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The No. 14 Georgia women's golf team turned in its best round of the 2003 NCAA Championships on the final day of play. In fact, the Lady Bulldogs' tally of 4-over 292 was the second-best round of all 24 teams during in the final day of competition at Purdue's Birck Boiler-maker Golf Complex.
Despite their late heroics, the Lady Dogs climbed only one spot in the field and finished 11th at 1226. Georgia fell just one stroke shy of a sixth consecutive top-10 national finish.
"I'm extremely proud of the way we played, but at the same time, I'm so disappointed we didn't get into the top-10," Todd McCorkle said. "It sounds odd because our goal is and always will be to compete for the national championship, but I just wanted to get into that top-10."
For most of the round, a top-10 effort seemed improbable. Though Georgia played solid throughout the day, the Lady Bulldogs still trailed Auburn and Duke by double-digits at the turn.