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Garduno second after second round of the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: May 10, 2008
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May 10, 2008

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL-- Old Dominion University junior Alexis Garduno shot an 81 today and is now in second place at the 22nd PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship-women's independent division.

Garduno is at 160 after 36 holes and is two strokes behind second round leader Sara Young from Florida State who is at 158 after shooting a 76 today.

Lady Monarch teammate Deztany Jackson is sixth with a 186. She shot a 94 today.

Nearly 200 contestants from 47 colleges and universities, representing 14 countries comprised this year's field. The 54-hole stroke-play championship consists of four divisions. The individual tournament is open to contestants of African American, Hispanic-American, Native or Alaskan American, and Asian heritage.

WOMEN'S INDEPENDENT DIVISION

1 Sara Young Florida State University 82-76--158 2 Alexis Garduno Old Dominion University 79-81--160 3 Maria Urquiola Bethune-Cookman College 81-84--165 4 Mackenzie Mack Indiana State University 87-81--168 5 Melissa Uriegas Texas-Pan American 93-88--181 6 Deztany Jackson Old Dominion University 92-94--186 7 Cynthia Jordan Benedict College 114-107--221 8 Kellie Ross Baldwin-Wallace College 115-109--224 9 Lauren Daniels Benedict College 121-109--230 10 Letricia Carter Benedict College 158-134--292

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