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Talk about pinching yourself. That's what Univer-
sity of Alabama women's golf coach Mic Potter must
have been doing throughout Sunday's nal round
of the Mason Rudolph Championship as his team
broke all sorts of records with a performance for
They red a 25-under-par 263 on the nal day to
storm to a school- and tournament-record 39-un-
der-par (284-278-263/825) tournament victory at
the par-72, 6,451-yard Vanderbilt Legends Club in
Franklin, Tenn., winning by 43 shots from second-
Leading the way for the Crimson Tide on Sunday,
and winning the event, was sophomore Cheyenne
Knight, who set a new program low score with a
14-under-par 202 (68-67-67) to break the previous
record of 13-under-par (203) set by Kathleen Ekey at
the 2008 Crimson Tide Classic.
Alabama set a number of other individual and
team records during the three-day tournament. The
team score and score vs. par surpass the previous
records of 836 and 28-under par set at the 2010 Tar
Heel Invitational. The nal round 263 is an 11-shot
improvement over the old program record of 274,
which was also set at the 2010 Tar Heel Invitational.
Saturday's round of 278 now ranks No. 7 all-time for
Junior Lakareber Abe carded a school-record
University of Alabama's women's golf team in
record-breaking form at season opener
Record-breaking University of Alabama's women's golf team at the Mason Rudolph Championship (L-R) Head coach Mic Potter,
Lauren Stephenson, Mia Landegren, Kristen Gillman, Lakareber Abe, Cheyenne Knight and assistant coach Susan Rosenstiel.