Ole Miss Closes Action At Tar Heel Invitational

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Abby Newton and Alison Hovatter set new 54-hole lows at Tar Heel Invitational.
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Abby Newton and Alison Hovatter set new 54-hole lows at Tar Heel Invitational.
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Oct. 13, 2013

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 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Sophomore Alison Hovatter closed out action at the Tar Heel Invitational by firing an even par 72 to close the three-day tournament with a score 216, setting a new 54-hole career low. The 216 bests Hovatter's previous low of 226 set at the Cougar Classic earlier this fall.

Abby Newton fired a final round of 2-over par 74, for a three-day total of 217, also a new 54-hole career low. Her previous low was 220 set at Ole Miss' M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate last season.  Newton played well on the front nine, shooting par before the turn.

The Ole Miss squad shot a 305 in the final round of action for an overall score of 890 (292-293-305) and a 13th-place finish. The score of 890 is the Rebels best score this fall. On the afternoon, Ole Miss recorded six birdies and was just 3-over on the back nine.

Duke took home the title with a 7-over par 857 and was the lone team in the field to score under par. Clemson's Ashlan Ramsey took home medalist honors with a three-day score of 207 and was 9-under par for the tournament.

Juniors Taelor Rubin and Stani Schiavone closed with rounds of 6-over par 78 and 9-over par 81, respectively. Maria Toennessen was also fired a 9-over par 81 to close tournament action.

Ole Miss is back on the course Oct. 25-27 at the prestigious Landfall Traditional hosted by UNC-Wilmington. This will be the Rebel's second consecutive trip to the tournament. Last season, the final round was rained out due to Hurricane Sandy.

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 Team Standings (Final)

Position

Teams

 

to par

1

2

3

Total

1

Duke

-7

286

282

289

857

2

Vanderbilt

+4

285

299

284

868

3

Oklahoma

+7

292

290

289

871

4

Arkansas Razorbacks

+10

296

291

287

874

T5

Alabama

+14

299

281

298

878

T5

South Carolina

+14

299

291

288

878

T5

Clemson

+14

297

287

294

878

8

Florida Gators

+17

298

288

295

881

9

Wake Forest

+19

297

292

294

883

10

Auburn

+22

291

299

296

886

11

LSU

+23

295

298

294

887

12

NC State

+25

293

297

299

889

T13

Mississippi

+26

292

293

305

890

T13

Michigan State

+26

300

292

298

890

15

Virginia

+31

301

294

300

895

16

UNC

+34

297

292

309

898

17

Notre Dame

+38

305

294

303

902

18

Baylor

+44

304

305

299

908

 Ole Miss Individual Standings
11th-Alison Hovatter, 69-75-72--216
14th - Abby Newton, 71-72-72--217
53rd- Taelor Rubin, 76-72, 78 --226
80th - Stani Schiavone, 77-74, 81--232
92nd--Maria Toennessen, 76-82, 81--239

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