Georgia Posts Runner-up Finish At SECs
Manuela Carbajo Ré tied for ninth, one of three top-20 individual finishers for Georgia.

April 21, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. --- The No. 18-ranked Georgia women's golf team defeated a trio of top-10 teams en route to a runner-up showing at the 2013 SEC Championships at Greystone Golf and Country Club on Sunday.

The Bulldogs completed the tournament at 913, 14 shots back of No. 2 Alabama.

"We cut the lead to single digits on the back side and made Alabama make sure they earned it but we just couldn't get it any closer," head coach Josh Brewer said.

The Bulldogs carded a 302 on Sunday and improved their score from each round throughout the 54-hole tournament. In the final round, Georgia counted a pair of 76s from Emilie Burger and Rocio Sanchez Lobato and a pair of 77s by Manuela Carbajo Re´ and Kailey Walsh on Sunday, while dropping Amira Alexander's 85.

The Bulldogs' youthful playing five included a senior, a sophomore and three freshmen.

"They've grown up quickly," Brewer said. "They're not freshmen any more. They've played a lot of high-level golf, both amateur and collegiate. And they do a good job of keeping it loose and fun for us, which is important as we go forward in the post-season."

Trailing the Crimson Tide and the Bulldogs were South Carolina at 918, No. 8 Vanderbilt 919, Mississippi State at 921, Kentucky at 922, No. 6 Arkansas and LSU at 923, Tennessee at 929, Auburn at 933, No. 24 Texas A&M at 934, Ole Miss in 941, No. 7 Florida at 952 and Missouri at 955.

Stephanie Meadow captured medalist honors for Alabama after finishing at even-par 216, nine shots better than Ally McDonald of Mississippi State and Sarah Harris of Kentucky.

For Georgia, Carbajo Re´tied for ninth at 228, Sanchez Lobato tied for 11th at 229, Burger tied for 14th at 230, Walsh tied for 37th at 235 and Alexander tied for 43rd at 236.

"Everybody contributed this weekend," said Burger, the only upperclassman in the lineup for SECs. "Amira had a great round, 'Ro' and 'Manu' both played really well and Kailey had a lot of great moments. I think we're all playing well, but I think that we can still play better. I'm looking forward to Regionals and nationals as a chance to do that."

The Bulldogs will next compete in one of three NCAA Regionals on May 9-11 in Auburn, Ala.; Norman, Okla.; and Stanford, Calif. The Regional fields will be announced by the NCAA on Monday, April 29 at 9 p.m. ET.

The top eight teams from each Regional will advance to the NCAA Championships on May 21-24 at the University of Georgia Golf Course. This will mark the fifth time the UGA course has hosted the women's collegiate national championships. The Bulldogs hosted the 1971 DGWS Nationals, the 1981 AIAW Nationals and the 1983 and 1993 NCAA Championships.

SEC Women's Golf Championships
Greystone Golf & Country Club
Birmingham, Ala.
Par 72; 6,401 Yards

Sunday's Final-Round Standings

Team Leaderboard
Alabama                                     304-293-302=899
Georgia                                     306-305-302=913
South Carolina                              306-309-303=918
Vanderbilt                                  309-309-301=919
Mississippi St.                             306-303-312=921
Kentucky                                    306-308-308=922
Arkansas                                    313-308-302=923
LSU                                         303-311-309=923
Tennessee                                   312-309-308=929
Auburn                                      321-306-306=933
Texas A&M                                   318-309-307=934
Ole Miss                                    317-321-303=941
Florida                                     315-315-319=952
Missouri                                    312-321-322=955

Individual Leaderboard
Stephanie Meadow, Alabama                   75-69-72=216
Ally McDonald, Mississippi St.              77-70-76=225
Sarah Harris, Kentucky                      73-76-76=225
Justine Dreher, S. Carolina                 74-76-76=226
Emily Tubert, Arkansas                      76-74-76=226
Liz Breed, Kentucky                         76-73-78=227
Victoria Trapani, Auburn                    78-73-76=227
Manuela Carbajo Ré, Georgia                 77-75-76=228
Sarah Schmeizel, S. Carolina                76-76-76=228
Rica Tse, Mississippi St.                   77-78-72=228

Additional Georgia Scores
T11. Rocio Sanchez Lobato, Georgia          74-80-75=229
T14. Emily Burger, Georgia                  78-77-75=230
T37. Kailey Walsh, Georgia                  77-82-76=235
T43. Amira Alexander, Georgia               78-73-85=236



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