TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State women’s golf head coach Amy Bond, who returns all eight golfers from her 2014 NCAA Tournament team, announced the Seminoles’ 2014-15 schedule which is highlighted by the Third Annual Florida State Match-Up at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee (Feb. 13-15) and five events played in the state of Florida including the NCAA Division I Championships at the Concession Golf Club in Bradenton.
Led by 2014 All-American and All-ACC selection Matilda Castren, 2014 All-ACC pick Alex Milan and 2014 U.S. Amateur participant Carlton Kuhlo (Tallahassee, Fla), Florida State is poised to continue its success as the team gears up to compete in four tournaments in the fall followed by five tournaments in the spring.
“We are really excited about our schedule this season,” said head coach Amy Bond. “Each of the tournaments we play in will prepare us for our next event and ultimately for the postseason. We have scheduled events on courses with difficult layouts which will give us the feel for the vastly different conditions we will see during the postseason. I think this schedule will challenge our team and help them become better golfers throughout the year.”
The Seminoles tee off the fall season as they travel to College Station, Texas to participate in the Mo Morial Invitational, on Sept. 8-10, marking the second consecutive year that Florida State has opened the season in the tournament. A week later, the team will hit the road to Greenville, S.C. for the Lady Paladin Invitational hosted by Furman University, on Sept. 19-21.
Florida State continues its road trip as its plays in two tournaments during the month of October. The Seminoles travel to Norman, Okla., for the Schooner Classic on Oct. 4-6 and closes out the fall season in the Alamo Invitational, hosted by Texas-San Antonio, on Oct. 26-28.
Florida State opens its spring play in the inaugural Florida Challenge, Jan. 26, at the Black Diamond Golf Club in Lecanto, Florida before returning home to host the annual Florida State Match-Up at Southwood Golf Course on Feb. 13-15.
After a three week break, the Seminoles will go on the road to compete in their third consecutive Lady Gator Invitational (March 6-8) at the Mark Bostick Golf Course at the University of Florida followed by a road trip to Jacksonville, Fla. where the Seminoles will defend their team championship at the Web.com/Marsh Landing Invitational (March 30-31) to wrap up during the month of March.
Florida State closes out regular season play competing in the Bryan National Collegiate on April 3-5, in Browns Summit, N.C. before beginning postseason play at the 27th Annual ACC Championships. The ACC Championships will be contested on April 17-19 in Greensboro, N.C. at the Sedgefield Country Club.
The NCAA Regionals are scheduled for May 7-9 and will be held at four sites: Brigham Young, Texas-San Antonio, NC State and Notre Dame, while the Finals will take place at the Concession Golf Club May 22-27 with South Florida as host.