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    SEC Women's Golf: Day Two

    By: Sean Cartell
    Twitter: @SEC_Sean
    SEC Digital Network

    Team Leaderboard | Individual Leaderboard

    HOOVER, Ala. – No. 2 Alabama shot a five-over-par 293 Saturday to surge into the team lead following the second day of the 2013 Southeastern Conference Women’s Golf Championship, played at Greystone Golf and Country Club.

    The Crimson Tide have a two-day 21-over-par total of 597 (304-293), giving them a 12-stroke advantage over second-place Mississippi State heading into the final day of play. Mississippi State is currently in second place overall with a 33-over-par 609 (306-303), while Georgia is in third with a 35-over-par 611 (306-305).

    “I thought we played really solid,” Alabama head coach Mic Potter said. “You have to get through the front side out here and then there are more birdie opportunities. I think those that can manage the front and not get down on themselves and just keep control of their emotions are going to have an advantage on the back. I thought we did a great job of that.”

    Alabama golfers currently hold the top-two spots in the individual standings following the second day. Stephanie Meadow is at even par through two rounds with a 144 (75-69) to lead the field, while teammate Jennifer Kirby is second with a two-over-par 146 (75-71).

    “I played really solid,” Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow said. “I had a lot of birdie opportunities, made a couple of mistakes out there, but the birdies were out there, so I made up for it.”

    The final day of the 2013 SEC Women’s Golf Championship will begin at 8 a.m. CT Sunday. Admission is free and open to the public.

    Complete results and a recap from each day of the 2013 SEC Women’s Golf Championship may be found at www.SECDigitalNetwork.com.

    2013 SEC Women’s Golf Day Two (Saturday, April 20, 2013 – Hoover, Ala.)

    Team Results

    1. Alabama (304-293 = 597) +21
    2. Mississippi State (306-303 = 609) +33
    3. Georgia (306-305 = 611) +35
    T4. Kentucky (306-308 = 614) +38
    T4. LSU (303-311 = 614) +38
    6. South Carolina (306-309 = 615) +39
    7. Vanderbilt (309-309 = 618) +42
    T8. Arkansas (313-308 = 621) +45
    T8. Tennessee (312-309 = 621) +45
    T10. Texas A&M (318-309 = 627) +51
    T10. Auburn (321 -306 = 627) +51
    T12. Missouri (312-321 = 633) +57
    T12. Florida (315-318 = 633) +57
    14. Ole Miss (317-321 = 638) +62

    Top-10 Individuals
    1. Stephanie Meadow, UA (75-69 = 144) E
    2. Jennifer Kirby, UA (75-71 = 146) +2
    3. Ally McDonald, MS (77-70 = 147) +3
    4. Kendall Martindale, VU (75-73 = 148) +4
    T5. Liz Breed, UK (76-73 = 149) +5
    T5. Sarah Harris, UK (73-76 = 149) +5
    T7. Justine Dreher, SC (74-76 = 150) +6
    T7. Mary Gallagher, MS (75-75 = 150) +6
    T7. Emily Tubert, AR (76-74 = 150) +6
    T10. Victoria Trapani, AU (78-73 = 151) +7
    T10. Amira Alexander, UG (78-73 = 151) +7
    T10. Stani Schiavone, UM (73-78 = 151) +7