Schneider Leads Ole Miss On Day Two Of NCAAs

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Ole Miss Women's Golf (photo by Joshua McCoy)

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Ole Miss Women's Golf (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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May 10, 2013

AUBURN, Ala. – Senior Ericka Schneider carded a three-over 75 in today’s second round of the NCAA East Regional hosted by Auburn at the Auburn University Club to lead the Ole Miss women’s golf team.

As a team, Ole Miss is tied for 17th after two rounds of play in the 24-team field. The Rebels carded a 20-over 308 and are 31-over 607 through two rounds.

Alabama continues to lead the field and is 22-under 554 through two rounds.

Abby Newton carded a five-over 77 today while Taelor Rubin carded a five-over 77 in the second round.

Stani Schiavone turned in a seven-over 79 today while Alison Hovatter carded a nine-over 81.

The Rebels’ appearance in this year’s NCAA Regional marks the program’s fifth-consecutive appearance and ninth in program history.

Three regional tournaments are being conducted May 9-11 to determine the championships field. Regional tournaments are considered preliminary rounds of NCAA championships competition, and all national championships policies apply.

A total of 378 participants have been selected for regional competition. Of these players, 126 will advance to the championships finals. Eight teams and two individuals will advance from each regional.

The championships finals will be held May 21-24 at the University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, Ga., and will be hosted by Georgia.

The third and final round will tee off tomorrow morning starting at 7 a.m. due to impending weather. Live scoring can be found at golfstat.com.

OLE MISS GOLFERS
T17      Ole Miss                      299-308—607
T56      Ericka Schneider         75-75—150
T63      Abby Newton             74-77—151
T81      Stani Schiavone          74-79—153
T81      Taelor Rubin               76-77—153
108      Alison Hovatter          79-81—160

TEAMS
1          Alabama                      -22       277-277—554
2          Tulane                         -8         283-285—568
T3        Arkansas                     +1        283-294—577
T3        Oklahoma State          +1        290-287—577
5          Texas                           +4        289-291—580
6          North Carolina            +6        290-292—582
7          Auburn                        +7        299-284—583
T8        UCLA                         +10      288-298—586
T8        Tennessee                    +10      294-292—586
10        Northwestern              +14      292-298—590
11        Notre Dame                +20      292-304—596
12        Kentucky                    +21      301-296—597
13        Virginia                       +22      300-298—598
14        East Tennessee St.      +23      297-302—599
15        East Carolina               +28      301-303—604
16        Florida International   +29      304-301—605
T17     Ole Miss                      +31      299-308—607
T17      Chattanooga                +31      309-298—607
19        Texas State                  +32      301-307—608
20        Penn State                   +35      310-301—611
21        UCF                            +40      312-304—616
22        James Madison            +45      316-305—621
23        Eastern Kentucky       +77      321-332—653
24        Alabama State Univ.   +91      335-332—667

 

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