Lady Raiders Tie for 6th at Lady Panther Intercollegiate

October 30, 2001 · MT Media Relations
ATLANTA, Ga. - In its final golf tournament of the fall season, Middle Tennessee finished in a tie for sixth at the Lady Panther Intercollegiate. The Lady Raiders shot a 324 in the final round of the weather shortened tournament. Due to heavy frost on Monday morning the tournament was changed from a 54-hole event to a 36-hole event.

"We played better today than we did Monday, but we still left a lot of shots on the course," head coach Kim St. John said. "Overall, I am pleased with the way we continued to get better as the season went along. For a first year program, I thought we did okay. Now we have to learn from our experiences and be prepared for a great spring season."

Tamara Munsch was once again the Lady Raiders' top finisher by placing in a tie for 13th with a two round total of 161. Munsch shot an 80 in Tuesday's final round. Kandace Burnett played one of her best tournaments by finishing in a tie for 18th only one shot back of Munsch with a 162.

Kristin Lynch carded a round of 80 on Tuesday to place in a tie for 22nd with a 164, while teammate Amanda Harter finished 36th with a 170. Kemmerlee Pennington completed the scoring with a 179 to tie for 41st.

TEAM SCORES: 1. Georgia State (318-308=626)
2. Charleston Southern (323-311=634)
3. Jacksonville State (320-315=635)
4. Southern Miss (321-326=647)
5. Princeton (318-331=649) 6. East Tennessee State (335-320=655)
Middle Tennessee (331-324=655)
8. Birmingham Southern (337-330=667)
9. South Alabama (345-342=687)

MT SCORES: Tamara Munsch (81-80=161/T13); Kandace Burnett (81-81=162/T18); Kristin Lynch (84-80=164/T22); Amanda Harter (87-83=170/36th); Kemmerlee Pennington (85-94=179/T41st)

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