Jerman fires even-par to move to third



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Feb. 12, 2002

Palos Verdes, Calif. --- Georgia's Angela Jerman carded an even-par 71 to move from fourth to third on the individual leaderboard at the TRW Regional Challenge here on Tuesday.

Jerman's round paced the third-ranked Lady Bulldogs to a 306, three shots better than their first-round effort. Despite that improvement, Georgia slipped from 10th to 11th in the team competition at 615. The Lady Bulldogs played the back nine first on Tuesday. Jerman carded two birdies and two bogeys during her initial nine holes. She birdied No. 10 before posting bogeys on No. 12 and No. 13 to slip to 1-over. A birdie on No. 14 got Jerman back even, and she ended her loop with 13 straight pars.

Jerman is among four golfers tied for third place, five shots off the pace of Arizona's Lorena Ochoa. Ochoa shot 5-under 66 on Tuesday and has a three-stroke lead over Stacy Prammanasudh of Tulsa entering Wednesday's final round. Georgia received additional counting scores from Whitney Christie (77), Summer Sirmons (78) and Natalia Nicholls (80). Sara Trew shot 85. Individually, Sirmons is tied for 38th, Christie is tied for 58th, Nicholls is tied for 69th and Trew is tied for 89th.

 
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