(As of April 1, 2020)
Career Stroke Average — 12th — 75.19
2019 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2019 Academic Dean’s List (Fall)
One of two experienced juniors on Florida State’s roster whose game improves each time she steps onto the golf course…enters her junior year ranked 12th in school history with a 75.19 stroke average in 16 career events…one of two Seminoles who played in all seven events during Florida State’s shortened year in 2019-20…in the Seminoles’ lineup for each of the seven events as a sophomore…played in nine events as a freshman including her first ACC Championship, her first NCAA Regional Championship and her first NCAA Championship Finals events…played in all seven events in the spring of her freshman season as she led Florida State to a top-10 national ranking for much of her freshman year…first career top-20 finish (tied for 20th) came in her first career ACC Championship appearance during the spring of 2019…two scores in the 60’s in her first collegiate season – a career-best 67 in the third round of the 2019 ACC Championship and a 69 in the second round of the Schooner Fall Classic in the fall of 2018…two scores in the 60’s as a sophomore – 69 in the third round of the fall 2019 Schooner Fall Classic and 68 in the second round of the fall 2019 Jim West Challenge…finished under par (-2) in the 2018 Schooner Fall Classic – the first event of her collegiate career…under par for a three-round tournament for a second time in her career (-3) in finishing in a tie for 22nd at the fall 2019 Jim West Challenge…advanced to the round of 32 in match play at the 2019 British Women’s Amateur…finished tied for 11th in the 2019 European Ladies Amateur Championship…led England to the team title at the 2019 R&A Women’s Home International Championship…earned individual medalist honors as she finished in a tie for first place in the 2019 Astor Salver Tournament…led Team Norfolk to the 2019 East Region County Match Week Championship…won the individual championship of the 2019 Grand Prix de Chiberta…finished fifth at the 2019 Critchley Salver Tournament at the Sunningdale Golf Club…finished at a total of 3 stroke under par in the event…finished in 30th place at the 2019 English Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship…advanced to the round of 32 in match play at the 2019 British Women’s Amateur Royal County Down in Northern Ireland…a member of the English Girls National Squad, every year from 2015 to 2018, starting as the youngest member of the squad, Amelia has had many individual and team successes…she has represented England in the European Girls Team Championship in 2016, 2017 and 2018 helping the team to a bronze medal in 2017 after she finished in a tie for fourth in the individual stroke play qualifying…represented England in the 2016 European Young Masters, helping the team capture the bronze medal, in addition to the 2016 Nations Cup at the German Open, the 2016 Scottish U18 Championship, where she took another bronze medal, the 2017 Girls’ Home International Championships and the 2017 French International match…earned a second place finish in the 2016 English Girls U16 Open Championship, a second place finish in stroke play at the Fairhaven Trophy Championship for three consecutive years 2016, 2017, and 2018, a third place finish in the 2016 U18 English Girls Mather Championship and the 2015 West of England U16 Champion…the Hampshire Rose 36 Hole Ladies Open stroke play champion in 2018, the Norfolk Ladies County individual stroke play and match play Champion in both 2017 and 2018, both in addition to winning the 2017 and 2018 72 hole combined Gold Rose stroke play Championship, allowing her to become the first ever inaugural winner of the event sponsored by the renowned English golfer and Olympic Champion Justin Rose…named to the 2019 ACC Academic Honor Roll…earned Academic Dean’s List Honors during the fall of 2019…averages 75.19 strokes in 47 rounds in 16 tournaments entering her junior season.
Played in two of Florida State’s four fall events – the Schooner Fall Classic and the Jim West Challenge…helped lead the Seminoles to a second place finish in the Jim West Challenge…finished in a season-best tied for 25th place in the individual standings at the Schooner Fall Classic – the first event of her career…was Florida State’s second highest individual finisher at the Schooner Fall Classic…carded scores of 70-69-62 to finish at 2 under par in her first appearance as a Seminole…her second round score of 69 stands as her season-best while her 139 total for her first two collegiate rounds stands as the best 36-hole round total of her career…her season low score of 69 in the second round of the Schooner Fall Classic included a single-round season-high five birdies…totaled 11 birdies in the three rounds of play at the Schooner Fall Classic…totaled seven birdies in three rounds of the Jim West Challenge with a tournament-best three birdies coming in the second round of the event…Florida State finished one stroke out of the team lead as TCU won the team championship…totaled at least two birdies in each of her six rounds played in her first season as a Seminole…averaged a career-low 72.17 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments.
Helped lead Florida State to a second place finish in the ACC Championship and the NCAA Auburn Regional Championship and a 12th place finish in the NCAA Championship Finals…a member of the Seminoles’ lineup in each of the Seminoles’ seven events of the spring season…in the lineup for the spring-season opening Northrop Grumman Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif…played her best golf at the Northrop Grumman over the final two holes with scores of 74-75…totaled a 234 in the three rounds of the Northrop Grumman to finish in a tie for 69th place in the individual standings…carded a 71 in the second round of the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate…her second round score in the Darius Rucker helped Florida State move into first place in the team standings after two rounds of play…helped the Seminoles to the team championship in the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate with a tied for 41st place finish…scores of 71-72 in the second and third rounds helped her improve her standing…helped the Seminoles to the team championship at the Evans Derby Experience…carded a tournament-best 74 in the third round of the Evans Derby to help the Seminoles to the team championship — its second of the season…finished in a tie for 56th place in the individual standings at the Evans Derby Experience…a 73 in the first round of the Clemson Invitational as she was in the Seminoles’ lineup for the fourth consecutive event of the spring season…a 75 in the second round gave her a 148 two-round total at the Clemson Invitational…the Clemson Invitational was shortened to two rounds because of rain that canceled the third and final round of the event…a member of the Seminoles’ lineup for the 2019 ACC Championships at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C…totaled a 2 over par 74 in the second round for a 156 total for the first 36 holes…carded a career-best 67 in the third round of the ACC Championship to finish with a 7 over par score of 223…her score of 67 included a career-best for a single round seven birdies…finished in a tie for 20th place in the individual standings of the ACC Championship…made her first career regional championship appearance as she was in the Seminoles’ lineup for the 2019 NCAA Auburn Regional Championship…a 3 over par score of 75 had her in a tie for 34th place after the first round of the regional championship…an even par score of 72 and a 36-hole total of 147 in the Auburn Regional Championship…finished in a tie for 23rd place in the individual standings to help the Seminoles to a second place finish in the NCAA Auburn Regional Championship…carded an even par 72 in the final round to finish with a 220 total — the second best three round score of her career as a Seminole…helped Florida State reach its school-record fourth consecutive NCAA Championship Finals event…carded scores of 84-79-77 for a three round total of 240 in the NCAA Championship Finals…the event was cut from four rounds of stroke play to three because of weather…helped the Seminoles finish in 12th place in the team standings in the NCAA Championship Finals — only the third time in school history the Seminoles finished in the top-12 of the team standings at the National Championship Finals…averaged 75.95 strokes in 20 rounds during seven events.
Advanced to the round of 32 in match play at the British Women’s Amateur…finished tied for 11th in the European Ladies Amateur Championship…led England to the team title at the R&A Women’s Home International Championship…earned individual medalist honors as she finished in a tied for first place in the Astor Salver Tournament…led Team Norfolk to the East Region County Match Week Championship…won the championship of the Grand Prix de Chiberta…finished fifth at the Critchley Salver Tournament at the Sunningdale Golf Club…finished at a total of 3 stroke under par in the event…finished in 30th place at the English Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championships…advanced to the round of 32 in match play at the British Women’s Amateur Royal County Down in Northern Ireland…shot a 3 over par score of 76 and was in a tie for 48th place in the individual standings after the first round…finished in a tie for 36th place in stroke play with a two-round total of 151…advanced to match play with her finish in stroke play…defeated Sophie Hausman of Germany by one hole in the first round of match play…lost to Daniella Barrett of Finland, 3&2, in the second round of match play…earned individual medalist honors as she finished in a tie for first place in the Astor Salver Tournament at the Berkshire Club with scores of 74-69 for a two round total of 143…finished tied with Caley McGinty (who played collegiately at Kent State) and Sarah Gee (a senior at Tarleton State in Texas)…was one of four golfers to finish the 36-hole event under par…led Team Norfolk to the East Region County Match Week Championship as she won all nine of her matches over a five-day period in June…it marked the third time in the last four years the rising sophomore helped her team win the team title…marked the third time in the last four years she helped her team win the title…carded a 65 in the final round to win the championship of the Grand Prix de Chiberta by three strokes on June 7, 2019…totaled scores of 71-72-79-65 for a three-round total of 3 under par 277 to claim her second championship of the summer…finished tied for 11th in the European Ladies Amateur Championship at Parkstone Golf Club…shot a 2 under par 70 and is in a tie for 13th after the first of four rounds…in a tie for 14th place with a two-round total of 142 (70-72) heading into the third round…tied for 17th and advanced to the final round with scores of 70-72-72 for a three round total of 214…finished tied for 11th as she carded scores of 70-72-72-72 for four round total of 286 – all four rounds at par or better and only five strokes out of first place…a member of the championship winning England team in the R&A Women’s Home International Championship…teamed with Lily May Humphreys in doubles competition on the first day to defeat Lauren Hiller and Jordan Ryan of Wales by a 3&1 margin…England defeated Wales by an 8-1 margin on Day 1…helped England to an early lead over Scotland on Day 2 with her second consecutive doubles victory…won her singles match, 8&7, over Louise Duncan to clinch England’s 6-3 victory over Scotland on Day 2 of the R&A Women’s Home International Championship…England defeated Ireland, 3.5-2.5, to win the championship of the event…carded a 72 in the second round and finished in 30th place in the English Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championships with a 303 total of 72 holes.
Played in all four fall events for the Seminoles…was one of two Florida State players (also Beatrice Wallin) who played in all four events during the 2019 fall season…totaled four of 12 rounds played at par or better and eight of 12 rounds played with scores of 75 or better…season-low score of 68 came in the second round of the Jim West Challenge…in Florida State’s lineup for the season-opening Cougar Classic…carded a 1 over par 73 and was in a tie for 45th place after the first round…a two round total of 150 had the Seminoles in fourth place in the team standings after two rounds…a three round total of 226 with scores of 73-77-76 gave her a tied for 71st place finish in the Cougar Classic…a first round 76 had the Seminoles in fifth place in the team standings after the first 18 holes of the Schooner Fall Classic…a 71 in the second round of the Schooner Fall Classic gave her a 149 two-round total and moved her into a tie for 49th place…a 69 in the third round of the Schooner Fall Classic helped her finish with a 216 score and in a tie for 34th place…carded an even par 72 in the first round of the Jim West Challenge…was in a tie for 45th place in individual standings after the first round…a season low 68 in the second round and was in a team-leading tie for 21st place after two rounds with a two round total of 140…finished in a tie for 22nd place in the Jim West Challenge with scores of 72-68-73 and a 3 under par total of 213…marked the second under par tournament score of her Florida State career…her 3 under par total at the Jim West Challenge marks her career best tournament score vs. par…a 2 over par score of 70 and in a tie for 40th place after the first round of the Landfall Tradition…a two round total of 146 with scores of 74-72 had in a tie for 25th place in the individual standings after 36 holes…finished in a tie for 39th place in the individual standings with scores of 74-72-76 for a three round total of six over par 222…averaged 73.08 strokes in 12 rounds during four events.
Won both of her matches as Florida State defeated Virginia, 7.5-1.5, in an early season dual match against the cavaliers played at the Bay Point Golf Club in Panama City, Fla…won her morning match as she teamed with Puk Lyng Thomsen by a 2-up score over Virginia’s Beth Lillie and Riley Smyth…earned a point for the Seminoles in her afternoon head-to-head match-up, 2&1 over Lillie.
A member of Florida State’s line-up each of the Seminoles’ three events during their shortened season – the IJGA Guadalajara Collegiate Invitational, the Florida State Match-Up and the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate…helped the Seminoles to two top-five team finishes at the IJGA Guadalajara Invitational and in the Florida State Match-Up…earned a score of 74 and was in a for 31st after the first round of the IJGA Guadalajara Collegiate…a second round score of 74 in the second round of the IJGA Collegiate gave her a two-round total of 148 and put her in a tie for 37th place…finished in a tie for 44th place in the individual standings with scores of 74-74-77 for a three round total of 225…helped Florida State finish in a tie for 5th place in the team standings at the Guadalajara Collegiate Invitational…first two round scores of 80-75 for a 155 two-round total on the first day of the Florida State Match-Up…was in a tie for 21st place heading into the final round of the event hosted by the Seminoles…finished in a tie for 33rd place in the Florida State Match-Up with scores of 80-75-81 and a three-round total of 236…helped Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings at the Match-Up tournament…finished in 85th place in the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate…averaged 78.33 strokes in nine rounds during three events.
Graduated from the Norwich School for Girls in 2018, after attending for seven years including two years at sixth form…she earned the Academic Endeavor Award at Norwich High school for girls in 2015 and 2017…named the Sports Personality of the Year at the 2018 Norwich High school for Girls annual sports awards as well as earning the award for Best in School Sports Achievement in 2015, 2016 and 2018…the English U18 Schools Golf Champion in 2015, 2016 and 2017, the National U16 Schools Golf Champion in 2015, the South East England Schools Championship in 2015 and 2018, all in addition to serving as the English Schools Golf International team captain in 2016 and 2017.
Born June 23, 2000…Amelia is the daughter of Tracey and Mark Williamson…her dad was the most successful team captain of the Norfolk Men’s Golf team and played for nearly 30 years as a former scratch golfer still playing off a one handicap now…Tracey, her mum, is an accomplished scratch golfer and is the multiple winner of the Norfolk County golf championships, in addition to seven second place finishes…her home golf course is Royal Cromer…Amelia and Tracey paired together to win the Royal Mid Surrey Mothers and Daughters’, a 27-hole foursomes competition in 2016, 2017 and 2018…a member of the British record holding team for the fastest 100,000 meter rowing time as well as being an avid skier who has participated in the sport since age three…enjoys cooking…selected Florida State over Vanderbilt…major is Sport Management.
Driver: Taylormade M1. Wood: TaylormadeM1. Hybrid: Taylormade M1. Irons: Taylormade 790’s. Wedges: Taylormade Milled Grind. Putter: Scotty Cameron Golo 6. Ball: Titleist Pro V1. Favorite Club: 50 wedge. Ball Marker: First poker chip that comes out of my bag.
|Schooner Fall Classic||70-69-72||-2||211||T25|
|Jim West Challenge||76-73-73||+6||222||T35|
|Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge||85-74-75||+21||234||T69|
|Darius Rucker Intercollegiate||81-71-72||+11||224||T41|
|Evans Derby Experience||76-80-74||+14||230||T56|
|NCAA Auburn Regional||75-72-73||+4||220||T23|
|NCAA Championship Finals||84-79-77||+21||240||T97|
|Schooner Fall Classic||76-71-69||+6||216||T34|
|Jim West Challenge||72-68-73||-3||213||T22|
|Florida State Match-Up||80-75-81||+20||236||T33|
|Darius Rucker Intercollegiate||85-84-74||+31||244||85|