Natalia Navarro is in first place after the second round.
Oct. 20, 2003
Howey-in-the-Hills, FL - Florida Atlantic University's women's golf fell one spot to seventh out of 17 teams on the second day of the Hatter Fall Classic hosted by Stetson at the El Campeon Golf Course. The Lady Owl's shot a second round 328 but Natalia Navarro moved from third to first place individually with a tournament low round of 72 on the 6,015-yard, par 72 course.
Navarro, a senior from Medellin, Columbia, improved four strokes from the previous day and holds a three-stroke lead over the next competitor. Jessica Carafiello improved one-stroke to shoot an 80 while Kendall Kirby improved six shots. Amanda Pettit and Heidi von Korff are both tied for 55th.
FAU trails the leader, Rollins College, by 26 strokes. South Florida (635), the University of Miami (637), Florida Southern (637) and the University of Mississippi (638) round out the top five. The Lady Owls are first among Atlantic Sun schools, ahead of Georgia State (661), Jacksonville (668), Mercer (673), Central Florida (677), host Stetson (694) and Troy State (700).
Florida Atlantic concludes play in the Hatter Fall Classic on Tuesday.