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May 19, 2004

**Play still suspended at time of this release (9:30 p.m. ET), an updated release will be posted should play continue on Wednesday.

OPELIKA, ALA. – South Carolina senior women’s golfer Adrienne Gautreaux has moved into a tie for eighth place at 1-under-par with six holes left in her second round as play was suspended on day two of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship in Opelika, Ala. The 72-hole event is being contested at the par-72, 6,214-yard Grand National Lake Course. Thunderstorms forced play to be halted at 6:45 ET on Wednesday.

Gautreaux, who is one of ten players tied for eighth place, opened her day with two-straight bogeys, but then bounced back to record a trio of birdies on holes four through six, before recording a bogey on the par-three eighth hole to finish the outward nine at even-par, 36. After two pars to begin the back nine, Gautreaux had just eagled the par-five 12th hole when play was suspended. Susie Mathews of UCLA is the leader in the clubhouse as she carded a 3-under-par, 69 on Wednesday to stand at 4-under-par, 71-69-140 through 36 holes.

The NCAA Championship will continue on Wednesday with the conclusion of the second round, along with the third round of competition. Full tournament results and live scoring of the event are available at