April 18, 1999
GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Florida State women’s golf team finished in second place on Sunday at the ACC Championships at the Grandover East Golf Course in Greensboro, NC. The Lady Seminoles finished the tournament with a team total of 902, 12 strokes behind No. 1-ranked Duke University.
Amy Spooner fired a career-low round of 69 to finish the tournament alone in third place. Spooner, a senior from Margate, FL, finished with a three-round total of 220. Erika Iding recorded her best finish of the season with a tied for fourth place finish. Iding fired a final-round 75 to finish tied with Marta Prieto of Wake Forest at 222. Amy Bond rebounded from a difficult second round to post a 73 in the final round. Bond finished tied for sixth with two other golfers. Louise Wright and Sarah Capie rounded out the scoring for the Lady Seminoles, finishing tied for 13th and 18th, respectively.
Duke University captured their fourth straight ACC Championship as they held off the Lady Seminoles. Wake Forest finished in third place, followed by North Carolina. Freshman Beth Bauer of Duke University captured medalist honors with a final-round 72. Bauer edged teammate Jenny Chuasiriporn by three strokes.
The Lady Seminoles will await word from the selection committee as to postseason play. The East Regional tournament takes place May 7-9, 1999 in Columbia, SC.