September 24, 1998
OXFORD, Miss. - The Ole Miss women's golf team will travel to Opelika, Ala., to
compete in the Auburn Tiger Invitational Friday through Sunday at the Saugahatchee Country
Ole Miss is coming off a record-breaking performance at the Lady Seminole Invitational
last weekend. In their first tournament of the 1998-99 season, the Lady Rebels fired an 894, the
lowest tournament total in Ole Miss history. The 287 in the second round also broke the record
for lowest single-round score in a tournament by a Lady Rebel team and was the lowest round of
any team in this year's Lady Seminole.
Megan Breen, a senior from Longwood, Fla., tied for seventh in the Lady Seminole by
shooting a 77-69-72--218. Her second-round score of 69 is a career low and the second-lowest
single-round score by a Lady Rebel golfer, and her 218 is the lowest three-round score in Ole
Robyn Rinaldo, a junior from Dade City, Fla., tied for 15th with a 73-72-78--223, the
fourth-lowest three-round score in Ole Miss history. Her second-round 72 ties her for the fifth-
lowest single-round score by a Lady Rebel.
Marci Kornegay, a sophomore from Savannah, Ga., tied for 28th at the Lady Seminole
with a 78-71-78--227. Her 71 in the second round is a career-low and the fourth-lowest single-
round score in Ole Miss history.
Also competing in the tournament this weekend are sophomore Teresa Brown of
Windermere, Fla., and senior Anna Kirchner of Spring, Texas. Brown tied for 46th with a 79-75-
77--231. Kirchner tied a career-low with a 74 and tied for 63rd with a 74-81-81--236.
Kim Tudor, a freshman from Winter Garden, Fla., will make her first appearance as a
Lady Rebel and will compete as an individual in the tournament this weekend.
Other teams participating in the Auburn tournament are Alabama, Central Florida,
Florida, Florida State, Furman, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Mississippi State and Tulane.
"We are looking forward to playing in this tournament," Ole Miss head coach Keil
Purdom said. "We got off to a great start at the Lady Seminole last weekend, and we hope to
keep on playing well at Auburn."