Page-Jones, a native of Gourveau, France, finished the tournament in 10th place with 230 after a final round 73. Surry, England's Cruse completed the tourney in a tie for 52nd place with a final round 74.
The Lady Chanticleers' 303 over the final 18 holes allowed the squad to move up from the 10th place position that it had held entering the final round. The 303 surpassed the previous 18-hole record of 309 set during the Cougar Fall Invitational on September 12, 1999.
UNC Wilmington used a final round 299 to capture the team championship, while UNCW's Heather McMunn (79-72-71) and Jacksonville State's Angie Green (78-70-74) tied for medalists honors with identical 222s.
tie 10th. Tamara Page-Jones (78-79-73=230)
tie 52nd. Morgan O'Banion (81-81-80=242)
tie 52nd. Natalie Cruse (88-80-74=242)
tie 58th. Cheryl Seamans (79-75-89=243)
tie 66th. Paige Landry (84-81-79=244)