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Oct. 21, 2004

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Team Canada remains in first place with a total of 282 (-6) strokes after the second round of the Women’s World Amateur Championship Thursday in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. The Canadian squad played its second day on the par 72 Ocean Course (6,159 yards).

Ohio State senior golfer Lindsay Knowlton (Toronto, Ontario/Havergal) recorded a score of 75 (+3) in the second round and is tied for 20th place individually with a composite score of 148 (+4).

Canada, who posted a score of 145(+1) in the second round, leads the field of 51 nations contesting for the Espirto Santo Trophy. Sweeden moved into second and trails first-place Canada by three strokes. The United States slipped to third and trails by four strokes.

Third-round action begins at 7 a.m. Friday. Live scoring and complete results of the international event is available online at www.golfstat.com. For more information, visit www.worldamateur2004.org.

TOP 10 TEAM STANDINGS (PAR 72) RD1 RD2 TOTAL 1. Canada 137 145 282 2. Sweden 144 141 285 3. United States 139 147 286 T4. Spain 144 145 289 T4. Colombia 149 140 289 6. Korea 142 148 290 7. Japan 147 147 294 T8. Chinese Taipei 143 152 289 T8. Belgium 146 149 295 T8. Russian Federation 145 150 295

TOP INDIVIDUALS RD1 RD2 TOTAL 1. Karin Sjodin, Sweden 69 70 139 T2. Laura Matthews, Canada 70 70 140 T2. Jane Park, USA 69 71 140 4. Elisa Serramina, Spain 71 71 141

TEAM CANADA RD1 RD2 TOTAL T2. Laura Matthews 70 70 140 8. Mary Ann Lapointe 67 78 145 T20. Lindsay Knowlton 73 75 148