in the top twenty as Marianne Ruud and Meaghan Francella tied for 20th with scores of 232.

MEMPHIS INDIVIDUALS: T20 Marianne Ruud 73-77-82--232 T20 Meaghan Francella 72-76-84--232 T41 Abby More 78-83-79--240 T55 Sandra Hellsvik 80-80-83--243 T69 Jennifer Jaszek 81-79-88--248

TEAM SCORES: 1. Duke 295-290-309--894 2. Tennessee 301-301-311--913 3. Georgia 300-310-312--922 4. South Florida 305-313-314--932 5. Furman 303-315-317--935 6. Vanderbilt 306-316-315--937 7. Memphis 303-312-328--943 8. Florida 307-311-326--944 9. Kentucky 309-314-323--946 9. South Carolina 308-317-321--946 11. Wake Forest 298-316-333--947 12. North Carolina 315-313-327--955 13. Tulane 320-317-323--960 14. Florida State 321-312-329--962 15. NC-Greensboro 314-325-335--974 16. NC-Wilmington 317-327-332--976 17. North Carolina State 338-337-341--1016


 

 

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