BATON ROUGE - Vanderbilt's Chris Brady won medalist honors for the second time this year Sunday when she captured the indivdual championship at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic.
"Chris had a very good game plan heading into today," says Head Coach Martha Richards Freitag, "and I was pleased with how well she stuck to it. She did a super job of carrying herself the entire day. Right now she is excited about our team's fourth place finish and we are all excited for her championship."
The sophomore from Greensboro, N.C. added a one-under par 71 on the tournament's final round to finish five-under over 54 holes and top runner-up Rebecca Kuhn of LSU by three shots.
As a team, Vanderbilt moved up a notch to place fourth among the 16 teams. The Commodores shot 914, well behind host's LSU's winning 879 total. Tulane was second and North Carolina State placed third.
Other Vanderbilt scores included Kristen Svicarovich at 76, Devon Unkeless and Julie Bartholomew at 80 and Helen-Rose Richards at 84.
Brady had won the Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C. last November. As a freshman, Brady had tied for medalist honors at the Kentucky Wildcat Invitational and won the Texas Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic.
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