Auburn Women's Golf Remains in Second Place after Day Two of NCAA Fall Preview
Margaret Shirley

Sept. 23, 2006

AUBURN- The Auburn women's golf team shot a 2-over par 290 on Saturday at the NCAA Fall Preview, held at the par 72, 6,315-yard LPGA International Legends Course in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Auburn (298-290--588) stroked the lowest score of the day and gained five shots on tournament-leading Georgia (289-295--584), which carded an 8-over 295 on Saturday. The Tigers trail the Bulldogs by four strokes heading into Sunday's final round. Duke (306-288--594) sits ten strokes off the lead in third place, followed by Virginia (303-295--598), Wake Forest (307-291--598) and Arizona State (300-298--598) in a three-way tie for fourth place.

Auburn was led individually by Margaret Shirley (77-69--146), who carded a 3-under par 69. She is now just two over par for the tournament and in a tie for seventh place. Shirley is followed by Jessica Lovell (73-74--147) in a tie for 11th place. Nicole Hage (73-75--148) is in a tie for 19th place, while Candace Schepperle (76-73--149) sits in a tie for 25th. Abigale Schepperle (75-79--154) is tied for 48th place.

The Tigers will conclude play tomorrow beginning at 8:30 CT. They are again scheduled to play the round with Georgia and Tennessee. Live stats are available at and a recap can be found on following the conclusion of play.