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Womens Golfers Compete at Cougar Fall Invitational
Monday, October 09, 2000
Johnson City, Tenn.-- Senior Mimmie Dymling shot a 21-over par 163 over the first two rounds to lead the Lady Buc golfers to a tenth-place total of 676 with one round to go in the Cougar Fall Classic from Charleston, S.C.
Dymling is currently in a tie for 27th place individually in the event. Junior Catalina Zuluaga, coming off of a strong performance at the East Carolina Invitational last week, shot a two-round total of 165 to place her in a tie for 31st. Rounding out ETSU's day on the links were the remaining three Lady Buc golfers finishing within three strokes of each other with sophomore Amanda Ovington at 178 (T53th), sophomore Kristen Fletcher at 179 (T55th) and sophomore Lauren Rice at 180 (59th).
ETSU is currently 48 shots behind the tournament leaders, the host College of Charleston Cougars, who shot a two-round score of 628 (+52). East Carolina is only one shot behind the Cougars in second at 629 (+53). Jennifer Bridwell of College of Charleston and Jessica Kransny are tied for the individual lead at 9-over par (153).
Final round play from the Cougar Fall Classic will begin Tuesday morning from the Patriots Point Golf Links in Mount Pleasant, S.C.