TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State sophomore Kim Metraux, who helped lead the Seminoles to the team championship at the Florida State Match-Up, has been named the ACC Women’s Golfer of the month of February – an honor she shared with Duke sophomore Leona Maguire. It’s the first time Metraux has earned the honor which is presented monthly during the season by the ACC.
Metraux finished in a tie for second place in the individual standings at the Florida State Match-Up (-1 / 215) and finished in a tie for fifth at the Florida Challenge (-2 / 142). The Seminoles won the team championship at the FSU Match-Up and finished as the runner-up in the team standings at the Florida Challenge.
Metraux was a total of three strokes under par in the two events – 2 under at the Florida Challenge and 1 under at the Florida State Match-Up. She earned her best career finish at the Florida State Match-Up (tied for second) and finished in a tie for fifth place in the individual standings at the Florida Challenge. In those two events, Metraux carded four of five rounds under par, finished with a near career-low 68 in the second round of the Florida Challenge and averaged 71.4 stokes in her five rounds played.
Metraux enters Monday’s Briar’s Creek Invitational at John’s Island, S.C. with a career-low 72.05 stroke average for the year (ranked second on the team) and is tied for the team lead with five top-10 five finishes.