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Monday, April 21, 2008

Double bogeys knock back Anna Scott
to joint seventh at Williamsburg

Anna Scott from Consett, Co Durham - a student at Georgia State University - finished joint seventh on nine-over-par 225 in the Colonial Athletic Association Women's Championship over the Golden Horseshoe Course (par-72, 6150yd) at Williamsburg, Virginia.
Anna had a double bogey 6 at the sixth and also bogeyed the 17th and 18th in her closing round of 76. She had one last-day birdie, at the 13th.
She had one double bogey in her first round and two doubles in her second round.
Georgia State team-mate Claire Starkey from Skipton, West Yorkshire had scores of 76, 77 and 84 for a total of 237 to finish 24th in a field of 50 players.
Another Georgia State player, Cathrine Madsen won the individual honours with five-under-par 211 (70-69-72) but Georgia State (881) finished runners-up in the team event to North Carolina-Wilmington (879).
Par 216 (3 x 72) 6150yd
211 Cathrine Madsen (Georgia State) 70 69 72.
212 Ashley Tait (North Carolina-Wilmington) 69 73 70.
218 Emily Klein (North Carolina-Wilmington) 71 79 68.
Other totals:
225 Anna Scott (Georgia State) 72 77 76 (jt 7th).
237 Claire Starkie (Georgia State) 76 77 84 (24th of 50).
879 North Carolina-Wilmington.
881 Georgia State.
914 William & Mary College.
10 Teams took part.