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KIM METRAUX

Player profile

(Updated July 2017)
height
5-7
year
Senior
hometown
Lausanne, Switzerland
high school
Gymnase de Chamblandes

STATISTICS:

YearsEventsRoundsStrokesAvg.LowTop 10
2014-158231,73875.5770
2015-1613382,79473.53676
2016-1712352,57073.43654
Totals33967,10273.986510

2015, 2016, 2017 WGCA All-American Scholar Team
2015, 2016, 2017 All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team
2015, 2016, 2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2015 Academic Dean’s List Honors (Fall and Spring)
2016 ACC Golfer of the Month (February) 
2016 and 2017 All-ACC
2016 All NCAA Championships Shoal Creek Regional Honors
2016 Academic Dean’s 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’s List Honors (Spring) (4.0 GPA)

 

Feature Stories: Meeting Swiss Sisters Kim And Morgane Metraux How Florida State Golf Became One Of The Best /

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On Metraux (Career Average: 73.98 / Low Round: 65)

Two-time All-ACC honoree is 2016 and 2017…earned All-ACC and All-NCAA Shoal Creek Regional honors in 2016…earned All-ACC honors for the second time as a junior in 2017…averaged a career-low 73.98 strokes in 35 rounds during 12 tournaments as a junior in 2016-17…one of only four players in the ACC in 2016 to earn WGCA All-American Scholar Athlete honors, to be named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and to the All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf Team for her work in the classroom and earned All-ACC honors for her performance on the golf course…shares the school-record for career-low single-round score with a 65 in the first round of the Schooner Fall Classic in 2016…earned her career best score for 36 holes (138) at the fall 2015 Jacksonville Classic and at the fall 2016 Schooner Fall Classic…best career score for a three round tournament (210) came at the fall 2016 Schooner Fall Classic…was a career-low 3 strokes under par in finishing in a tie for eighth place in the individual standings at the 2016 Schooner Fall Classic…earned the best finishes of  her career (second place) at the fall 2015 Jacksonville Classic and spring 2016 Florida State Match-Up (tied for second)…also finished in a tie for third in the individual standings at the fall 2015 Cardinal Cup… finished in a tie for third place in the individual standings and led Switzerland to a second place finish in the team standings at the 2016 World Amateur Team Championships in Riviera Maya, Mexico…the No. 2 ranked player in the final Swiss Girls’ ranking in 2013…finished fifth at the 2013 Swiss Girls’ Championship…teamed with her sister, Seminole senior Morgane, 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…helped the Golf Club of Lausanne win the team championship at the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championship…played with Morgane, to win the team championship and finished in second place during stroke play with a score of 68 in the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championship…finished in third place in the 2013 Belgian International Amateur…finished in seventh place in the individual standings at the 2014 European Amateur Ladies Championship in Estonia with a 4 under par score of 284…played for her home country of Switzerland in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championship in Karuizawa, Japan…along with her sister, Morgane, helped lead Switzerland to a second place finish at the 2015 European Ladies Team Championship… finished in a tie for 17th place in the individual standings at the 2015 European Ladies Amateur Championships in Austria…finished in a tie for 52nd place in the individual standings at the 2016 European Ladies Amateur Championship in Sweden…finished in seventh place at the 2015 Swiss International Championship at Breitenloo Golf Club in Switzerland…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…earned Academic President’s List Honors (4.0 GPA) at Florida State in the spring of 2016, the fall of 2016 and the spring of 2017…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 Golden Torch Award for the Seminole women’s golf team in 2015…the Golden Torch is presented to a student-athlete on each of Florida State’s athletic teams annually and goes to the top student-athlete on each team…earned the 2016 Golden Nole Award for women’s golf…the award is presented to one student-athlete on each team who has most exhibited the academic and community service ideals on each of Florida State’s athletic teams…averages 73.98 strokes in 96 rounds during 33 events entering her senior season in 2017-18…

Fall 2014: (Scoring Average: 73.89 / Low Round 70)

Earned her way into the Seminoles’ lineup for the final three events of the fall season…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…her play as a member of the Seminoles’ lineup allowed Florida State to earn a second place team finish at the Lady Paladin Invitational and a fifth place finish in the team standings at the Alamo Invitational…earned her lowest single round score of the season (70) in the third round of the Schooner Fall Invitational…best event of the season came in the final event – the Alamo Invitational…earned her best season score for 36 holes (143), her season-best tournament score (217) and her best score of the season vs. par (plus 1) at the Alamo Invitational…tied her season best score of 70 in the third round of the Schooner Fall Invitational allowed her to move up seven positions in the individual standings…was a total of 1-stroke over par in her final four rounds of the season – an even par 70 in the third round of the Schooner Fall Classic, a 1-under par score of 71 in the first round of the Alamo Invitational, a 2-over par 70 in the second round and an even par 72 in the third round of the event…averaged 73.89 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments…

Spring 2015: (Scoring Average: 76.54 / Low Round: 72)

A member of the Seminoles’ lineup in two matches and played as an individual in three more matches…earned her way into the starting lineup for the Gator Women’s Invitational and the Bryan National Collegiate…helped lead the Seminoles to a third place finish at the Gator Invitational and to a fifth place finish at the power-packed Bryan National Collegiate…finished in a season-best 11th place in the individual standings in the Florida Challenge on the Black Diamond Ranch on Lecanto, Fla…carded scores of 72-77 for a 149 total…her score of 72 in the first round of the Florida Challenge was tied for her best single round score of the spring season…also carded a pair of 72’s in the second and third rounds of the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…her 11th place finish at the Florida Challenge was the best of her freshman season and her first career top-15 finish as a Seminole…her play at the Gator Women’s Invitational helped Florida State secure a third place finish – one of four top three finishes of the season for the Seminoles during the year…played her best event of the spring season as an individual in the Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate…after an opening round 77, she carded consecutive scores of 72 to close the event…earned her third career top-30 finish as she placed in a tie for 29th in the individual standings in the event…finished second among the eight Florida State players in terms of score and placing overall in the event…was also the Seminoles’ leading individual player (not in the starting lineup) at the Florida Challenge…ranked among the team leaders with six rounds scored at par or better during her first full year as a Seminole…averaged 76.54 strokes in 14 rounds during five events…

Fall 2015: (Scoring Average: 71.91 / Low Round: 67)

Enjoyed her best season as a Seminole as she played as a member of the Seminoles’ lineup in each of the team’s four events and finished with a career-low 71.91 stroke average…the team leader with 11 rounds scored at 75 or better, tied for first with six rounds at par or better, second on the team in stroke average and tied for second with two rounds scored in the 60’s…first two career top-10 finishes with a second place individual finish at the Jacksonville Classic and a tied for third place individual finish at the Cardinal Cup…finished under par in the Jacksonville Classic (minus 3) and at the Cardinal Cup (minus 1) for the first two times in her career…helped Florida State earn the team championship at the Jacksonville Classic and two runner-up team finishes at the Jim West Challenge and the Cardinal Cup…first career top-10 finish (second) and first time as a Seminole to finish under par (minus 3) also came at the Jacksonville Classic…was at her best in helping lead the Seminoles to the team championship of the Jacksonville Classic with a 3 under par score of 213 and a second place finish in the individual standings…season-best score of 67 in the first round put her a tie for first place in the individual standings and the Seminoles in first place in the team standings…her second round score of 71 and 36 hole total of 138 had her in a tie for second place and Florida State in the team lead after 26 holes of the Jacksonville Classic…carded a third round score of 75 to finish with a season-best three round total of 213…earned the highest finish of her career and finished only one stroke behind teammate Matilda Castren in the race for the individual championship at the Jacksonville Classic…helped the Seminoles gain a 24-stroke victory over Rollins College in taking the team championship…finished in a tie for third place in the individual standings at the season-ending Cardinal Cup with a 1 under par total of 215…best score of the event came as a 69 in the second round and moved her into a tie for third place in the individual standings…her score of 69 moved her up 13 positions in the individual standings after a first round score of 74 put her in a tie for 16th place in the individual standings…carded a third round score of 72 to finish with a 215 total and in a tie for third place in the individual standings…her performance helped Florida State finish in second place in the team standings and in front of three teams ranked ahead of it nationally including No. 18 Texas A&M…closed out the Jim West Challenge with back to back scores of 72 to finish in a tie for 18th place in the individual standings with a three round total of 219…averaged a career-low 71.91 strokes in 11 rounds during four tournaments…

Spring 2016: (Scoring Average: 74.19 / Low Round: 68)

Earned All-ACC and All-NCAA Shoal Creek Regional honors as she played in all nine events during the spring season…a member of the Seminoles’ lineup in eight of the teams’ nine events (she played as an individual during the spring season opening Florida Challenge)…the best individual finish of her career (tied for second) came at the Florida State Match-Up at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course…helped the Seminoles to the team title in their home event for the first time…earned a team-high tying four top 10 finishes…(tied for second at the Florida State Match-Up, tied for fifth at the Florida Challenge, tied for sixth at the Gator Women’s Invitational and tied for seventh at the NCAA Shoal Creek Regional Championship)…a career-high tying two events scored below par to bring her career total to four…opened the season with a 2-under par total of 142 at the season opening Florida Challenge and followed that with a 1-under par total of 215 in finishing in second place at the Florida State Match-Up…career best second round score of 68 in the second round of the Florida Challenge…was at her best at the NCAA Shoal Creek Regional Championship as she led the Seminoles to a second place finish in the team standings which allowed them to advance to the NCAA Championship Finals for the first time since 2010…scores of 73-77-74 for a total of 224 in finishing in a tie for seventh place in the individual standings and earning All-Regional honors for the first time in her career…her first round score of 73 had her in a team-leading tie for fourth place in the individual standings and boosted the Seminoles to a second place finish in the team standings after the first 18 holes…was in a tie for 12thplace with a second round 77 and moved into her final position of tied for seventh with a third round score of 74…Florida State’s scoring leader in the first and third rounds during the total team effort of finishing in second place and advancing to the National Championship Finals…her tie for seventh place finish is the seventh best finish by a Seminole in a regional championship event…led Florida State to the team championship in the Florida State Match-Up with scores of 72-72-71 for a 1-under par total of 215…the Seminoles’ team championship was their first in four editions of their home tournament…her first round score of 76 put her in sixth place in the individual standings and helped the Seminoles to a first place showing in the team standings…moved into a tie for fourth place in the individual standings with a second round score of 72 and a 36-hole total of 144…closed the tournament with a 1-under par score of 71 and a 215 total to finish in second place in the individual standings…her score helped the Seminoles to an even par team score and a first place finish in the event…finished four strokes out of the individual lead of Maddie Szeryk of Texas A&M…finished as the Seminoles’ leader at the Florida State Match-Up for the second of two times in her career…earned her career-best fourth consecutive top 10 finish at the Gator Women’s Invitational as she finished in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings…carded scores of 69-72-75 for a 216 total – the fourth lowest tournament total of her career…her first round score of 69 put her into a tie for second place in the individual standings while her 36-hole total of 141 had her in third place in the team standings…her play helped Florida State into a tie for fourth in the team standings after the first and second rounds and into second place in the final team standings…totaled scores of 79-76-75-78 in the NCAA Championship Finals…averaged 74.19 strokes in 27 rounds during nine tournaments…

Summer 2016:

Advanced to match play at the British Ladies Amateur Championship…qualified in 10th place during stroke play with a 1-under par score of 70 in the second round…won her first round of match play with a 3&2 victory over Chloe Williams before falling in in the second round by a score of 4&3…played for Switzerland in the European Ladies Amateur Team Championships…helped lead Switzerland to a 1-2 record in Flight A match play…finished in a tie for 52nd place in the final individual standings at the 2016 European Ladies Amateur Championship in Sweden…team with her sister, Morgane, to win the team title for the Golf Club of Lausanne at the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championship…finished in second place in the stroke play portion of the 2016 Swiss Interclub Championship with a score of 68…finished four strokes behind her sister and Seminole teammate Morgane in the stroke play competition…

2016 World Championships:

Finished in a tie for third place in the individual standings and led Switzerland to a second place finish in the team standings at the 2016 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…carded scores of 69-72-69-69 for a 9-under par total of 279…finished only five strokes out of the championship won by Hye Jin Choi of the team championship winning Republic of Korea team…was in third place in the individual standings after a first round score of 69…tied for third following a second round score of 72…tied for second after a third round score of 69 and a three-round total of 210…finished in a tie for third in the individual standings with a 69 in the fourth round and a four round total of 279…was the only golfer in the 163-player field to card three scores in the 60’s during the four round event…led Switzerland to first place in team standings after the first round…the Swiss never fell below second in the team standings during the event and finished in second place…

Fall 2016: (Scoring Average: 72.75 / Low Round: 65)

A member of the Seminoles’ lineup for all four matches…tied the all-time school record for a single round with a 65 in the first round of the Schooner Fall Classic – the first round of the season…her career-low and school-record tying score of 65 is tied for the best mark in school history with Kris Tamulis (is the second round of the 2003 ACC Championship) and Matilda Castren (in the second round of the 2016 Jim West Challenge and the second round of the 2017 Clemson Invitational)…helped lead Florida State to three team titles (Schooner Fall Classic, Jim West Challenge and the Cardinal Cup) in its four events during the fall season…earned two top-10 finishes to bring her career total to eight…finished in a tie for eighth place in both the individual standings at the Schooner Fall Classic and the Jim West Challenge…was in first place after the opening round of the Schooner Fall Classic with her school-record tying low score of 65…move into sixth place in the individual standings with a second round score of 73 and earned a top-10 finish with a 72 in the final round…finished the Schooner Fall Classic with a 3-under par total of 210 to mark the fourth time in her career that she had finished with a below par score for a tournament during her career as a Seminole…her score of 210 is her best career score for a three-round tournament…played her best tournament of the fall season as she finished in a tie for eighth place in the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to the team title at the Jim West Challenge…finished with two scores under par (including a 68 in the opening round) and two scores at par or below in finishing with a career-low four under par score of 212..her score of 212 is the second-best tournament score of her career…her first round score of 68 had her in tie for first place after the first 18 holes of the event…carded a 73 in the second round to move into a tie for seventh place in the individual standings and finished in a tie for eighth place with her third round score of 212…her second round score of 73 included the second eagle of her career…finished nine strokes out of the lead of teammate Matilda Castren who won the sixth individual championship of her Florida State career…her score of 65 in the first round of the Schooner Fall Classic is the best first round score of her career…averaged 72.75 strokes in 12 rounds during four tournaments…

Spring 2017 vs. Florida:

Defeated Kelly Grassel in 22 holes in a match play event won by Florida State at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee on April 7, 2017…her victory was the Seminoles’ event clinching victory in defeating the Gators…No. 3 Florida State defeated No. 6 Florida by a 3-2 margin…

Spring 2017 vs. Duke:

Halved her match against Ana Belac of Duke at the Northwestern Quad Match on April 29, 2017 at Lakeshore Country Club in Glencoe, Ill. …No. 9 Duke defeated No. 5 Florida State, 4-1, in match play…

Spring 2017: (Scoring Average: 73.78 / Low Round: 68)

Selected to the All-ACC team for the second time in her career…played in her second career NCAA Championship Finals in 2017…enjoyed a solid spring season two top-10 and five top-20 individual finishes…participated in all eight tournaments for the Seminoles…placed in the top-10 twice to bring her career total to 10…led the Seminoles with a tied for 11th place finish at the NCAA Columbus Regional Championship…helped the Seminoles finish in third place in the team standings to advance to the NCAA Championship Finals for the second consecutive season…finished in a tied for sixth in the individual standings at the Florida Challenge and in a tie for the 10th spot at the Notre Dame Clover Cup…shot her spring low of 68 in the first round at the Notre Dame Clover Cup and finished the tournament with a 1-under par total of 215…tied for fourth in the individual standings and the Seminoles’ leader with her first round score of 68…her team-leading score had the Seminoles in first place in the team standings after the first round…carded an even par score of 72 in the second round and moved into a tie for seventh place in the individual standings…finished in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings as Florida State finished in third place…played outstanding golf at the ACC Championships as she put herself in contention to become the first individual ACC champion in school history… turned in the low round of the first day of the ACC Championship for the Seminoles, a 3-under par 69…finished the round tied for the team lead with four birdies including two on her near perfect back nine…after a birdie on her first hole, she played near flawless golf the rest of the way…she was as many as three strokes under par as she finished at two under par over the course of her final 12 holes of the round…was in a tie for third place in the individual standings after round one… improved her standing by two positions in the individual standings and moved into a tie for first place as she carded a 1-under par 71 in the second round…was her second consecutive below par score and gave her a 36-hole total of 140…finished tied for the team lead with four birdies and was never above par during the round…she moved into a first place tie in the individual standings with Duke’s Leona Maguire on the 18th hole as she earned a par 5 while Maguire earned a bogey 6…finished the tournament in a tie for 17th place in the individual standings…helped Florida State tie its school record with a second place finish in the team standings of the event…shot just one over par at the Clemson invitational to help lead the Seminoles to their school record sixth team title of the year…helped lead the Seminoles to the Florida State Match-up title where she contributed to a school record team tournament score (837) and strokes under par (27) by shooting a 72-73-76 in three rounds of play…was a contributing factor to the Seminoles’ securing the team championship at The Dickson Invitational…averaged 73.78 strokes in 23 rounds during eight tournaments…

Summer 2017

Played in the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista, Calif…totaled scores of 77-75=152…qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur with her third place individual finish in the 2016 Women’s World Amateur Team Championship…played in the 2017 Ladies British Amateur Open Championship in South Wales…finished in a tie for 21st place in the European Ladies Amateur Championship with scores of 74+71+73+72=290…the event was played at the Lausanne (Switzerland) Golf Club – her home club.

Before Florida State:

Graduated from Chamblandes High School in Switzerland in 2014…has been a member of the Swiss National team since 2012 and has twice represented Switzerland at the European Girls Team Championships (2012 and 2013)…finished in second place at the 2012 Swiss Junior Championship (she lost the title after a five-hole playoff) and earned a third place finish at the 2013 Belgian International Amateur with a 3 under par score of 285…finished as a finalist at the 2012 Swiss Match Play Championship…with her third place finish at the Belgian International Amateur, 2013 ranked as Kim’s best year of competitive golf…won the Crédit Suisse Junior Tour Final, finished in a tie for fourth place in the qualification round for the European Girls Team Championship, finished in a tie for sixth at the Austrian International Amateur, in eighth place at the European Ladies Club Championship and earned a top 10 finish at the International Brabants Open…played in the Spanish Ladies International Championship where she advanced to the match play portion of the championship…earned a victory over the eighth ranked player in the world in the first round of match play in the event…finished in fourth place in the French Girls International Championship with a tournament score of 1 under par in 2014…won the championship of the Ticino Championship in Switzerland with a 4 under par total of 138 for the rain shortened event…finished in fourth place in the 2014 Swiss Match Play Championship qualification rounds before the start of match play…finished in fourth place in the 2014 Slovenian Ladies Amateur Championship and was the leader in the event after the first two rounds of play…

Personal:

Born May 21, 1995…Kim is the daughter of Valerie and Oliver Metraux…speaks four languages fluently… has played the piano for 12 years and studied music theory for eight years growing up …earned a second place finish (along with her sister and Seminole teammate Morgane) at the National Championship of Music for Youth in Switzerland…selected Florida State over Kent State and Kentucky…major is management (business)…

On The Course With Kim Metraux:

My favorite golfers are Martin Kaymer and Sergio Garcia.: My favorite golf movie is The Greatest Game Ever Played.: My favorite golf book is Golf: Its History from 1304 to Today by André-Jean Lafaurie.: I have several favorite courses: The Champion at PGA National, The Links at Fancort (South Africa), the Yas Links (Abu Dhabi) and The Real Club de Golf de Sotogrande (Spain).:  I have carded two holes in one.  The first one was in Sweden in Hahmstad during training prior to the European Girls Team Championship in 2013. The second one was during the practice round of the Dixie Amateur in 2013 in Heron Bay in Florida.: I love everything about the sport of golf.  I like the competition and always want more.  Every time you play, it is a different situation. You never play twice the same way even on the same course. It makes the sport of golf so exciting.: I did a lot of skiing before golf. Great mountains are a one hour drive from home. I also participated in horse riding and classical dance for several years.: The best advice I have been given about the game of golf is to have fun and stay patient.

 

What's In Kim's Bag:

Driver: TaylorMade R15 9.5 Wood: 3: Wood TaylorMade R15 / 5 Wood TaylorMade RBZ 2 Tour Hybrid: TaylorMade RBZ Irons: TTitleist APZ 714 Wedges: TaylorMade TP EF Spin Groove 58 and 52 Putter: Ping Scottsdale TR Grayhawk Ball: Titleist ProV1x Glove:Nike Favorite Club: I like all of my clubs the same, but beacuse I just received my drive, I’d say my favorite club is my driver Superstition: More of a habt than a superstition, I always put my putter cover on both sticks (when I am using my putter)

Fall 2014

Tournament1-2-3ParTotalFinish
Lady Paladin Invitational77-74-79+14230T50
Schooner Fall Classic74-74-70+8218T58
Alamo Invitational71-74-72+1217T24

Spring 2015

Tournament1-2-3ParTotalFinish
Florida Challenge72-77+514911
Florida State Match-Up77-74-75+10226T28
Gator Women’s Invitational81-77-89+27237T53
Web.com/Marsh Landing Intercollegiate77-72-72+5221T29
Bryan National Collegiate79-76-85+24240T71

Fall 2015

Tournament1-2-3ParTotalFinish
Schooner Fall Classic72-72+2144T26
Jacksonville Classic67-71-75-32132
Jim West Challenge75-72-72+3219T18
Cardinal Cup74-69-72-1215T3

Spring 2016

Tournament1-2-3-4ParTotalFinish
Florida Challenge74-68-2142T5
Florida State Match-Up72-72-71-1215T2
Gator Women’s Invitational69-72-75+6216T6
3M Lady Jaguar Invitational76-73-72+5221T17
Briar’s Creek Invitational74-72-76+6226T38
Bryan National Collegiate78-72-78+12228T26
ACC Championships76-77-74+11227T33
NCAA Shoal Creek Regional Championships73-77-74+6224T7
NCAA Championship Finals79-76-75-78+2030878

Fall 2016

Tournament1-2-3ParTotalFinish
Schooner Fall Classic65-73-72-3210T8
Cougar Fall Classic74-79-70+7223T62
Jim West Challenge68-73-71-4212T8
Cardinal Cup77-74-77+1222820

Spring 2017

Tournament1-2-3ParTotalFinish
Florida Challenge73-75+4148T6
Florida State Match-Up72-73-76+5221T28
The Dickson Intercollegiate70-73-77+4220T24
Notre Dame Clover Cup68-72-75-1215T10
Clemson Invitational73-71-73+1217T15
ACC Championships69-71-69+3219T17
NCAA Columbus Regional Championships77-73-73+7223T11
NCAA Championship Finals79-79-76+18234T66

Kim Metraux By The Numbers

  • Round: 65 (Schooner Fall Classic, Fall 2016)
  • 36 Holes: 138 (Jacksonville Classic, Fall 2015) (Schooner Fall Classic, Fall 2016)
  • Tournament: 210 (Schooner Fall Classic, Fall 2016)
  • Tournament Score vs. Par: -4 (Jim West Challenge, Fall 2016)
  • Best Finish: 2 (Jacksonville Classic, Fall 2015) (Florida State Match-Up, Spring 2016)
  • Top 5 Finishes: 5 (Last: T2, Florida State Match-Up, Spring 2016)
  • Top 10 Finishes: 10 (Last: T10, Notre Dame Clover Cup, Spring 2017)
  • Top 15 Finishes: 12 (Last T15, Clemson Invitational, Spring 2017)
  • Top 20 Finishes: 13 (Last: 20, Cardinal Cup, Fall 2016)

Kim Metraux as Florida State's Leader

  • Fall 2015 Cardinal Cup (T3)
  • Spring 2016 Florida State Match-Up (T2)
  • Spring 2017 NCAA Columbus Regional Championships (T11)

Kim Metraux's Eagles At Florida State

  • Fall 2015 Cardinal Cup, Second Round, Hole No. 6, Oct. 19, 2015
  • Fall 2016 Jim West Challenge, Second Round, Hole No. 5, Oct. 9, 2016
  • Spring 2017, Florida State Match-Up, Hole 4, Feb. 11, 2017

Kim Metraux's Best Rounds At Florida State

  • First Round: 65 (Schooner Fall Classic, Fall 2016)
  • Second Round: 68 (Florida Challenge, Spring 2016)
  • Third Round: 70 (Schooner Fall Classic, Fall 2014)