MARRAKECH, Morocco — Former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga standout Christine Wolf shot a final-round 68 in pre-qualifying to advance to the final round of Q-school for the Ladies European Tour. Wolf finished with a total of 8-under-par 280, eight shots off the pace set by Morocco's Maha Haddioui. The top 45 from both pre-qualifying fields join 60 others vying for 2013 tour cards. The final stage will consist of five rounds of play beginning Thursday and ending Dec. 17. Qualifying remains at Al Maaden and Amelkis Golf Clubs in Marrakech for the final stage, and the top 30 and ties earn full tour status. Wolf, a native of Igls, Austria, owns school records for 18- (66), 36- (141) and 54-hole (209) totals.
• Kayla Sewell scored 15 points for the Sewanee women's basketball team Saturday, when the Tigers shook off a five-point halftime deficit and won 55-46 at Johnson University in Knoxville. Guards Dee Bradford and Paige Lowe had 11 points each and Jamie Samociuk added 10 for Sewanee (4-3), which doesn't play again until Dec. 29 at Washington & Lee. Johnson's Chelsea Simbeck scored 18 points.
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