Oct. 10, 2004
Miami, FL - The Florida Atlantic University women's golf team finished 14th at the 2004 Pat Bradley Women's Golf Championship on Sunday, the team's first tournament of the year. Jessica Carafiello led the Lady Owls with a three-day 238 while freshman Anna-Claire Daniels improved for the second consecutive day to fire a final round 79 on the 6,072-yard par 72 course.
Carafiello shot a final round 80 to finish tied for 30th individually. Sandi MacDougall improved one-stroke from the previous day to fire a final round 78, the lowest round for the Lady Owls. Daniels, a freshman from Oak Ridge, TN., improved 11-strokes from the first day to finish tied for 66th in her first career tournament. Kendall Kirby and Maria Gutierrez shot three-day totals of 253 and 269, respectively.
FAU improved two-strokes as a team from the previous day, firing a final day 322 at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa. Princeton, last year's runner-up, took first place with a three-day 907. The University of Miami (914), UCF (928), Bethune-Cookman College (936) and Middle Tennessee State (938) round out the top-five. Host Florida International University (954) took eighth. FAU finished second out of the three Atlantic Sun Conference schools participating, with Stetson (994) finishing 15th overall.
The Lady Owls return to action Monday, October 18 at the Hatter Fall Classic in DeLand, FL.
Jessica Carafiello (80-78-80-238/T-30th)
Sandi MacDougall (85-79-78-242/T-37th)
Anna-Claire Daniels (90-82-79-251/T-66th)
Kendall Kirby (83-85-85-253/70th)
Maria Gutierrez (92-90-87-269/T-79th)
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