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Buffs Climb Into Sixth At LSU Tiger Golf Classic

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    The University of Colorado women's golf team made the biggest move among the field, jumping five places into a tie for sixth place here Saturday in the second round of the LSU Tiger Golf Club Classic.

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    BATON ROUGE, La. – The University of Colorado women’s golf team jumped five places into a tie for sixth place here Saturday in the second round of the LSU Tiger Golf Club Classic. It was the biggest move by any of the 16-teams competing in the tournament.

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    The Buffaloes shot 291 as a team, which was 25 strokes better than round one and is 31-over par (316-291—607) going into the final round. They are tied with North Carolina, who moved up two places from Friday.


    “The team made very great improvement today,” said Colorado head coach Anne Kelly. “They played much better and made a good comeback. I think they got a good feel for the course. The conditions were a little better today, too. Now we just have to finish strong tomorrow."
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    The final round gets underway on Sunday with a shotgun start beginning at 6:30 a.m. MDT.
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    Looking at live scoring (http://www.golfstatresults.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=7549), looks like the Buffs ended up in 6th place (where they'd started the day). Seems like a pretty good result, as the Buffs (ranked #44) only lost to one team ranked below them (unranked TCU), while they defeated 3 teams ranked ahead of them (#'s 21, 30 and 33).

    Individually, looks like the Buffs were led by sophomore Esther Lee, who finished in a tie for 10th, while freshman Brittany Fan was just a couple strokes behind, and ended up tied for 14th.
     

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