A four-year member of the team who helped lead the Seminoles to four consecutive NCAA Championship tournament appearances…with Ramsay on the team the Seminoles extended to eight consecutive seasons their school-record streak of playing in the NCAA Tournament…played her best golf as a senior as she appeared in a career-high seven events…she played in nearly as many events as a senior (seven) as she did during the first three seasons of her career (eight)…earned career best statistics for a single round score (72 in the first round of the Florida Challenge), tournament score vs. par (+4 at the Florida Challenge), a three-round tournament score (225 at the Marsh Landing Invitational) and individual finish (tied for eighth at the Florida Challenge) during the spring of her senior season…helped the Seminole women’s golf team earn four consecutive Director’s Cups for Service because of her extremely giving spirit…averaged 78.88 strokes per round in 42 rounds during 15 tournaments during her career.
A member of the Seminoles’ starting line-up in all four fall events…helped the Seminoles earn one team title (University of Kentucky Invitational) and two second place finishes (Cougar Classic and Eat A Peach Collegiate)…was at her best in the Cougar Classic – the first event of her career…finished with season best scores for a single round (73 in the second round) and for a three-round tournament (227)…her career best for 36 holes (147) also came at the Cougar Classic…finished in a season-best tied for 21st place in helping the Seminoles to a second place finish at the Eat A Peach Collegiate…had nearly 50 percent of her scores (six of 13) counted toward the team score with at least one counted in each of the five events she played in…averaged a career best 77.40 strokes in 10 rounds during four tournaments.
Played in one event and had two of her three scores counted toward the team score at the Kinderlou Forest Challenge…two scores of 78 as the Seminoles earned a top 10 team finish in the team standings…averaged 80.00 strokes in three rounds during one tournament.
Played in one event during the fall season at the Landfall Tradition…improved her score in each of the final two rounds of the event…averaged 83.67 strokes in three rounds during one tournament.
Played in two events – the Kinderlou Forest Challenge as an individual and the Bryan National Collegiate as a member of the Seminoles’ starting line-up…enjoyed the best tournament of her career at Kinderlou as she tied her career bests for single round score (73)…a member of the Seminoles’ starting line-up in the prestigious Bryan National Collegiate and helped the Seminoles to a seventh place finish in the event…averaged 80.83 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments.
Played in the first event of the fall season at the GolfWeek Challenge and helped the team to a top 10 finish…showing her leadership skills by as a member of SAAC (student athlete advisory council)… averaged 82.00 strokes in the three rounds during one tournament
Enjoyed the most productive season of her career as she played in a career-high six events and established numerous career bests…earned her position in the Seminoles’ line-up at the Florida Challenge, the Florida State Match-Up, the Lady Gator Invitational, the LSU Tiger Classic, the Bryan National Collegiate and the Marsh Landing Invitational…helped the Seminoles to a second place team finish at the Florida Challenge, a fourth place finish at the Florida State Match-Up and a fourth place finish at the Marsh Landing Invitational…carded her career best score for a single round (72) in the first round of the Florida Challenge…finished in a career best tied for eighth place in the individual standings at the Florida challenge…her tied for eighth place finish at the Florida Challenge marked the first top 10 individual finish of her career…two of her top three scores vs. par came during the season — +4 in the Florida Challenge (148 total for the two round tournament) and +9 in the Marsh Landing Invitational (225 total for the three round tournament)…averaged a near career low 77.41 strokes in 17 rounds during six tournaments…
Graduated from Lake Highland Prep in 2009….attended the First Academy (seventh grade – 10th grade) and Lake Highland (10th-12th)…was a member of the varsity girls’ golf team beginning in the seventh grade and earned six varsity letters…led the First Academy to one district championship and Lake Highland to three district championships…the team qualified for the state championship during five of her six seasons as a prep star…led Lake Highland to the regional championship as a junior and to a second place finish as a senior…with Ramsay on the team, The First Academy never finished below second in the regional championship tournament…named the Most Valuable Player at Lake Highland as a junior in 2007…earned the lowest scoring average on the team during each of her four seasons on the varsity…averaged 37.5 strokes per round during her senior season…finished in a tie for first place in the regional championship as a senior with a score of 73 and was third in the district championship as a senior with a score of 75…earned medalist honors in the district championship as a junior…career best low score as a prep star was a 67…participated in the 2008 Premier Junior Tour and earned a first place finish at Hunters Creek Golf Club and a tied for second placing at the Southern Dunes Golf Club…won the women’s club championship at the Orange Tree Country Club in 2009.
Born April 15, 1991…Mary Beth is the daughter of Debbie and Gary Ramsay…inducted into the National Honor Society…also inducted into the Spanish National Honor Society…was editor-in chief of her high school newspaper…aspires to work in the newspaper or magazine industry…a member of the Young Republicans and Culinary Club…named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll in 2010 and 2013…chose Florida State over Ole Miss, Auburn and Alabama…earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May of 2013.
|Eat A Peach Intercollegiate||77-76||+9||153||T21|
|Tar Heel Invitational||78-77-82||+21||237||T86|
|Kinderlou Forest Challenge||78-84-78||+21||240||T67|
|Kinderlou Forest Invitational||73-76-81||+14||230||T19|
|Bryan National Collegiate||80-85-90||+39||255||84|
|Florida State Match-Up||75-76-83||+18||234||T45|
|Lady Gator Invitational||79-76-73||+18||228||T46|
|LSU Tiger Classic||83-79-86||+32||248||T64|
|Bryan National Collegiate||78-77-77||+21||232||T62|
|Marsh Landing Invitational||73-76-76||+9||225||T41|
Mary Beth Ramsay By The Numbers