Teesha Ash carded a around of 72 today.
April 3, 2004
Head Coach Judi Pavon's golf squad improved to seventh place on the second day of the Bryan National Collegiate at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N.C., as the team posted a two-day 596 (302-294). Duke opened up what may be an insurmountable lead with a five-under 571 (289-282), while Vanderbilt's May Wood moved into the top individual spot with a four-under 140 (72-68).
As for the Orange and White, sophomore Violeta Retamoza (Aguascalientes, Mexico) paced UT with an 11th-place-tying 146 (74-72), while senior Mary Jan Fernandez (Henderson, Nev.) is in an 18th-place tie with a 148 (74-74). Junior Teesha Ash (Chattanooga, Tenn.) increased her lot by nearly 20 spots by posting a 151 (79-72) to tie for 35th place, while sophomore Golda Johansson (Lund, Sweden) fell into a 54th-place tie with a 155 (75-80). Junior Jessica Shepley (Oakville, Ontario, Canada) rounded out the UT effort with a 159 (83-76) to tie for 72nd place.
Next up, the Lady Vols conclude the tournament on Sunday with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Bryan National Collegiate
At Bryan Park (Greensboro, N.C.)
|15.||North Carolina State||317-306=623|
|Top Scorer (field=90):|
|1.||May Wood, Vanderbilt||72-68=140|
|t18.||Mary Jan Fernandez||74-74=148|