Women's Golf Moves Up The Leaderboard At M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate

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Stani Schiavone (photo by Joshua McCoy)

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Stani Schiavone (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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April 6, 2013

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OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss women’s golf team made a move up the leaderboard in the second round of the M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate Saturday, moving up three spots after carding a 291 in the second round.

The Rebels are in seventh place in the 18-team tournament with a two-day score of 301-291—592. The 291 marks the lowest round for the Rebels this season. Coastal Carolina continues to lead the field with a 3-under 573 (284-289), which ties the Ole Miss tournament record for second-lowest 36-hole score.

Ole Miss’ Abby Newton recorded five birdies on her way to firing a career-best round of 71 today and is tied for seventh (73-71—144).

“What I liked about today is they came out on a mission,” head coach Michele Drinkard said.  “They stuck to their process, they got in their own space and they had tunnel vision to the flag and that’s all it takes. You stay in that process and you are going to play well because you are never thinking about the outcome. And that’s the plan for tomorrow.”

Stani Schiavone carded a 72 on Saturday and is in a tie for 27th with one round remaining (77-72—149). Ericka Schneider (77-74—151) and Alison Hovatter (74-77—151) are each tied for 36th while Kathryn Fowler carded a 2-over 74 today and is in a tie for 49th (78-44—152).

Taelor Rubin, who is competing as an individual, carded a 3-over 75 today and is in a tie for 36th (76-75—151) while Katie Voll, also competing as an individual, carded a 6-over 78 and is in a tie for 63rd (77-78—155).

The third and final round will tee off tomorrow at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start. Fans can follow live scoring on golfstat.com.

OLE MISS GOLFERS
T7        Abby Newton   73-71--144
T27      Stani Schiavone 77-72--149
T36      Ericka Schneider 77-74--151
T36      Alison Hovatter 74-77--151
T49      Kathryn Fowler 78-74--152

OLE MISS INDIVIDUALS
T36      Taelor Rubin (Ole Miss) 76-75--151
T63      Kaitlin Voll (Ole Miss) 77-78--155

TEAMS
1          Coastal Carolina          -3        284-289—573
2          Tulane                         +3        293-286—579
3          Baylor                         +6        289-293—582
4          LSU                            +9        291-294—585
5          East Tennessee St.      +10      290-296—586
6          Mississippi State         +12      289-299—588
7          Ole Miss                      +16      301-291—592
8          Kentucky                    +17      291-302—593
9          Furman                        +25      300-301—601
10        Missouri                      +27      310-293—603
11        Harvard                       +30      299-307—606
12        Minnesota                   +35      303-308—611
13        Tulsa                            +38      305-309—614
T14      Southern Mississippi   +39      307-308—615
T14      Redlands CC              +39      307-308—615
16        Troy                             +44      312-308—620
17        Memphis                     +54      314-316—630
18        Murray State               +60      317-319—636

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