Lady Raiders tied for 5th after 18 holesSeptember 20, 2004 · MT Media Relations
"The conditions today really kept the scores down and I was very pleased with the way our girls handled the situation," said Head Coach Rachael Short. "We put ourselves in a good situation to move up with tomorrow's final round. A top five here would be great because of the tough field and challenging course."
Senior Kristin Lynch (Tullahoma, Tenn.) picked up where she left off in the spring by pacing the Lady Raiders with a 75 on Monday. Lynch's effort has her tied for sixth overall. True freshman Taryn Durham (Glasgow, Kent.) carded a 79 to tie for 19th.
The Lady Raiders will tee off Tuesday morning for the final round of the 36-hole event. The tournament was shortened to 36 holes due to Hurricane Ivan.
Mississippi State 309
Ole Miss 316
Middle Tennessee 320
Murray State 321
Birmingham Southern 321
Jacksonville State 321
Augusta State 325
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