Sunday, May 18, 2003

Pamela Feggans finishes second in
NCAA Division 2 championship

Ayrshire player Pamela Feggans could not manage to hold on to a share of the overnight lead in the final round of the NCAA Division 2 women’s college championship at Howey in the Hills, Florida on Saturday.
Pamela, a student Florida Southern and a member of Doon Valley, signed off with a 76 for a 72-hole final total of 11-over-par 303.
Miss Feggans had jumped into a share of the 54-hole lead with a 71, the best third-round score by anyone in the field.
Charlotte Campbell (Rollins) became the second player in the tournament to return a two-under-par 71 and her final effort lifted her clear of the field with a total of seven-over 299, four ahead of Pamela who deserves credit for such a high finish in the Division 2 championship after starting the tournament with an 80.
Rollins College won the team title, 39 shots clear of second-placed Florida Southern with Northern Colorado a further 36 shots back in third place.
Leading individual totals
299 Charlotte Campbell (Rollins) 78 74 76 71.
303 Pamela Feggans (Florida Southern) 80 76 71 76.
307 Freddie Seeholzer (Rollins) 78 74 75 80, Emily Russell (Northern Colorado) 76 79 78 74.
310 Kim Keyer-Scott (Northern Kentucky) 74 77 79 80.
311 Sarah Coleson (Florida Southern) 77 79 79 76.