2002-03 Women's Golf Archive
Postseason honors roll in for Tigers
DePauw's outstanding season not only included a third-place finish at the NCAA Division III Championships, but also some individual honors as well. Deborah Garriott and Jessica Schneider were named first team all-Americans by the National Golf Coaches Association, while Lindsey Amore was a second team choice. Head coach Vince Lazar was named the Region 2 Coach of the Year and freshmen Lisa Chambers and Lauren Brummett were selected as All-American Scholars.
The Tigers finished third at the NCAA Championships to become the first DePauw team in any sport to finish in the top four at an NCAA Championship in consecutive years.
DePauw finishes third at NCAA Championships
The Tigers finished third at the NCAA Division III Championships and, with last year's fourth-place showing, became the first team in any sport at DePauw to finish in the top four at the NCAA Championships in consecutive years. The Tigers totaled 1,349 strokes which was just one behind second-place Mary Hardin-Baylor. Methodist won its sixth straight title with a 1,295 total. Lindsay Amore led the Tigers with a 331 which was good for a tie for eighth. Jessica Schneider tied for 15th with a 336 and Deborah Garriott tied for 20th with a 339. RESULTS
DePauw climbs to second after third day of NCAA Championships
The Tigers shot a 330 during Thursday's third round of the NCAA Division III Championships to move up to second place at 44 strokes behind Methodist (N.C.) College. Methodist leads with a 974 followed by DePauw at 1,018, Wisconsin-Oshkosh at 1,020 and Mary Hardin-Baylor at 1,021.
Jessica Schneider shot a team-low 81 in the third round to move into a tie for 15th in the field. Lindsay Amore is 14th overall after shooting an 84 on Thursday. Lisa Chambers is tied for 19th after an 85 in round three, while Deborah Garriott is 25th after shooting an 80 on Thursday. Audra Butts rounds out the DePauw players with a 53rd-place showing overall and a 93 on Thursday. The fourth and final round begins Friday morning. LIVE SCORING
DePauw in fourth after second day of NCAA Championships
The Tigers shot a 353 in Wednesday's second round of the NCAA Division III Championships at Green Lake, Wis., to slip to fourth place overall. Lindsay Amore shot an 85 on Wednesday followed by Jessica Schneider with an 88 and Lisa Chambers with an 89. Deborah Garriott shot a 91 followed by Audra Butts with a 99. LIVE SCORES
Tigers in third after first day of NCAA Championships
Paced by a collegiate-low round of 81 by freshman Lisa Chambers, the Tigers shot a 335 and are in third place after the first of four rounds at the NCAA Division III Championships in Green Lake, Wis. Methodist leads with a 316 and Mary-Hardin Baylor is second at 333. Chambers is 10th overall. Lindsay Amore is 11th with an 83 followed by Jessica Schneider in 15th at 84. Deb Garriott shot an 87 and Audra Butts finished the first round with an 88. SCORES
Tigers selected to NCAA Championships for second straight year
DePauw, ranked second in Division III by Golfstat, has earned its second straight invitation to the 10-team NCAA Division III Championships. The four-round tournament begins Tuesday, May 13, and concludes Friday, May 16 at The Golf Courses of Lawsonia in Green Lake, Wis. The Tigers placed fourth at the 2002 Championships.
Third-ranked DePauw won its second straight SCAC title (photo: Marilyn Culer)
DePauw wins second straight SCAC title
Third-ranked DePauw captured its second straight Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title by shooting a 663 at Hulman Links in Terre Haute. The Tigers won by 62 strokes for the largest margin of victory in SCAC history. Deborah Garriott and Lindsay Amore each shot a 161 to share individual top scores, but Garriott earned medalist and SCAC Player of the Year honors by winning on the second playoff hole. Jessica Schneider finished third with a 166 to also earn all-SCAC first team honors. Audra Butts tied for sixth with a 175 to be named to the second team. Lauren Brummett tied for 13th with a 183 to round out DePauw's finishers. RESULTS For a complete tournament wrapup, please visit the host site.
Tigers win Illinois Wesleyan Spring Fling
Third-ranked DePauw won its fourth tournament of the year as it finished with a 640 at the Illinois Wesleyan Spring Fling. Jessica Schneider shot a 152 to tie for first, while Deborah Garriott placed third with a 153 and Lindsay Amore was tied for 12th with a 161. Audra Butts tied for 37th with a 174 and Lauren Brummett was tied for 48th with a 178. Lisa Chambers, playing as an individual, finished 32nd with a 170. RESULTS
DePauw finishes second at Centre Invitational
The Tigers placed second at the Centre Invitational after shooting a 327. Brescia won the tournament with a 317. Jessica Schneider was the medalist of the tournament for the second straight week with a 76. Deborah Garriott shot a 78 to tie for third, while Lisa Chambers finished in a tie for eighth at 82. Lindsay Amore finished in a tie for 13th at 84 followed by Audra Butts in a tie for 19th with an 89 and Lauren Brummett with a 91 good for a tie for 21st.
Tigers win Rose-Hulman Invitational
Third-ranked DePauw won its third tournament of the year with a first-place finish at the Rose-Hulman Invitational. The Tigers shots a two-round 661 to win by 96 strokes over runner-up Franklin. Jessica Schneider was the medalist with a 152, while Deborah Garriott was second at 159 and Lindsay Amore third at 163. Lauren Brummett finished sixth with a 185 followed by Audra Butts in seventh at 189 and Lisa Chambers in ninth with a 193.
DePauw opens spring with fourth-place showing at Northern Kentucky
The Tigers finished fourth with a 664 at the Northern Kentucky Spring Invitational as the only Division III school in the field. Deborah Garriott paced DePauw with a 160 for seventh place, while Lindsay Amore finished 10th with a 161. Jessica Schneider followed with a 171, Lauren Brummett with a 173 and Audra Butts at 175.
Tigers win final invitational of fall; Schneider and Amore lead the field
DePauw rallied with a second-round 319 to easily win the Franklin Invitational by 34 strokes over Simpson. The Tigers entered the second round with an eight-shot deficit to Simpson. Jessica Schneider and Lindsay Amore each shot 161 to lead the individual field. Schneider was awarded medalist honors after winning the tiebreaker. Deborah Garriott shot a 167 to finish fourth. DePauw results
DePauw places second at Tri-State
DePauw shot a 328, but finished second to St. Mary's at the Tri-State Invitational. Deborah Garriott and Lindsay Amore each shot 80, while Jessica Schneider and Lisa Chambers each finished with 84. Audra Butts added an 86 and Lauren Brummett shot a 100. DePauw results
Tigers rally to place eighth at Huskie Classic
DePauw shot the fifth-best score (323) of the second round and rallied to finish eighth at the Northern Illinois Huskie Classic. The Tigers, the only non-Division I school, were led by Lindsay Amore's 165 including a 77 in the second round. Deborah Garriott shot a 172, while Jessica Schneider finished with a 176. Audra Butts shot a 184 and Mandy Levy finished with a 198.
DePauw places second at own tournament
The Tigers shot a two-round 643 to finish 14 strokes behind champion Indianapolis at the DePauw Small College Classic at Rolling Meadows Golf Course in Gosport. Deborah Garriott finished second with a 156 behind Kim Moore of Indianapolis who shot a 151. Complete results
Tigers shatter school records on way to three-shot win at Illinois Wesleyan Fall Classic; Amore earns medalist honors
After breaking the school record for a single round with a 311 on Saturday, the Tigers followed it up with a 317 on Sunday to win the Illinois Wesleyan Fall Classic with a DePauw record 628. Lindsay Amore was the tournament medalist with a 151 including a 73 in the first round. Jessica Schneider and Deborah Garriott each shot a 158 to tie for ninth, while Audra Butts shot a 163 to tie for 25th and Lisa Chambers a 175 to tie for 69th.
DePauw finishes second at Southern Indiana; Garriott earns medalist honors
Junior Deborah Garriott shot a two-round 149 to earn medalist honors and lead the Tigers to a second-place showing at the University of Southern Indiana Screaming Eagles Women's Golf Classic. Jessica Schneider followed with a 159 for a tie for sixth and Lindsay Amore totaled 162 to place in a tie for 10th. Audra Butts added a 174 and Lisa Chambers at 180. Complete results
Tigers tie for seventh at Ferris State Invitational
Led by Lindsay Amore's two-round 165, the Tigers placed in a tie for seventh with a 682 at the Ferris State Bulldog Fall Invitational. Amore finished in a tie for 19th. She was followed by Jessica Schneider with a 166 which was 22nd. Audra Butts shot a 177 to place 46th, while Mandy Levy tied for 47th with a 178. Deb Garriott shot a 182 and Lisa Chambers rounded out the DePauw players with a 189.