Anne Fraser trails the leader by only two-strokes.
April 15, 2003
Daytona Beach, FL. - The Florida Atlantic University women's golf team continued its rise to the top of the leader board with a team round of 307, the second lowest score of the round, to finish second overall after day two of the Atlantic Sun Championships at Indigo Lakes Golf Club. Natalia Navarro shot the third lowest total for the second round to shoot up 24 spots to sixth place and Anne Fraser continued her consistent pace to finish third overall.
Navarro, who shot an 81 the previous day, fired a 73 to move from 30th to sixth place individually. Fraser dropped two spots from the lead with a second round 77 but is still only two-strokes back from leader Sam White of Georgia State University. Amanda Pettit slipped as well but kept herself in the top-11 with an 80. Jessica Carafiello rebounded from a tough first day to shave nine strokes off of her score with a 77 while Heidi von Korff improved one-stroke to finish with an 81. All five Lady Owls finished in the top-30 of the 60 player-12 team tournament.
FAU (616) jumped into second place ahead of Jacksonville State University (617) and the University of Central Florida (623) after improving two-strokes from yesterday but remains 12-strokes back of the leader GSU. Defending A-Sun champion Campbell (632) fell to fifth place overall.
The final round of the 2003 A-Sun Championships begins at 8 am Wednesday, April 16. The winner receives the A-Sun's automatic bid to the 2003 NCAA Women's Golf Regionals in May and the Top 10 Regional winners advance to the NCAA Championships at the Birk Boilemaker Golf Complex in West Lafayette, Indiana, May 22-25.