Gamecocks Remain Seventh at Bryan National
Katie Burnett is tied for 11th after two rounds at the Bryan National Collegiate.
Katie Burnett is tied for 11th after two rounds at the Bryan National Collegiate.

April 3, 2010

GREENSBORO, N.C. - South Carolina's women's golf team shot 302 (+14) in the second round to move to 20-over for the tournament and remain in seventh place at the Bryan National Collegiate on Saturday.

The Gamecocks were led in the second round by freshman Amanda Strang, who posted a score of 73 (+1) to move to 8-over for the tournament. Strang, a native of Sweden, made the turn at 1-over after a birdie and two bogeys, then sandwiched a pair of birdies between two bogeys down the stretch. She moved up more than 20 spots in the individual standings to a tie for 45th place through two rounds.

Sophomore Katie Burnett only dropped a few spots to a tie for 11th place after a round of 76 (+4) on Saturday to move to 2-over for the weekend. Burnett, who posted a 2-under-par 70 on Friday, had two bogeys and a birdie on the front nine to make the turn at 1-over, but a double-bogey at the par-5 14th and a bogey at the 16th dropped her to 4-over for the day.

Senior Benedicte Toumpsin shot 75 (+3) on the day to move into a tie for 23rd place at 5-over par for the weekend. The par-5 14th also got the better of the Belgium native as a double-bogey there was her only major blemish on the day that included two birdies and three bogeys. Fellow senior Taylor Barrett shot 78 (+7) and is tied for 49th place, and the team's third senior, Corrine Carr, shot 81 (+9) in the second round.

Florida State holds the 36-hole team lead at 579 (+3) after shooting 288 (E) on Saturday. Wake Forest is second, one shot back at 580 (+4), and Ohio State is tied with Tennessee for third place at 592 (+16). The Gamecocks are only four shots out of third place at 596 (+20). Individually, Wake Forest teammates Cheyenne Woods and Michelle Shin are tied for the lead at 139 (-5) with Duke's Lindy Duncan two shots back in third place.

South Carolina will be paired with North Carolina and Auburn for Sunday's final round, which begins with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start on the Bryan Park Players Course. Live scoring is available through

T11. Katie Burnett - 70-76=146 (+2)
T23. Benedicte Toumpsin - 74-75=149 (+5)
T45. Amanda Strang - 79-73=152 (+8)
T49. Taylor Barrett - 75-78=153 (+9)
T63. Corrine Carr - 75-81=156 (+12)