Lady Raiders Tie for 16th at Myrtle Beach

September 8, 2002 · MT Media Relations
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Sophomore Amanda Harter shot her third consecutive round in the 70's and Tullahoma's Kristin Lynch had the squad's low score of the day with a 78 for the Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders in the final round of the Unlimited Potential/Bay Tree Invitational in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The squad finished tied for 16th in the field of 36 teams.

Lynch struggled in the first two rounds of the tournament but fired a six-over-par 78 Sunday to lead the Lady Raiders, her second-best round as a collegian after firing a 75 at last year's Sun Belt Championships.

Harter becomes only the third player to take top individual honors at a tournament for the Lady Raiders, finishing at 233 after rounds of 75-79-79. Tamara Munsch was the top individual at every tournament last season, with Kandace Burnett tying Munsch at the conference championships.

Munsch fired her second-straight round in the 70's with a 79 on Sunday, followed by Burnett with an 83 and Grace Holmes with an 84. The Lady Raiders shot 323-319-319-961 in the three rounds as a team, the third best team total in school history.

For more information on the tournament and complete results, log on to www.cougars.cofc.edu.

Final Tournament Scores
Amanda Harter: 75-79-79-233
Kandace Burnett: 82-77-79-239
Tamara Munsch: 82-82-83-247
Grace Holmes: 83-81-84-248
Kristin Lynch: 88-85-78-251

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