Women's Golf Finishes 12th in JMU Lady Dukes Invitational

Sunday, April 08, 2001

Johnson City, Tenn.-- East Tennessee State junior Catalina Zuluaga shot a second-round 77 to finish in a tie for sixth place (75-77=152) and lead the Buccaneer women’s golf team to a 12th place team finish in the James Madison University Lady Dukes Invitational.

East Tennessee State shot a second-round 327 (321-327=648) to finish 32 strokes behind team champion, the University of Maryland.

Zuluaga finished in a six-way tie, four shots back of individual medalists Ellen Berg of Longwood College and Freddie Seeholzer of Rollins College. Junior Mimmie Dymling was the next Buccaneer finisher, tying for 20th at 13-over par (77-80=157). Freshman Kristen Fletcher finished in a tie for 39th after shooting a final-round 80 (80-81=161). Sophomore Amanda Ovington fired a 90 on the second day, placing her in a 76th (88-90=178). Sophomore Susan McKinney rounded out ETSU’s day on the links, finishing in 80th (93-92=185).

The ETSU women’s golf team returns to action on April 15-17 at the Southern Conference Women’s Golf Championships in Boone, N.C.

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