Rubin's Five Over Round Paces Rebels

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Rubin shot a 5-over 77 to lead Ole Miss in second day action at the Landfall Tradition.
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Rubin shot a 5-over 77 to lead Ole Miss in second day action at the Landfall Tradition.
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Oct. 26, 2013

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WILMINGTON, N.C. – Junior Taelor Rubin shot a five-over par 77 to pace the Ole Miss women’s golf team in second day action at the Landfall Tradition hosted by the University of North Carolina – Wilmington on Saturday (Oct. 26).

Rubin was 8-over on the front nine but rebounded by shooting 3-under on the back nine including a birding the final three holes. Rubin’s round pushed her up to 58th place, two spots from where she was entering the day.

Sophomore Alison Hovatter fired a round of 8-over par 80 on the day, while Stani Schiavone and Maria Toennessen both shot 10-over par 82. Abby Newton was 11-over par 83 on the afternoon.  As a team, the Rebels are sitting in 17th place, with a two-day score of 637.

Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow continues to lead the field and had the highlight of the round with a hole-in-one on the par 3, 13th hole. Meadow posted a posted a 1-under 71 during the second round to build a two-shot lead over Duke’s Yu Liu and Clemson’s Ashlan Ramsey.  The 10th-ranked Crimson Tide continue to lead the field combined for a 2-over total of 290 on Saturday and carries an eight-stroke lead into Sunday’s final round.

Final round action at the Landfall Tradition begins with a shotgun start slated for 8:45 a.m. on Sunday. Fans can follow all the action at GolfStat.

For all Ole Miss women’s golf news and information, go to OleMissSports.com, and follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissWGolf and on Facebook at Ole Miss WGolf.

 Team Standings (After Day 2)

Current
position

Team

to par

1

2

 

1

10

Alabama

-1

285

290

575

 

2

4

Duke

+7

295

288

583

 

3

13

Clemson

+22

307

291

598

 

4

14

South Carolina

+23

300

299

599

 

5

8

Arizona

+30

304

302

606

 

6

31

Wake Forest

+33

306

303

609

 

T7

30

Virginia

+38

306

308

614

 

T7

3

Oklahoma State

+38

307

307

614

 

T9

22

Michigan State

+41

309

308

617

 

T9

27

Ohio State

+41

316

301

617

 

11

26

North Carolina

+42

305

313

618

 

12

50

Notre Dame

+43

314

305

619

 

13

 

Purdue

+49

316

309

625

 

14

15

Iowa State

+51

321

306

627

 

T15

 

UNC Wilmington

+52

313

315

628

 

T15

16

NC State

+52

323

305

628

 

17

 

Mississippi

+61

316

321

637

 

18

 

UNCG

+86

330

332

662

 

Ole Miss Individual Standings
T-52 – Stani Schiavone, 75-82--157
T-58 – Alison Hovatter, 81-80--161
T-61- Taelor Rubin, 81-77—158
T-77- Abby Newton, 79-83--162
T-86-Maria Toennessen, 85-82--167

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