Buccaneers Finish Seventh at Pat Bradley Championship

Sunday, November 03, 2002

Las Croabas, Puerto Rico (Johnson City, Tenn.) - East Tennessee State's women's golf team finished seventh at the Pat Bradley Championship hosted by Florida International University and held in Las Croabas Puerto Rico. The Buccaneers were led by freshman Ashley Barton (Seffner, Fla.) who shot an 82 for the day. Alysa Few (London, Ontario) and Danielle O'Reilly (Vancouver, British Columbia)shot an 83 and were followed by Robin McCarley (Johnson City, Tenn.) and junior Kristen Fletcher (Cookeville, Tenn.) who both shot an 84 for their rounds. ETSU shot a combined 332 on the day, dropping the Buccaneers from sixth to seventh place and one shot behind Florida International. South Florida won the tournament with a three day combined score of 35 over par (899) followed by Nebraska and Illinois. The Pat Bradley Championship marks ETSU's final tournament of the fall season.
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