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Golf - 09. February 2011.

Top ten finishes for English students



English students Lizzi Over and Melissa Siviter both finished in the top 10 in
their first event of the year on the US women’s college circuit.

English students Lizzi Over and Melissa Siviter both finished in the top 10 in


Lizzi, from Forest Pines, Lincolnshire, was two shots off the lead and tied
seventh in the 2011 Tusculum/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate at Cougar Point Golf
Club with scores of 73, 76. Melissa, from Enville, Staffordshire, was one shot
behind in ninth place, scoring 78, 72.

Play on the first day of the tournament was delayed by bad weather and the
players had to contend with pouring rain, cold and strong winds.
Both players were the top scorers for their colleges and both won the praise of
their coaches. Lizzi, a student at Barry University, Forida, helped her team
into fifth place in their event and her coach, Gina Umeck, said: “Lizzi  is
really maturing as a player. She’s starting to develop the confidence to go
along with her game.”
Melissa is a student at Belmont Abbey, North Carolina, and her final round of
level par helped her team secure third place. Head Coach Joey Denton said. "I'm
thrilled with how Melissa played in the final round. Although we didn't meet our
ultimate goal of winning, finishing third is a nice start to our spring."
 

English students Lizzi Over and Melissa Siviter both finished in the top 10 in
their first event of the year on the US women’s college circuit.
Lizzi, from Forest Pines, Lincolnshire, was two shots off the lead and tied
seventh in the 2011 Tusculum/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate at Cougar Point Golf
Club with scores of 73, 76. Melissa, from Enville, Staffordshire, was one shot
behind in ninth place, scoring 78, 72.

Play on the first day of the tournament was delayed by bad weather and the
players had to contend with pouring rain, cold and strong winds.
Both players were the top scorers for their colleges and both won the praise of
their coaches. Lizzi, a student at Barry University, Forida, helped her team
into fifth place in their event and her coach, Gina Umeck, said: “Lizzi  is
really maturing as a player. She’s starting to develop the confidence to go
along with her game.”
Melissa is a student at Belmont Abbey, North Carolina, and her final round of
level par helped her team secure third place. Head Coach Joey Denton said. "I'm
thrilled with how Melissa played in the final round. Although we didn't meet our
ultimate goal of winning, finishing third is a nice start to our spring."
 
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