(As of Feb. 27, 2018)
2017 All-American Honorable Mention by the WGCA
2017 All-American Third Team by GolfWeek
2014 Academic Dean’s List Honors (Fall)
2015 All NCAA Championships San Antonio Regional Honors
2015 Academic Dean’s List (Fall and Spring)
2015, 2016, 2017 WGCA All-American Scholar Team
2015, 2016, 2017 All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team
2015 Academic Deans List Honors (Spring and Fall)
2015, 2016, 2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2016 Academic Deans List Honors (Fall)
2016 Academic President’s List Honors (Spring) (4.0 GPA)
2016 Academic President’s List Honors (Fall) (4.0 GPA)
2017 Academic President’ List Honors (Spring) (4.0 GPA)
2017 ACC Golfer Of The Month (February)
2016 Schooner fall Classic Medalist
2017 Florida State Match-Up Medalist
2017 Dickson Invitational Medalist
Video: 36 Holes With The Noles
Enters the final semester of her Florida State career in the spring of 2018 ranked third in school history with a 73.50 career stroke average…one of only five golfers in school history with a career scoring average below 74.00 strokes per round…played in the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. …earned All-American Honorable Mention Honors from the WGCA, All-American Third-Team Honors by GolfWeek and All-ACC honors as a junior in 2017… earned All-Region honors from the WGCA following her performance at the 2015 regional championships…has played in two NCAA Championship Finals during her career (2016 in Eugene and 2017 in Sugar Grove)…earned a tied for 20th place finish at the NCAA Championship Finals at the Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore…her placing at the 2016 Championship Finals saw her tie the school-record for best finish (tied for 20th), best tournament score (289) and best tournament score vs. par (+1) in an NCAA Championship in school history…has played in 31 career events including the 2016 and 2017 NCAA Championships, three NCAA Regional Championships (San Antonio in 2015, Shoal Creek in 2016 and Columbus in 2017) and three ACC Championships…career best for a single round (66), for a three-round tournament (201) and for best career finish (first) came in leading the Seminoles to the championship of the 2016 Schooner Fall Classic…has won three events – the 2016 Schooner Fall Classic, the 2017 Florida State Match-Up and the 2017 Dickson Intercollegiate…set the school-record for score vs. par (-14, 202) in winning the Dickson Intercollegiate during the spring of 2017…has earned nine career top-10 finishes with six coming during the spring of 2017 (first at the Schooner Fall Classic, tied for second at the Cardinal Cup, tied for sixth at the Florida Challenge, first at the Florida State Match-Up, first at the Dickson Intercollegiate and tied for sixth at the Notre Dame Clover Cup)…her play in the 2015 NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships and the 2016 NCAA Championship Finals illustrated her incredible promise for her future in the sport of golf and as an important member of the Seminoles’ lineup…was at her best in the 2015 NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships as she finished in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings with a freshman season-best tournament score of 213…the third highest finishing freshman in the NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships…the best golf of her freshman season came at the 2015 NCAA San Antonio Regional as she carded season-best statistics for low round (68 in the first round) and 36-holes (138) and her season-best three-round tournament score (213), score vs. par (minus three) and individual finish (tied for 10th)…was in contention for an individual spot in the NCAA Championship Finals up until the very end of the final round…ranked fourth on the team as a freshman in 2014-15 with a 74.83 stroke average…finished in a tie for 17th place in the individual standings and helped lead Switzerland to a second place finish in the team standings at the 2016 World Amateur Team Championships in Riviera Maya, Mexico…the No. 1 ranked player in the final Swiss Girls’ ranking in 2013…finished second at the 2013 Swiss Girls’ Championship…paired with her sister, Seminole senior Kim, as part of the team that won the 2013 Swiss Interclubs Championship…in that event, Kim played on the winning foursome together with Morgane as they finished with a score of 1 over par 73 while they both tied for the stroke play title with identical scores of 2 over par 74…Morgane and Kim teamed to help the Golf Club of Lausanne win the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championship…Morgane won the stroke play championship of the 2016 Swiss Interclub with a score of 64 in stroke play…finished in fourth place in the 2013 Belgian International Amateur…helped the Swiss team (including her sister, Kim) earn a third place finish in the 2014 European Ladies Amateur Team Championships…finished in eighth place in the individual standings at the 2014 European Amateur Ladies Championship in Estonia with a 2-under par score of 286…finished in a tie for fourth place at the 2016 European Amateur Ladies Championship in Sweden with a 2-under par score of 281…set the course record with a 62 in the second round of the event at Hooks Golf Course in Jonkoping, Sweden…played for her home country of Switzerland in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championship in Karuizawa, Japan… along with her sister and Seminole teammate, Kim, helped lead Switzerland to a second place finish at the 2015 European Ladies Team Championship…won the individual title at the 2015 Swiss International Championship at the Breitenloo Golf Club in Switzerland…shot a final round 66 to claim the individual title by one stroke…named to the 2015, 2016 and 2017 All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team…named to the 2015, 2016 and 2017 All-American Scholar Athlete Team by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association…named to the 2015, 2016 and 2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll…named to the Academic President’s List at Florida State in the spring of 2016…earned Academic Dean’s List Honors at Florida State in the fall of 2014, the spring of 2015 and the fall of 2015…earned the 2017 Golden Nole for women’s golf presented for significant contributions on the golf course, in the classroom and in the community…averages 73.50 strokes in 98 rounds during 34 tournaments entering the spring semester of her senior season.
Played in one of the Seminoles’ four events during her first season as a Seminole…represented her home country of Switzerland in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championships which kept her out of Florida State’s lineup during the first event of the fall season…finished with the lowest scoring average among the eight Seminoles who earned playing time during the fall season… played as an individual in the Schooner Fall Classic – her first career event as a Seminole — and finished in a tie for 36th place in in the individual standings…carded scores of 72-71-71 for a 214 three-round total in the event…her scores of 71 in the second and third rounds ranked as her season best scores for a single round…in playing as an individual she finished as Florida State’s second leading golfer in the event at the Schooner Fall Classic…averaged 71.33 strokes in three rounds during nine events.
A member of the Seminoles’ lineup in all seven events during the spring season… earned All-Region honors for her performance in the 2015 NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships…played her best golf in the NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships as she finished in a season-best tied for 10th place in the event…was the clubhouse leader for much of the first round as she shot a season-best 68 in the first round…finished the first round of the regional in a tie for third place in the individual standings…carded a bogey on her first hole of the round and was perfect over her next 17 holes…carded five birdies during the round and totaled 17 holes scored at par or better to close the round…she was never more than one stroke over par…carded her second consecutive under par round (70) in the second round and was in a tie for fourth place in the individual standings after the second round of play…carded the first eagle of her Seminole career on the par 5 hole No. 13 on the Briggs Ranch Golf Club course during the San Antonio Regional…carded a span of 13 consecutive holes at par or better in the second round of the regional championships with nine holes scored at par, three birdies and her first career eagle…she was only three stokes out of the individual lead after two rounds and 36 holes had been played…was in contention for an individual spot in the NCAA Finals as she carded a final round score of 213…ranked third among freshman in the final standings at the NCAA San Antonio Regional behind only Dylan Kim of Baylor (tied for 2nd) and Lydia Choi of UCLA (fifth)…earned the first top=-25 finish of her career at the season-opening Florida Challenge as she finished in a tie for 21st place in the individual standings…her first top-20 finish came at the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate as she finished in a tie for 16th place in the individual standings…was in a tie for 32nd place after the first two rounds of the event and mover up 16 spots in the standings with a scored 71 in the final round…finished in a tie for 16th place in the individual standings – her second best finish of the season behind only her tied for 10th place finish at the NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships…ranked fourth on the team for scores at par or better (four), scores at 75 or below (11) and stroke average (75.35)…averaged 75.35 strokes in 20 rounds during seven events.
In Florida State’s lineup for two of its four events…missed the final two rounds of the Schooner Fall Classic, the Jacksonville Classic and the Jim West Challenge because of illness…played well in the Cardinal Classic with scores of 76 and 74 in the first two rounds of the event…was in a tie for 32nd place after the first round and in a tie for 25th place with her two round total of 150…finished in a tie for 44th place in helping the Seminoles to a second place finish in the team standings in the Cardinal Cup…Florida State defeated two teams ranked ahead of it in the final standings in the Cardinal Cup…averaged 77.00 strokes in four rounds during two tournaments.
Florida State’s best golfer in the NCAA Championship finals at the Eugene Country Club…tied the school record for best finish (tied for 20th) and set school records for lowest score (289) and lowest score vs. par (+1) in an NCAA Championship Finals event…played in all nine events as a member of the Seminoles’ starting lineup including her second career ACC Championship, her second career NCAA Regional Championship and her first career NCAA Championship Finals event…career best scores for a single round (67 at the Gator Women’s Invitational) and for a three round tournament (209 at the Briar’s Creek Invitational) as well as the best finish of her career (tied for second at the Briar’s Creek Invitational) came during the spring semester of her sophomore season…totaled scores of 70-72-77-71 for her total of 289 in the NCAA Championship Finals…was in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings with a first round score of 70…was in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings with an even par score of 72 and a two-round total of 142…in a tie for 27th place after a third round score of 77 and finished in a tie for 20th place with a fourth round score of 71…the first player in school history to record three or more rounds at par or better in an NCAA Championship Finals event…two top-10 finishes (tied for second at the Briar’s Creek Invitational and tied for third at the Gator Women’s Invitational) and two top-15 finishes (tied for 11th at the Florida Challenge and tied for 15th at the Florida State Match-Up)…led the Seminoles on the leaderboard at the Gator Women’s Invitational and the Briar’s Creek Invitational…her second of seven career events finished below par (minus seven) came at the Briar’s Creek Invitational when she earned a season best tied for second place finish…her individual finish helped the Seminoles earn a fifth place finish in the team standings at the event…carded scores of 71-68-70 for a total of 209…her score of 209 is the best tournament score and her minus seven score is the best score vs. par during the fall 2015 and spring 2016 seasons for the Seminoles…her score of 71 in the first round of the Briar’s Creek Invitational put her in a tie for seventh in the individual standings after the first round while her 36-hole total of 139 moved her into second place…under par for the third consecutive round with a 70 in the third round and finished in a tie for second place in the individual standings…finished in a tie for third place and led the Seminoles to a second place finish at the Gator Women’s Invitational with scores of 74-67-73 for a total of 214…her second round score of 67 is her personal best score for a single round…her 141 total for the first 36 holes had her in a tie for third place in the individual standings and the Seminoles in a tie for fourth place in the team standings…closed with a third round score of 73 to maintain her individual placing of tied for third and helped the Seminoles move into second place in the team standings…her score of 73 in the third round allowed Florida State to card the best team round of the day which improved their team standing in the final results…helped the Seminoles to the Florida State Match-Up championship with a tied for 15th place finish…her score of 71 in the third and final round allowed the Seminoles to play the best round of the day, leapfrog over South Carolina in the team standings and earn the team championship…was one of three Seminoles to card a 71 (also Kim Metraux and Matilda Castren) as Florida State carded a 285 team score – tied for the Seminoles’ fifth lowest team score of the fall 2015 and spring 2016 seasons…her score of 71 was one of five below par single round scores she has carded this spring…tied for 11th in the final individual standings in leading Florida State to a second place team finish at the spring season opening Florida Challenge…opened the spring season with a first round score of 70 and was in a tie for third in the individual standings…averaged 73.89 strokes in 27 rounds during nine tournaments.
Advanced to match play at the British Ladies Amateur Championship…qualified 35th for match play with a second round stroke play score of 74…played for Switzerland in the European Ladies Amateur Team Championships…finished in a tie for fifth in stroke play with scores of 75-69=144…finished only four strokes out of the individual stroke championship…helped lead Switzerland to a 1-2 record in Flight A match play… shot a final-round score of 70 and finished in a tie for fourth place at the 2016 European Ladies Amateur Championship as play in the event at the Hooks Golf Club in Jonkoping, Sweden…set the course record with a 62 in the second round of the event…was in second place in in the standings after shooting her career-best score of 62…won the individual title and helped the Golf Club of Lausanne win the team championship at the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championships at the Ascona Golf Club in Ascona, Switzerland…won the individual title with a single round score of 64 at the 2016 Swiss Interclub.
Finished in a tie for 17th in the individual standings and helped lead Switzerland to a second place finish in the team standings at the World Amateur Team Championships in Riviera Maya, Mexico…the silver medal finish for Switzerland was its best ever in the history of the World Championships…scores of 68-73-76-72 for a 1-over par total of 289…was in a tie for first in the individual standings after her first round score of 68…in a tie for third after her second round 73…finished in the top 20 of the final standings and only four strokes outside of the top 10…Switzerland was in first place in the team standings after the first round, was never below second and finished in second place behind the Republic of Korea.
Florida State’s second leading golfer with a career-low 70.42 stroke average …earned her second career individual victory as she captured medalist honors at the Schooner Fall Classic…helped lead Florida State to three wins (at the Schooner Fall Classic, the Jim West Challenge and the Cardinal Cup) in four fall events…earned two top-10 individual finishes with a first place finish coming at the Schooner Fall Classic and a tie for second place finish coming at the Cardinal Cup…was Florida State’s leader on the scoreboard at the Schooner Fall Classic and was tied for the team lead at the Cardinal Cup…led the Seminoles with three eagles during the season…eagles came in the first and third rounds of the Schooner Fall Classic and in the second round of the Cougar Classic…was a total of 16 strokes under par for her four tournaments played during the fall season…finished in the top-20 of each of the Seminoles’ four fall events…won the Schooner Fall Classic as she played the best tournament of her Florida State career…carded her career-best 66 in the final round, finished with a career-best 201 total for a three-round tournament, finished at a career-best minus 12 strokes under par, earned her second career top-five finish, carded three scores in the 60’s for the first time as a Seminole, finished as Florida State’s leader for the fifth time, tied her career best scores for a first round score (68), a second round scored (66) and set her personal record for a third round score in winning the event…was the first time in her collegiate career that she had carded three scores in the 60’s in the same collegiate event…finished in second place in the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to the team championship in the season-ending Cardinal Cup… carded a 71 in the final round and finished with a 1-under par score of 215 to finish in a tie for second place…carded six birdies (for a team-leading 14 in the tournament) and was never more than one stroke over par during the final round…closed the event with consecutive scores of 71 after carding a 73 in the first round…was in a tie for third after a first round score of 73, was in second place in the standings after two round and finished in second place to mark the fourth time she had finished in the top three in the individual standings during a collegiate tournament…totaled two rounds under par at the Cougar Fall Classic in finishing with a 1-under par score of 215 and in a tie for 19thplace in the Cougar Classic…was 2-under par with two under par rounds in finishing with a score of 214 and in a tie for 14th place in the individual standings at the Cardinal Cup…tied for first among her teammates with 10 of 12 rounds scored at par or better…second on the team with 11 of 12 rounds scored at 75 or better…second on the team with four rounds scored in the 60’s…averaged a career-low 70.42 strokes in 12 rounds during four events.
Defeated Maria Torres of Florida, 2&1, in a match play event won by Florida State at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee on April 7, 2017…No. 3 Florida State defeated No. 6 Florida by a 3-2 margin.
Fell to Sandy Choi of Duke, 6&4, at the Northwestern Quad Match at Lake Shore Country Club in Glencoe, Ill., on April 29, 2017…No. 9 Duke defeated No. 5 Florida State, 4-1, in match play.
Earned All-American Honorable Mention honors from the WGCA and All-American Third Team honors from GolfWeek…earned All-ACC honors for the first time in her career…the ACC Golfer of the Month for the month of February…played in the NCAA Championship Finals for the second time in her career…finished in a tie for 13th in the individual standings at the 2017 NCAA Columbus Regional Championship…tied for the ACC lead in wins with three (Schooner Fall Classic, Florida State Match-Up, Dickson Intercollegiate) with two coming in the spring season…under par individual scores in seven of 12 matches as a junior…score vs. par (-14) in winning the Dickson Intercollegiate is the school record score vs. par…her career-low tying single round score of 66 came in the second round of the Dickson Intercollegiate – an event she won to earn her third career individual championship…earned her second career win in leading the Seminoles to the team and match-up championships (with Texas A&M) at the Florida State Match-Up in Tallahassee…a total of -11 and a 205 score helped lead the Seminoles to their second consecutive team win in the event…three under par scores of 70-67-68 helped her gain the win…in a tie for sixth in the individual standings after a first round score of 70…moved into first place in the individual standings with a second round score of 67 and a 36-hole score of 137…her second round individual scores helped the Seminoles’ leapfrog South Carolina and take over the lead in the team standings…maintained the individual lead and won her second career event with a third round score of 68…earned her second consecutive (and third career) individual championship with a 202 total and a school-record 14-under par score in winning the Dickson Intercollegiate…was below par in all three rounds (69-66-67) to finish below par in all three rounds for the fourth time in her career and with all three scores in the 60’s for the second time in her career (also in the fall 2017 Schooner Classic)…was in sixth place in the individual standings with a 69 in the first and moved into first place with a second round 66…her second round score of 66 tied her career low for a single round score…won the championship with a third round score of 67…she won the event by six strokes over Maddie Szeryk of Texas A&M (the nation’s eighth ranked player in the GolfStat rankings)…a third straight outstanding tournament with a tied for sixth place finish and a minus 3 strokes under par score of 213 at the Notre Dame Clover Cup…in a tie for seventh in the individual standings with a first round score of 69…remained in a tie for seventh with a second round scored 72 and a 36-hole total of 140…finished in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings with a third round score of 73…from the second round of the Florida State Match-Up through the first round of the Notre Dame Clover Cup, she played six consecutive rounds scored in the 60’s, a total of 406 strokes for an average of 67.67 strokes per round…was a total of 28 strokes under par in three consecutive tournaments from the Florida State Match-Up (-11), to the Dickson Intercollegiate (-14) and through the Notre Dame Clover Cup (-3)…was never above seventh place in the individual standings in any of the three consecutive events…career low third round score of 71 in the third round of the ACC Championships…led the Seminoles with four eagles during the season – two in the Schooner Fall Classic, one in the Cougar Fall Classic and a fourth in the Dickson Intercollegiate…the Seminoles’ team-leader with two wins and tied for the team lead with four top-10 individual finishes…second among her teammates with 11 scores at par or better…averaged 73.22 strokes in 23 rounds during eight events.
Played in the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J…finished in a tie for 150th place with scores of 77 and 83…totaled 21 of 36 holes scored at par or better with two birdies in her two rounds played in one of the world’s most prestigious events…helped lead the European Team to the championship of the Vagliano Trophy competition in Italy along with Seminole All-American Matilda Castren…played in the 2017 Ladies British Amateur Open Championship in South Wales…finished in third place at the European Ladies Amateur Championship with scores of 71+70+72+69=282 at the Lausanne (Switzerland) Golf Club…finished only two strokes out of the lead of Agathe Laisne of France…advanced to the second stage of LPGA Q-School with a tied for 11th place finish in the event which was held at the Mission Hills Country Club in California (Aug. 24-27)…totaled scores of 67-69-72-73 to finish with a 7-under par score of 281…was only 10 strokes out of the lead…the second stage of Q-School is Oct. 16-22, 2017 at Venice, Fla.
Advanced to the Second Round of LPGA Qualifying School during the fall of 2017…finished in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings in stage 1 with a 7-uder par score of 281…totaled scores of 67-69-72-73 on the Dinah Shore Course at the Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif…finished in a tie for 90th place in the individual standings in state 2 with a 9-over par score of 297…carded scores of 75-77-75-70 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla…missed qualifying for stage 3 by only two strokes.
Played in three of Florida State’s four fall season matches and finished the season with the Seminoles’ second-best scoring average (72.33)…a member of the Seminoles’ lineup for the ocean Course Invitational, the Schooner Fall Classic and the ANNIKA intercollegiate…helped the Seminoles to a second place finish at the Ocean Course Invitational and to a fifth place finish in the team standings at the Schooner Fall Classic…led Florida State with a tied for 10th place finish in the individual standings in leading Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings at the Ocean Course Invitational…in a tie for 11th place after the first round with a score of 73 and moved up into a tie for ninth place in the team standings with a two-round total of 146…earned her sixth career top-10 individual finish with a 74 in the final round…eighth career eagle came in the first round of the Ocean Course Invitational in the first round on No. 4…led the Seminoles and finished in a tied for 13th place in the individual standings with a 2-under par total of 211…her finish helped the Seminoles to a fifth place finish in the team standings…her below par finish was the 10th below par tournament finish of her career…scores of 71-73-67 for a total of 211…her score of 211 is ranked as the fifth best of her career for a three-round tournament…her score of 4-under par 67 in the third round moved her from a tie for 23rd after two rounds into a tied for 13th in the final standings…her ninth career eagle came in the third round and shot in the 60’s for the first time as a senior…was her 14th career top-15 individual finish…finished in a tie for 22nd place in the individual standings at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate…aided by identical scores of 71 in the second and third rounds which allowed her to move into the top 25 of the individual standings…finished as Florida State’s leader at the Ocean Course Invitational and the Schooner Fall Classic—the ninth and 10th times she has finished as Florida State’s leader in a given event…led the Seminoles during the season with six rounds scored at par or better including a near career-low 67 in the third round of the Schooner Fall Classic…led the Seminoles with two eagles during the season to bring her total to nine for her career…eagles came in the Ocean Course Invitational and the Schooner Fall Classic…averaged 72.33 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments.
Graduated from Auguste Piccard High School in Switzerland in 2014…the silver medal finish for Switzerland was its best ever in the history of the World Championships…won the qualification tournament for the Crédit Suisse Junior Tour, finished second at the Austrian International Amateur with a 6 under par score of 66 in the final round, finished second at the Sir Henry Cooper Trophy/Junior Master’s in England Tournament and placed second at the Swiss Junior Championship – an event in which she lost the title in a playoff… finished third at the 2013 European Young Masters (Under 16 European Championship), placed fourth at the 2013 Belgian Amateur and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2013 British Girls’ Championship.
Born March 18, 1997…Morgane is the daughter of Valerie and Oliver Metraux…speaks three languages fluently…has played the piano for 10 years and earned a top honor on her final exam for the piano in 2012…earned a second place finish (along with her sister and Seminole teammate Kim) at the National Championship of Music for Youth in Switzerland…selected Florida State over Kent State, Kentucky and Wisconsin…major is management (business).
The two golfers I like the most are Matteo Manassero and Sergio Garcia.: My favorite golf movie is the Legend of Bagger Vance.: My two favourite golf courses are the Al Badia in Dubai and the Yas Links in Abu Dhabi.: I have carded one hole in one. It was two years ago in Lausanne, my home club. I was playing in a junior club championship and I didn’t see the ball going in.: My favorite aspects of the game of golf are being under pressure and the ability to see what I am capable of in pressure situations. I also love the feeling when I have worked on something and I can see results! I also like the fact that you never do the same, you never play the same shot. In fact I like everything about the sport of golf!: I did a lot of skiing before turning my concentration to golf. Skiing is very time consuming and I had to reduce the number of skiing days. I also participated in horse riding and classical dance for several years. The best advice I have ever gotten about the game of golf is first to enjoy the game, to stay patient and to work hard. If you work hard the results are going to follow, it’s just a matter of time.
Driver: TaylorMade TP Aeroburner 9.5 Wood:3 Wood — TaylorMade TP Aeroburner 15 / 5 Wood — Taylormade TP Aeroburner 18 Hybrid: Titleist 915H 21 Rescue 3 Irons: Taylormade RSi 2(3-6) / Taylormade RSI (picthing wedge, 7) Wedges: TaylorMade R Series Tow Grind 58/52 degree Putter: Pro S White Hot Oddyssey Ball: Titleist ProV1x Glove: When I am plying for Florida State I wear Nike and when I am home I wear Footjoy Favorite Club: Depends on the day Superstition: I always put my marker on the same side (it’s two-sided)
|Schooner Fall Classic||72-71-71||+4||214||T36|
|Florida State Match-Up||76-77-73||+10||226||T28|
|Gator Women’s Invitational||82-77-77||+26||236||T51|
|Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate||75-72-71||+2||218||T16|
|Bryan National Collegiate||79-83-74||+20||236||T57|
|NCAA San Antonio Regional Championships||68-70-75||-3||213||T10|
|Schooner Fall Classic||77-WD||WD||WD||WD|
|Florida State Match-Up||73-79-71||+7||223||T15|
|Gator Women’s Invitational||74-67-73||+4||214||T3|
|3M Lady Jaguar Invitational||74-76-73||+7||223||T24|
|Briar’s Creek Invitational||71-68-70||-7||209||T2|
|Bryan National Colegiate||79-72-75||+10||226||T15|
|NCAA Shoal Creek Regional Championships||74-76-83||+17||233||T43|
|NCAA Championship Finals||70-72-77-71||+1||289||T20|
|Schooner Fall Classic||68-67-66||-12||201||1|
|Cougar Fall Classic||71-70-74||-1||215||T19|
|Jim West Challenge||73-71-70||-2||214||T14|
|Florida State Match-Up||70-67-68||-11||205||1|
|The Dickson Intercollegiate||69-66-67||-14||202||1|
|Notre Dame Clover Cup||69-71-73||-3||213||T6|
|NCAA Columbus Regional Championships||72-74-78||+8||224||T13|
|NCAA Championship Finals||81-78-81||+24||240||T91|
|Ocean Course Invitational||73-73-74||+1||220||T10|
|Schooner Fall Classic||71-73-67||-2||211||T13|
|The Dickson Intercollegiate||75||+3||75||T38|