Women's Golf Competes in ASU Lady Indian Classic
Sunday, October 8, 2006




Tracy Williams leads the Ladies into
this week's Lady Indian Classic

SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary women’s golf team travels to Jonesboro, Ark. for the ASU Lady Indian Classic, played Monday and Tuesday at the Jonesboro Country Club.

Hosted by Arkansas State University, the 54-hole tournament will be played on the par-71, 6111 yard Jonesboro Country Club course, with the tournament commencing Monday morning.

Centenary enters this week’s tournament coming off its best round thus far in the 2006-07 season.

Shooting a team score of 313 in the final round of the Oral Roberts University Shootout, played Oct. 2-3, three players shot season-low rounds the last time out for the Ladies, which Centenary looks to build upon in this week’s competition.

Leading Centenary with a 80.6 scoring average, sophomore Tracy Williams (Van Alstyne, Texas/Van Alstyne) was the low-finisher for the Ladies in their last tournament. Shooting a three-round total of 238 (76-81-81), Williams finished in a tie for 25th.

Carding the best round of any Centenary player this season, junior Chloe’ Mims (Texarkana, Texas/Pleasant Grove) has a scoring average of 81.4. In the final round of the ORU Shootout, Mims shot a season-low 75, finishing a tie for 34th.

Last season, Centenary finished in 12th place at the ASU Lady Indian Classic, led by sophomore Jessica Garza (McKinney, Texas/McKinney North). Garza finished in a tie for 18th with rounds of 77 and 80.