Considered by many to be Florida State’s greatest women’s golfer, Caroline Westrup is the only four-time All-American and the only four-time All-ACC selection in school history.
Westrup enters the Florida State Athletics Hall of Fame ranked sixth in school history with a career stoke average of 73.23. She is ranked second in school history with five individual tournament victories and she helped the Seminoles win five tournament championships during her career. She earned All-America First-Team honors in 2006 and 2007 by the National Golf Coaches’ Association and GolfWeek Magazine, All-America Second-Team honors in 2008 by the NGCA and GolfWeek and All-American Honorable Mention by GolfWeek in 2009.
Westrup was Florida State’s top individual finisher in 27 events during her career, ranks second in school history with 18 top-10 finishes, shot her career-best single-round score of 66 five times and and is tied for fifth in school history with 42 rounds scored at par or better.
Westrup competed in the NCAA Championship finals three times and won the individual championship at the 2006 World Amateur Championships. She is also only six players in school history to earn All-American Scholar Athlete honors as named by the National Golf Coaches’ Association of American three times.