Women's Golf Competes in Lady Jaguar Classic
Sunday, March 4, 2007

Chloe' Mims and the Ladies
travel to Mobile for this week's
Lady Jaguar Classic

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Coming off of their first tournament win of the season, the Centenary women’s golf team travels to Mobile, Ala. to compete in the 2007 University of South Alabama Lady Jaguar Classic.

With rounds commencing Monday morning at the par-72 Azalea City Golf Course, in Mobile, Ala., the Ladies head into this week’s tournament in high spirits after capturing last week’s Ladies Spring Classic, played locally at the Shreveport Country Club.

Sophomore Jessica Garza (McKinney, Texas) won her second collegiate tournament in last week’s event, shooting a final round score of 76 to win the event by three strokes. Named Mid-Continent Conference Female Golfer of the Week for the third time this year following the tournament win, Garza leads the Ladies with an 80.8 stroke average in 15 rounds.

Currently, the sophomore is rated amongst the top 10 golfers in the Mid-Con, with the 76 shot in the final round last week matching her season-best round.

Junior Chloe’ Mims (Texarkana, Texas) and sophomore Tracy Williams (Van Alstyne, Texas) are both coming off of their first top 10 finishes this season.

Mims, who finished fourth last week, is averaging 81.7 stokes per round in 14 rounds this season. In 2006-07, Mims has the lowest round shot by any Centenary golfer, shooting a 75 on two occasions this year.

Williams is second on the team with an 81.2 scoring average.

As a team, the Ladies look to improve upon their 331.3 team average per round. In all tournaments played, Centenary has a season-low average of 320, shot at the Troy Women’s Intercollegiate Oct. 30-31.

Twenty teams join the Ladies in this week’s tournament.