Lady Rebel Golf Moves up to Seventh Place at Liz Murphy Classic



April 3, 1999

ATHENS, Ga. - Ole Miss junior Robyn Rinaldo shot a three-over par 76 to lead the Lady Rebel golf team's move into the top 10 of the Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic standings on Saturday. The Murphy Classic is being held at the par-73 University Golf Course on the Georgia campus.

The Lady Rebels were in 12th place following Friday's first round, but jumped to the seventh spot after shooting a 301 in the second round. Ole Miss' team score of 301 was the second lowest of the second round, as Georgia shot a 291 to lead the field. Ole Miss is in seventh place with a two-day score of 621. Georgia remained in first place with a two-day score of 584, with Furman in second place at 613.

Rinaldo is still tied for 14th with her score of 153 after round two. Freshman Kim Tudor and sophomore Marci Kornegay made the biggest moves for the Lady Rebels in the second round. Kornegay shot a one-over par 74 in round two, while Tudor was two-over par at 75. Both Tudor and Kornegay are tied for 24th place, moving up from the 44th and 53rd spots, respectively.

Senior Megan Breen also had a solid second round for the Lady Rebels. After shooting an 82 in round one, Breen responded with a three-over par 76 in Saturday's second round and moved up in the individual standings from 60th place to 42nd. Sophomore Teresa Brown is tied for 74th(167). Freshman Lynn Ann Moretto, who is playing as an individual in the classic, is tied for 67thwith a score of 163.

Georgia's Shauna Estes is still in first place after two rounds of play, shooting a four-under par 142. Ohio State's Natalie Mosher is in second place with a two-under par 144.

The Murphy Classic continues on Sunday with final-round play.

Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic
Athens, Ga. (hosted by University of Georgia)

TEAM STANDINGS (after second round)
1.  Georgia                293-291 - 584
2.  Furman                 309-304 - 613
t3. Auburn                 314-302 - 616
t3. LSU                    308-308 - 616
5.  Ohio State             313-304 - 617
6.  Tennessee              317-302 - 619
7.  Ole Miss               320-301 - 621
8.  Indiana                310-313 - 623
9.  South Carolina         313-315 - 628
t10. Texas                 320-309 - 629
t10. Arkansas              312-317 - 629
t12. Alabama               315-322 - 637
t12. UNC Greensboro        326-311 - 637
14.  Iowa                  323-318 - 641
15.  Southern Illinois     324-318 - 642
16.  Mississippi St.       319-324 - 643
t17. UNC Wilmington        337-320 - 657
t17. Memphis               336-321 - 657

OLE MISS RESULTS t14. Robyn Rinaldo 77-76 - 153 t24. Kim Tudor 80-75 - 155 t24. Marci Kornegay 81-74 - 155 t42. Megan Breen 82-76 - 158 t67. Lynn Ann Moretto* 83-80 - 163 t74. Teresa Brown 84-83 - 167 * denotes competing as individual

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