2014 Academic Dean’s List Honors (Fall)
2015, 2016 and 2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll
Graduated from Florida State University with a degree in business on May 6, 2017…served an internship with the Department of Facilities and Event Management during her senior season…much of her responsibilities during the internship centered around planning the Florida State Match-Up (the Seminoles’ women’s golf tournament) and the Seminole Intercollegiate (the Florida State men’s golf tournament) that both took place during the spring of 2017…played in 21 events including the spring 2014 NCAA East Regional Championship during her career…Florida State’s third-leading golfer with a 75.59 stroke average as a freshman (2013-14)…career-bests for a single round (69), for 36-holes (144) and for a three-round tournament (215) came in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate during the spring of 2014…three top-10 finishes during her career have come in the spring of 2014 Florida Challenge (tied for fifth), in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate (tied for sixth) and at the fall 2015 Jacksonville Classic (10th)…a member of the Colombian National Team…a great teammate who possesses a great personality and a tremendous work ethic…named to the 2015, 2016 amd 2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll…a member of the 2015-16 and 2016-17 Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) at Florida State…earned the Femina Perfecta award for the women’s golf team at the Champions Beyond The Game brunch presented by the Seminole Boosters in October of 2015…the award goes to the “complete women” on each of the Seminoles’ 11 women’s athletics teams with each recipient exemplifying the motto on the Florida State University seal – Vires, Artes and Mores and is presented to the player who is invaluable to each team and who will always make a difference…averaged 75.88 strokes in 58 rounds during 21 events during four-year career as a member of the Seminoles’ women’s golf team.
One of four Seminoles to play in all four fall events…finished third on the team with a 75.17 stroke average…finished tied for second on the team with six of her 12 scores carded at 75 or better…carded her season-low score of 71 in the first round of the Lady Paladin Invitational and in the third round of the Schooner Fall Classic…her scores of 71 were tied for the fourth lowest individual team scores of the season…was in a tie for sixth place and was the Seminoles’ leader after carding her first score of 71 in the first round of the Lady Paladin… her low 36 holes score (147) and her low tournament score (220) came at the season-ending Alamo Invitational…was in a tie for 39th place after two rounds (73-74) of the Alamo Invitational…carded a 73 in the final round and finished with a season-best 220 tournament score at the Alamo Invitational…her 220 tournament score was tied for the fourth lowest individual tournament score of the season among her Seminole teammates…finished in a season-best tied for 19th place in the individual standings at the Lady Paladin Invitational…totaled scores of 71-77-75 in the event and was in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings after the first round (was the team leader), in a tie for 18th place after the second round and finished in a season-best tied for 19th place in the final individual standings…averaged 75.17 strokes in 12 rounds during four events.
Played in six of Florida State’s seven events including the NCAA East Regional Championship at SouthWood Golf Club in Tallahassee…a member of the Seminoles’ lineup in five events and played as an individual in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…tied for second on the team with two top-10 finishes – tied for fifth at the spring season-opening Florida Challenge and tied for sixth at the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…Florida State’s second leading golfer in two events – the Lady Paladin Invitational (tied for 19th) and in the Florida Challenge (tied for fifth)…enjoyed her best outing at the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate as she finished in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings and carded career-best scores for a single round (69 in the first round), for 36-holes (144) and for a three-round tournament (215)…she was tied for sixth after her first round score of 69, was in a tie for 20th place in the individual standings after the first two rounds and moved into a tie for sixth place in the final standings with a 1 under par score of 71 in the third round…career-best score of 215 in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate was her first career tournament score under par (minus 1)…her score of 69 in the first round of the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate was tied for the sixth lowest score of the year amongst her teammates…two of her three under par scores for the spring season came in the first and third rounds of the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…earned the best finish of her first year as a Seminole as she placed in a tie for fifth at the two-round spring season opening Florida Challenge…she carded scores of 73-72=145 to help the Seminoles to a second place finish in the team standings behind UCF…finished as the Seminoles second-leading finisher in their lineup in helping the team to its second highest finish of the season (second place)…best round of her first career regional championship appearance was a 75 in the first round of the NCAA Division I East Regional at SouthWood in Tallahassee…she was in a tie for 70th after the first 18 holes played in the event…averaged 75.88 strokes in six matches and 17 rounds.
Played in two of Florida State’s four events and helped the Seminoles to a pair of top five team finishes – second place at the Mo Morial Invitational and fifth place at the Alamo Invitational…played her best golf of the season in the Alamo Invitational as she carded scores of 74-75-71 and finished in a season-best tied for 32nd place in the individual standings…best round, 71, came in the third round of the Alamo Invitational…totaled four of six rounds played at 75 or better…all three scores at the Alamo Invitational scores at 75 or better…her 220 tournament score at the Alamo Invitational is tied for her second-best three round score of her career…she carded a career best 215 in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Invitational during the spring of 2014 and totaled 220 in two appearances at the Alamo Invitational (2013 and 2014)…averaged a career-best 75.00 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments.
Played in two events – one as a member of the Seminoles’ starting lineup (Florida Challenge) and one as an individual (Florida State Match-Up)…was at her best during the season at the spring season opening Florida Challenge as she finished in a tie for 13th place in the individual standings to help the Seminoles to a top-five team finish in the event…her 13th place finish ranked as the third best finish of her career and the third top-15 placing of her career…carded scores of 74-77=151 in the two round event played on the Quarry Course at the Black Diamond Ranch in Lecanto, Fla…played as an individual in the Seminole hosted Florida State Match-Up at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee…her first round score of 74 had her in a tie for 18th place in the individual standings…averaged 76.00 strokes in five rounds during two events.
Played as a member of Florida State’s lineup in three of the Seminoles’ four fall events…helped the Seminoles to a first place team finish at the Jacksonville Classic and a second place team finish at the Jim West Challenge…earned the third top-10 finish of her career as she finished in 10th place in the individual standings at the Jacksonville Classic…the finish was tied for the second best of her career following a tie for sixth place finish in the spring 2014 Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…carded her best three-round tournament score of the season with a 218 total at the Jacksonville Classic…was only two strokes over par for 54 holes event – her second best score vs. par in a 54 hole event during her Seminole career…helped the Seminoles finish in second place at the Jim West Challenge…her play in the third round (with a score of 73) helped Florida State move from third place in the team standings after two rounds into second place in the final standings in the event with hosted seven top 30 teams in the field…the Seminoles finished ahead of five ranked teams including No. 18 Texas A&M…averaged 76.38 strokes in eight rounds during three tournaments.
Played in two events and helped the Seminoles advance to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in her career…was at her best at the season opening Florida Challenge as she earned the sixth top 20 finish of her career…played as an individual competitor in both the Florida Challenge and the Seminole hosted Florida State Match-up…best round of the season came as a 75 in the second round of the Florida Challenge…her score of 75 allowed her to move into the top-20 of the individual standings….finished as the sixth ranked of the nine Seminoles playing in the event…averaged 77.60 strokes in five rounds during two events.
A member of the team but did not play in any matches.
Played in two events – the Florida Challenge and the Florida State Match-Up – as an individual in both events…her play in practice and in the two tournaments she played in helped Florida State qualify for the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in her four-year career…finished in a tied for 28th place in the individual standings in the Florida State Match-Up and in a tie for 34th place at the spring season opening Florida Challenge…finished in a tie for the lead among the Seminoles’ three individual players at the Florida State Match-Up…carded scores of 72-76-73 for a three round total of 5 over par 221 to earn her fourth career top-30 individual finish…season low round, an even par 72, came in the first round of the Florida State Match-Up…her 5 over par score was the third best single round sore vs. par of her 58-round Florida State career…was tied as the highest finishing individual (with teammate Kayla Jones) in the tournament with her 221 score…was one of six individuals who played in the event…averaged 76.00 strokes in five rounds during two tournaments.
Graduated from Montverde Academy in Montverde, Fla., in 2013…did not play for the Montverde Academy varsity team as she competed as an individual in tournaments around the world and the southeastern United States during her prep career…finished in second place in the individual standings at the Future Collegians World Tour Palm Beach International Tournament and in third place at the FCWT event at the Mission Inn Resort and Golf Club in Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla…named the HJGT Player of the Month for February 2012 during her junior season…finished second place in the individual standings at the FCWT Championship event at Red Tail Golf Club in Sorrento, Fla., during her senior season of 2013…played in the Callaway Junior World Golf Championship at Torrey Pines in 2012…a second place finish at the AJGA Music City Junior Championship in 2012 and third at the AJGA at Steelwood presented by AT&T…back-to-back first place finishes at the Callaway Junior World Qualifier and at the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour event in 2012 at Fleming Island, Fla…finished the HJGT event with a 1 over par total of 213…her total of 213 included a first round score of 67, her lowest round…played the Orange Bowl in 2010, four AJGA invitationals including the Rolex Girls Junior Championship in 2011 and 2012, the Polo Golf Junior Classic 2011 and the Annika Sorenstam Invitational in 2012…finished in third place in the 16-19 age division at the at the Joanne Winter Arizona Silver Belle Tournament in 2012.
Born July 28, 1994…Anna Sophia is the daughter of Elvira Vallejo and Harold Böhmer…began playing golf at age eight and began playing in competitive tournaments at age 10…also grew up playing tennis…lists Rory McIlroy as her favorite golfer and Yani Tseng (a Chinese golfer who has won five major tournaments) as one of her mentors…Florida State was her first collegiate visit and she knew on her visit that Florida State was the school for her…Selected Florida State over Auburn, Tulane, Florida, Georgia, San Diego State and Mississippi State…academic major was management (business).
My favorite golf movie is Happy Gilmore.: My favorite golf book is The Golfers Mind by Bob Rotella.: My favorite course is Dinah Shore Tournament Course, home to The Kraft Nabisco Championship.: In my golf career I have only made one hole in one. I did it in a practice round with my 7-wood when I was 13 years old at Country Club of Pereira, Colombia.: My favorite thing about the sport of golf is that is a battle against myself and I have control of my game.: Before playing competitive golf, I used to play tennis.: While traveling in the FSU golf van I like to either listen to music, watch a movie or talk with my teammates.: The best advice I have ever been given about the game of golf is that you only have control of the shot you have in front of you. Stay in the present and enjoy the round.
|Mo Morial Invitational||77-77-76||+14||230||T31|
|Lady Paladin Invitational||71-77-75||+8||223||T19|
|Schooner Fall Classic||79-79-71||+19||229||54|
|Florida State Match-Up||75-80-75||+14||230||T35|
|Lady Gator Invitational||73-78-79||+20||230||T43|
|Bryan National Collegiate||76-79-82||+21||237||T73|
|Marsh Landing Intercollegiate||69-75-71||-1||215||T6|
|NCAA East Regional Championships||75-79-79||+17||233||T108|
|Mo Morial Invitational||75-77-78||+14||230||T34|
|Florida State Match-Up||74-80-75||+13||229||T40|
|Schooner Fall Classic||85-75||+18||160||63|
|Jim West Challenge||77-83-73||+17||233||T61|
|Florida State Match-Up||77-78-79||+18||234||T46|
|Florida State Match-Up||72-76-73||+5||221||T28|