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Amy Bond - Women's Golf - Florida State Seminoles
Head Coach

(updated May 2023)

2017 ACC Coach of the Year
• President, Women’s Golf Coaches Association of America (2013-16)
• 17 straight NCAA Championship appearances (6 straight NCAA Finals Appearances) 
• 25 tournament wins (19 at Florida State)
• 2 Olympians
• 87 ACC Academic Honor Roll Selections
• 39 All-ACC Academic Golf team Selections
• 28 WGCA Scholar Athlete Team Selections
• 24 All-ACC Selections
• 15 All-Americans / 18 All-Regional Selections

Features: Bond Raising Funds For Hurricane Relief / Bond’s Birdies For Bucks / Bond Finds a Way To Give Back / FSU Celebrates 50 Years of Women’s Athletics in 2018-19 / Bond Earns Founder Award From WGCA / A Story Of Giving / FSU Pair Playing at Augusta National / Young Florida State Women’s Golf Team In Position To Win ACC Title / Amy Bond: Finding A New Normal / Amy Bond – Living With Coronavirus And Diabetes /

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Amy Bond, who is in her 13th season at Florida State, is at the top of her game.

In the last two seasons, her Seminoles have been ranked No. 1 in the nation, won two NCAA Regional Championships, achieved the best NCAA finish in school history, won six tournament championships, had four different players named All-American honors and three earn All-ACC honors.

Bond, the winningest coach in Florida State history, continues to lead the Seminoles into elite territory in college golf.  The Seminoles are the only current team in college golf who have won back to back NCAA Regional Championships (Louisville in 2021 and Tallahassee in 2022), have played in 16 consecutive NCAA Regional Championships and is one of only four teams in the nation who have played in the NCAA Championship Finals in each of the last six seasons.  The Seminoles are joined by Southern California, Stanford and Texas in an elite group of programs that have played during the final week of the season in each NCAA Championship since 2016

Bond was named as the seventh head coach in Florida State history on June 25, 2010. Now in her 13th season at her alma mater, she continues to lead the way nationally for winning, recruiting, coaching, and most importantly to her and her program, graduating her student-athletes.

With six team championships in the last two seasons, including two NCAA Regional Championships, Bond is Florida State’s all-time winningest coach with 17 victories at Florida State.  Bond has led her teams at Princeton and Florida State to 24 tournament championships.

In her first 12 seasons as Florida State’s head coach, Bond has developed one of the most competitive programs in the country – one that is consistently competing for conference and national honors.  She continues to build her team on the strength of bringing the best players into her program, and teaching them to be winners on the collegiate level.  Bond’s goals are to win team national championships as she produces outstanding players – players who can be successful at the professional level after they have left their marks at Florida State.

Bond, the 2017 ACC Coach of the Year, has led the Seminoles to a school record six consecutive appearances in the NCAA Championship Finals and to 12 straight NCAA regional championships appearance.

Her teams have recorded the top nine single season scoring averages in school history including a school-record 288.1 team average during the 2016-17 season when the Seminoles won a school-record six events, and led the ACC in stroke average.  The Seminoles have ranked in the top four in the ACC in stroke average in each of the last eight seasons.

Under Bond, the Seminoles have finished in the top-20 in the NCAA Championship Finals in each of the last six seasons including four consecutive top 12 finishes (2018, 19, 21, 22).  The Seminoles have finished in the top three in the NCAA Regional Championships in a school record six consecutive regionals (at Shoal Creek in 2016, at Ohio State in 2017, at Tallahassee in 2018, at Auburn in 2019, at Louisville in 2021 and at Tallahassee in 2022) while finishing as the ACC runners-up in each of the last five conference championships (2017, 18, 19, 21 and 22).

Individually, Bond has coached 24 of the top 25 golfers in school history.  She has recruited and coached six of the top seven Seminoles in terms of stroke average – including All-Americans Frida Kinhult, Beatrice Wallin, Matilda Castren, Morgane Metraux and Amanda Doherty.

Kinhult finished the 2019 season as one of the greatest golfers in Florida State history.  She earned First-Team All-American honors, was named the National Freshman of the Year, won the Golfstat Cup with the nation’s lowest stroke average, was the ACC Golfer of the Year (Co), the ACC Freshman of Year, was named to the All-ACC team, was a finalist for the ANNIKA and Honda Awards, and was named to the All-ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Bond also coached the most decorated player in school history – Beatrice Wallin.  Wallin graduated from Florida State with a degree in Humanities on April 29, 2022 as one of two four-time All-Americans in school history (First-Team in 2021 and 2022; Honorable Mention in 2018 and 2019), the 2021 ACC Golfer of the Year and a three-time All-ACC selection.  Wallin finished her four-year career with a stroke average of 72.11 – the second lowest stroke average in school history and finished her career as one of only four players in school history with a stroke average better than 72.56 strokes per round.

Bond, who grew up in a family of coaches, led Florida State to one of the greatest seasons in school history in 2017.

The Seminoles were ranked No. 1 in the nation, won six tournament championships, had four players named to the All-ACC team, led the nation in scoring average vs. par, and led the nation in par 5 scoring in route to Bond being named the ACC Coach of the Year.  Florida State won an unprecedented six tournaments to tie for the national lead.  Never before had any team in Florida State history won more than five events in a single season.  Florida State took over the nation’s No. 1 ranking after winning the Jim West Challenge and the Cardinal Cup during the fall season in 2016.  The Seminoles then earned the highest NCAA regional seed in school history (No. 2), and finished in third place in the NCAA Columbus Regional Championship before earning their second consecutive top-20 finish at the NCAA National Championship Finals.

During her 12 seasons as Florida State’s Head Women’s Golf Coach, Bond has coached 13 All-Americans, three NCAA Regional Champions, 23 All-ACC selections, 32 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll selections with 81 academic honors, 25 players who have been named to the All-ACC Academic team and 13 who have been named Scholar All-Americans.

During her 12 seasons at Florida State, the Seminoles have played in 11 NCAA Championship Tournaments, produced the school’s first three NCAA Regional Champions (Maria Salinas in 2012, Matilda Castren in 2016 and Beatrice Wallin in 2022), earned 13 All-American honors (Matilda Castren in 2014 and 2017, Salinas in 2011 and 2013, Morgane Metraux in 2017 and 2018, Amanda Doherty in 2018, Frida Kinhult in 2019, Beatrice Wallin in 2019, 20, 21 and 22, Amelia Williamson in 2022 and Charlotte Head in 2022), earned 23 All-ACC selections (Salinas in 2011 and 2012, Jessica Negron in 2013, Castren in 2014, 16 and 17, Alex Milan in 2014, Lydia Gumm in 2015 and 17, Kim Metraux in 2016 and 17, Morgane Metraux in 2017 and 18, Doherty in 2018, Kinhult and Wallin in 2019, Charlotte Heath and Wallin in 2021 and Heath, Wallin and Amelia Williamson in 2022) and have had 39 players earn All-ACC Academic Golf Team honors.

As the Seminoles’ Head Coach, she has led Florida State to 11 consecutive NCAA Championship Tournament appearances – a streak that brings the program’s current school-record streak to 16 consecutive NCAA appearances entering the 2022-23 season.

With her student-athlete first approach, her love of the game of golf, her unbridled love for Florida State University and her ability to recruit top-level talent, Bond constantly works to take the Seminole Women’s Golf Program to a higher level.  That higher level is in the classroom, her relationships with her players, and Florida State’s success on the golf course.  Her coaching philosophy has allowed her program to be recognized as one of the top all-around programs in college golf.

The Seminole Women’s Golf Team is recognized as a star among stars as Florida State is annually celebrated as one of the top athletic programs in the nation.  Florida State has finished in the top 25 in the Director’s Cup in each of the last 13 years.

As a player, Bond earned a spot on the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team.  As an assistant coach, she helped the Seminoles to three NCAA Tournament appearances.  As Florida State’s Head Coach, she has led the Seminoles to 11 NCAA Championship appearances.  She earned All-Region Honors in 1999 as she finished in a tied for 11th place at the NCAA East Regional Championship.

Throughout her playing career at Florida State, she played as one of the Seminoles’ top players (she was named Florida State’s team MVP in 1997, 1998 and 1999), played with a number of touring professionals (including LPGA major winner and current Golf Channel analyst Karen Stupples) and has coached many of Florida State’s recent greats including the only four-time golf All-American in school history (Caroline Westrup).  While achieving success during her career as a player and a coach, Bond has never lost sight of her ultimate goal: the success and achievements of her student-athletes.

In her 17 seasons as a Seminole coach (five as an assistant and 12 as the head coach), every student-athlete who played through her senior season at Florida State has earned her bachelor’s degree and every one played on at least one NCAA Tournament team during their careers.

Amy Bond joined the long and illustrious list of Florida State alumni who have returned to coach their alma mater when she was named the Seminoles’ head coach on June 25, 2010. She returned to her Seminole roots after an outstanding playing career at Florida State (1994-99) during which she finished in 30th place in the 1999 NCAA Championship Finals and a five-year career as an assistant coach (2001-06).  Bond is one of four Florida State University alumni who are current head coaches at their alma mater joining Brooke Wyckoff (women’s basketball),  Jennifer Hyde (Women’s Tennis), and Link Jarrett (Baseball).

Florida State Head Coach Amy Bond has guided 11 Seminole teams to the NCAA Championships.  Including her four years as a Seminole player (1994-99), her five years as a Seminole assistant coach (2001-06) and 12 as Florida State’s head coach, Bond has participated in 18 of 21 NCAA Regional Championships while wearing the Garnet and Gold.  The Seminoles will look to play in their school record 17th consecutive NCAA Championship Tournament in 2023.

Two of Amy Bond’s players – Matilda Castren and Kim Metraux – made Florida State history as they played in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  The Seminole pair became the first two golfers in the history of the Seminole program to play in the Olympics.  Castren, who finished in a tie for 10th place, represented her home country of Finland.   Metraux represented her home country of Switzerland and finished in 54th place.

Amy Bond led the Seminoles to three tournament championships – at the Barbara Nicklaus Cup, the Moon Invitational and the NCAA Tallahassee Regional – marking the third time in her coaching career she head led Florida State to at least three wins in a single year.  She led the Seminoles to the heir second consecutive regional Championship and into the NCAA Championship Finals for the 11th time in Tallahassee.  Florida State finished in sixth place in stroke play, advanced to match play for the first time in school history and earned a program-best fifth place finish in the NCAA Championship Finals.  Beatrice Wallin (All-American First-Team and All-ACC), Amelia Williamson (All-American Second-Team and All-ACC) and Charlotte Heath (All-American Honorable Mention and All-ACC) earned postseason honors.  The Seminoles also performed well academically with a school-record five golfers named to the WGA Scholar Team  (Cecilie Finne-Ipsen, Alice Hodge, Elle Johnson, Kaylah Williams, Williamson), six named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll (Finne-Ipsen, Madison Hewlett, Hodge, Johnson Williams and Williamson) and two named to the All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf team (Hodge and Williamson).  Williamson became the first Seminole to be named the ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year.  The Seminoles were ranked No. 7 in the final Golfstat poll and No. 9 in the Final Golfweek poll of the season.

Florida State was ranked No. 1 nationally, won the first regional championship in school history and finished in a program-best ninth place in the NCAA Championship Finals in 2020-21.  The Seminoles were ranked in the top 10 throughout the spring season, were ranked No. 1 for two weeks in March and were the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Louisville Regional.  Florida State won the team title at the NCAA Louisville Regional Championship and entered the 2021 NCAA Championship Finals seeded No. 9.  Florida State won three tournament championships (at the Florida State Match Up, the Pinetree Collegiate and the NCAA Louisville Regional) and finished as the runner-up in the ACC Championship for the school-record fourth consecutive year.  Junior Beatrice Wallin was named a First-Team All-American by the WGCA, the ACC Golfer of the Year, was an All-ACC selection (along with freshman Charlotte Heath) for the second time and was named the ACC Golfer of the Month in March.  Wallin won the first two tournaments championships of her career (at the Florida State Match Up and the Pinetree Collegiate).  Junior Amelia Williamson (tied for second) and Wallin (tied for seventh) were named to the NCAA Louisville Regional Championship.  Academically, four players were named to the WGCA All-America Scholar Team (Alice Hodge, Elle Johnson, Taylor Roberts and Williamson), three were named to the All-ACC Academic Team (Hodge, Roberts and Williamson) and six were named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll (Hodge, Johnson, Kathleen Sumner, Roberts, Wallin, and Williamson).

Florida State finished the 2018-19 season with two victories (at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate and the Evans Derby Invitational) while finishing in a tied for 12th at the NCAA Championship Finals, in second place at the NCAA Auburn Regional and in second place in the ACC Championship for the third consecutive season.  The Seminoles were ranked No. 9 by Golfstat and No. 10 by Golfweek and spent the majority of the year ranked in the nation’s top-10.  Individually, Florida State was well represented nationally as Frida Kinhult earned First-Team All-America honors as named by both the WGCA and Golfweek, was named the National Freshman of the Year, the ACC Golfer of the Year (CO) and the ACC Freshman of the Year while earning the Golfstat Cup for the nation’s lowest stroke average.  Kinhult and fellow-freshman Beatrice earned All-American and All-ACC honors.  Every member of the team (nine golfers) was named to the All-ACC Academic Team while junior Amanda Doherty and Puk Lyng Thomsen were named to the WGCA Academic All-American Team, the All-ACC Academic Golf team and the All-ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Florida State enjoyed one of the top seasons in school history in 2017 as it earned the nation’s No. 1 ranking, won a school record six tournament championships, were the No. 2 seed at the NCAA Columbus Regional Championship and played in the NCAA Championships finals for the second consecutive season.  The Seminoles led the ACC and finished second nationally with a school record stroke average.  Individually, two different golfers won five different tournament championships, a school record four golfers earned All-ACC honors and two earned All-American honors.  Academically, each of Florida State’s five starters were named to the All-ACC Academic Golf Team, all 12 members of the team were named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and three players were named to the WGCA All-American Scholar Team.  The Seminoles finished the 2016-17 season ranked No. 6 by Golfweek and No. 11 by Golfstat.

Florida State finished the 2015-16 season ranked No. 19 nationally by Golfstat, No. 24 nationally by Golfweek and finished 15th nationally in the NCAA Division I Championship Finals.  The Seminoles finished in second place at the NCAA Division I Shoal Creek Regional, won team championships in the fall 2015 Jacksonville Classic and the spring 2016 Florida State Match-Up, finished in the top five of nine of its 13 matches, had two players earn NCAA Shoal Creek All-Region honors (Matilda Castren and Kim Metraux) and had two players earn All-ACC honors (Castren and Kim Metraux).  Academically, the Seminoles had each member of its team named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll, saw four players named to the ACC All-Academic Women’s Golf Team (Castren, Lydia Gumm, Kim and Morgane Metraux) and had two players (Kim and Morgane Metraux) named to the WGCA All-American Scholar Athlete team.

Amy Bond led Florida State to its ninth consecutive NCAA Regional Championship appearance, to the team championship at the Landing Intercollegiate, had one player earn All-American honors (Matilda Castren), and had two players earn All-ACC honors (Castren and Alex Milan) in 2014.  In earning All-ACC honors, Castren established a school record for low stroke average in a single season with her 71.83 scoring mark. Florida State’s team victory at the Landing Intercollegiate was the first team championship by the Seminoles since the 2010 season when it won the Bryan National Collegiate Championship.

Bond’s passion for growing the game of golf has increased her desire to plan and host large-scale tournaments at Florida State.  She hosted the NCAA East Regional Championship in 2014 and the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship in both 2018 ad 2022.  Bond has played host to nine Florida State Match Up Tournaments and will host a fourth Regional championship in May 2026 as she continues to attract high level competition to the city of Tallahassee on an annual basis.

Bond was successful in her first head coaching position at Princeton (2006-10) as she guided the Tigers to eight tournament victories and four top four finishes in four Ivy League championship tournaments. The Tigers finished in second place in the Ivy league championship in 2007. Bond coached Susannah Aboff to consecutive Ivy League individual championships in 2008 and 2009.  It marked only the third time in league history that a player had won consecutive individual conference championships. Aboff earned All-Ivy League honors three times during her career in becoming just the second player in school history to be named to the all-league team three times in her career. During her four seasons at Princeton, only the Tigers and Harvard performed consistently well in the conference championship by finishing in the top four of the team championships from 2007-10.

During her tenure as the head coach at Florida State, she has continued the tradition of recruiting talented players and outstanding student-athletes to Tallahassee.  The Seminoles’ 2018 recruiting class (Caroline Hodge, Frida Kinhult, Puk Lyng Thomsen, Amelia Williamson, Beatrice Wallin) is not only considered to be the best class in school history, but it is among the top classes in the history of women’s college golf.  Her list of top recruits includes Matilda Castren, the Seminoles’ second all-time leading golfer for stroke average and individual wins, and five players who have been named to the WGCA Academic All-Americans Scholar Athlete team.  Kim and Morgane Metraux, who are two of the top rising amateur players in the world, and Lottie Woad who won the 2022 British Girls Amateur Championship were also recruited by Bond to attend Florida State.  In five years as an assistant coach at Florida State, Bond helped recruit five players who earned All-ACC honors a total of 12 times and formed the nucleus of two top 20 ranked teams. The Seminoles finished in a tie for 16th nationally in 2006 and in a tie for 19th nationally in 2004. She was also instrumental in recruiting Caroline Westrup – one of only two four-time All-Americans and the only four-time All-ACC selection in school history.

During her four seasons at Princeton, Bond recruited and coached two players (Susannah Aboff and Kelly Shon) who qualified to play in at least one NCAA Regional Championship each and five players who earned All-Ivy League honors a total of 11 times. Aboff won eight individual tournament championships during her career and finished in a tie for 23rd place at the NCAA East Regional Championship in 2009 – the third highest NCAA regional finish in the history of the Princeton program.  Shon played in the 2011 and 2012 US Women’s Open and was ranked No. 4 nationally among junior golfers at the time she was recruited.  She is still the highest ranked junior recruit to ever attend an Ivy League institution.  Shon earned All-American Honorable Mention Honors from the Women’s Golf Coaches’ Association in 2013, played in the 2013 NCAA East Regional Championship and the 2013 NCAA National Championship, was named the Ivy League Golfer of the Year, and won the Ivy League Championship in 2013

Bond has recruited and coached eight players who have played, or who are currently playing professional golf. She coached Kristin Tamulis (Florida State), Matilda Castren (Florida State), Morgane Metraux (Florida State), and Amanda Doherty (Florida State) who are currently playing on the LPGA Tour. She also recruited and coached four-time All-American Caroline Westrup (Florida State) who played in the 2013 U.S. Open (and who is currently the Head Coach at Missouri), one who is playing on the LET (Kim Metraux), four who earned success on the Symetra Tour (Lacey Agnew, Jaclyn Burch, Alex Milan, and Macarena Silva), one on the European Tour (Maria Salinas), and three players (Susannah Aboff, Marlowe Boukis and Michelle Grilli) who began their professional careers on the LPGA Symetra Tour.

Bond and the Seminoles were well represented at the 2013 U.S. Women’s Open at Sebonack Golf Club with four of the top players in the history of the program – Karen Stupples, Kristin Tamulis, Macarena Silva and Caroline Westrup – all playing in the event.  Prior to the event, Bond said of the one of the greatest foursomes in program history: “This is a great week for each of the four players and for the Florida State women’s golf program.  To have four of our players in the U.S. Open in the same year is exciting and illustrates the rich tradition of our program.  I am very happy for Karen, who I have known for so many years and for Kris, Maca and Caroline who I had the good fortune of coaching during their careers at Florida State.  Playing in the U.S. Open is an awesome accomplishment for all of them and I couldn’t be happier for all of them.”

Bond, a past President of the Women’s Golf Coaches Association, served as the President of the organization from 2013-16.  She served as a past President from 2016-18.  She has held a number of positions on the national governing board after serving the organization as its treasurer beginning in 2008.  Bond began on the WGCA Board as its treasurer (2008-12), was its vice president (2012-13) and then as its President (2013-16).  The WGCA was formed in 1983 as an organization to promote participation in women’s collegiate golf. The vision of the WGCA since its inception has been to encourage the playing of intercollegiate golf for women in correlation with a general objective of education and in accordance with the highest tradition of intercollegiate competition.  Bond was presented with the Founders Award by the WGCA in 2018.  The award is presented to the coach who best exemplifies outstanding service to her community.

Academic success is the cornerstone of Florida State’s program under Amy Bond.  In 2016 (10), 2017 (12), 2018 (eight) and 2019 (nine), every member of the Seminole Women’s Golf Team was named to the ACC Academic Honor The Women’s Golf Team earned the highest grade point average of the Seminoles’ 20 athletic teams in 2016 (3.591) and 2017 (3.616).  In 2022, the Seminoles set a program record as five players were named to the WCGA Scholar Athlete team.  The Seminoles’ individual success has certainly translated into team success during Bond’s head coaching tenure at Florida State.  The Seminoles team was lauded by the NCAA for attaining a perfect multi-year Academic Performance Rate score of 1000 for the latest measuring period in 2017-20.  The Florida State women’s golf team has achieved a perfect APR in each of Bond’s seasons as Florida State’s head coach.  Calculated over the four most recent years of data, the multi-year APR is a real-time measurement of eligibility and retention of student-athletes competing on every NCAA Division I sports team. Bond developed her academic achievement philosophy as a player at Florida State as she was named an Academic All-American in 1998 and 1999 and earned ACC Academic Honor Roll accolades three times during her playing career (1996, 98, 99). Bond’s teams in both 2016 and 2017 were presented with the Golden Torch at Florida State’s annual Black Tie student-athlete gala for the team with the highest GPA.  Bond’s 2015 team finished the spring semester with 12 players earning a 3.0 grade point average or higher.  The women’s golf team was the only team at Florida State to accomplish that feat during the spring 2015 academic semester.

Bond was named to the Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary team in 2002 along with Seminole greats Karen Stupples and Louise Wright. Bond was a 1998 All-ACC selection, as well.  She earned 10 top-10 finishes during her career and was named the Seminoles’ Most Valuable Player each year during her career. Bond competed in the NCAA Championship tournament in 1999 and played in three NCAA regional tournaments while finishing in the top 20 in four consecutive ACC Championship tournaments. She was an All-Region selection in 1999 and was the medalist at the 1998 Ryder/Florida State Championship tournament.

The Seminoles Women’s Golf Team has won 13 Athletic Director’s Cups for Service at Florida State’s annual Golden Nole Banquet.  The Athletic Director’s Cup for Service is presented annually and is the most prestigious award given to the Seminole student-athletes. It goes to the team that contributes the most service hours to the community over the course of an entire year. The Seminoles won the Athletic Director’s Cup for Service in each of Bond’s five years as an assistant coach and in four of her first 11 seasons as the Seminoles’ head coach.

An Ocala, Florida native, Bond earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport Management from Florida State in 1997 before earning her Master’s Degree in Sport Administration from Florida State in 1999.  Bond’s twin brother, Tommy, is the Director of Athletics and head baseball coach at Trinity Catholic in Ocala, Fla.  Tommy led Trinity Catholic to the 4A state championship in 2014.


Prefessional Players
Matilda Castren LPGA/LPGA Symetra Tour
Morgane Metraux LPGA Symetra Tour
Kim Metraux LET Access Tour
Kelly Shon LPGA Tour
Maria Salinas 2011, 2012
Matilda Castren 2014, 2017
Morgane Metraux
2017, 2018
Amanda Doherty
2018, 2020
Frida Kinhult
Beatrice Wallin
2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
Amelia Williamson 2022
Charlotte Heath 2022
Regional Champions
Maria Salinas 2012 (Central Regional)
Matilda Castren
2016 (Shoal Creek Regional)
Jessica Negron 2011 (East), 2013 (West)
Maria Salinas 2012 (Central)
Morgane Metraux 2015 (San Antonio Regional), 2018 (Tallahassee Regional)
Matilda Castren 2016 (Shaol Creek Regional)
Kim Metraux 2016 (Shaol Creek Regional)
Amanda Doherty
2018 (Tallahassee Regional), 2019 (Auburn Regional)
Beatrice Wallin 2021 (Louisville Regional), 2022 (Tallahassee Regional)
Amelia Williamson 2021 (Louisville Regional), 2022 (Tallahassee Regional)
Alice Hodge 2022 (Tallahassee Regional)
Cecilie Finne-Ipsen 2022 (Tallahassee Regional)
Maria Salina 2011, 2012
Jessica Negron 2013
Matilda Castren 2014, 2016, 2017
Alex Milan 2014
Lydia Gumm 2015, 2017
Kim Metraux 2016, 2017
Morgane Metraux
2017, 2018
Amanda Doherty
Frida Kinhult
Beatrice Wallin
2019, 2021, 2022
Charlotte Heath 2021, 2022, 2023
Amelia Williamson 2022, 2023
Lottie Woad 2023
National Freshman of the Year
Frida Kinhult 2019
Golfstat Cup Winner
Frida Kinhult  2019
ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year
Amelia Williamson 2022
ACC Golfer of the Year
Frida Kinhult (Co)
Beatrice Wallin 2021
ACC Freshman of the Year
Frida Kinhult 2019
Lottie Woad 2023
Ivy League Golf of the Year
Susannah Aboff 2008, 2009
Kelly Shon 2013, 2014
Susannah Aboff 2007, 2008, 2009
Marlowe Boukis 2009
Sharla Cloutier 2007
Anna Jang 2010
WGCA Scholar Athlete
Laure Castelain 2014
Kayla Jones 2015
Kim Metraux 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Morgane Metraux 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Amanda Doherty
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Kathleen Sumner
Puk Lyng Thomsen
2019, 2020
Alice Hodge 2021, 2022
Elle Johnson 2021, 2022
Taylor Roberts 2021
Amelia Williamson 2021, 2022
Cecilie Finne-Ipsen 2022
Kaylah Williams 2022
All-ACC Academic Honor Roll
Maria Salinas 2011, 2012
Macarena Silva 2011
Hannah Thomson 2012
Laure Castelain 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Malin Jansson 2013
Carlton Kuhlo 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Alex Milan 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Jessica Negron 2013
Mary Beth Ramsay 2013
Kayla Bloor 2014, 2015, 2016
Anna Sophia Bohmer 2014, 2015, 2106, 2017
Matilda Castren 2015, 2016, 2017
Lydia Gumm 2014, 2015, 2016
Kayla Jones 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Kim Metraux 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Morgane Metraux 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Lexi Flerlage 2016, 2017, 2018
Dominika Gradecka 2016, 2017
Amanda Doherty
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Ashley Mangan
2017, 2018, 2019
Sandra Salonen
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Kathleen Sumner
2018, 2019, 2020
Caroline Hodge
2019, 2020
Frida Kinhult
Puk Lyng Thomsen
2019, 2020
Beatrice Wallin
Amelia Williamson
2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
Alice Hodge 2021
Taylor Roberts 2021
Elle Johnson 2020, 2021, 2022
Kaylah Williams 2022
Cecilie Finne-Ipsen 2022
Madison Hewlett 2022
All-ACC Academic Team
Maria Salinas 2011, 2012
Macarena Silva 2011
Hannah Thomson 2011, 2012
Laure Castelain 2012, 2013, 2014
Olivia Hullert 2013
Carlton Kuhlo 2013, 2014
Alex Milan 2014, 2015
Matilda Castren 2015, 2016, 2017
Lydia Gumm 2015, 2016, 2017
Kayla Jones 2015
Kim Metraux 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Morgane Metraux 2015, 2016. 2017, 2018
Amanda Doherty
2017, 2018, 2019
Kathleen Sumner
Frida Kinhult
Beatrice Wallin
Amelia Williamson 2021, 2022
Alice Hodge 2021, 2022
Taylor Roberts 2021
Conference Champions
Susannah Aboff 2008, 2009 (Ivy League, Princeton)
Kelly Shon 203 (Ivy League, Princeton)
NCAA Regional Qualifiers
Susannah Aboff 2009 (Princeton)
Kelly Shon 2013 (Princeton)
NCAA National Qualifiers
Jessica Negron 2011
Maria Salinas 2012
Tournament Victories
Princeton Invitational 2007, 2008 (at Princeton)
Yale Fall Intercollegiate 2007 (at Princeton)
Hoya Invitational 2007, 2008 (at Princeton)
Nittany Lion Invitational 2008 (at Princeton)
ECAC Championships 2009 (at Princeton)
Roar-EE Invitational 2009 (at Princeton) Landing Intercollegiate 2014 (at Florida State)
Jacksonville Classic 2016 (at Florida State)
Florida State Match-Up 2016 (at Florida State)
Schooner Fall Classic 2017 (at Florida State)
Jim West Challenge 2017 (at Florida State)
Cardinal Cup 2017 (at Florida State)
Florida State Match-Up 2017 (at Florida State)
Dickson Intercollegiate 2017 (at Florida State)
Clemson Invitational 2017 (at Florida State)
Darius Rucker Intercollegiate
2019 (at Florida State)
Evans Derby Experience
2019 (at Florida State)
Florida State Match Up 2021 (at Florida State)
Pinetree Collegiate 2021 (at Florida State)
NCAA Louisville Regional Championship 2021 (at Florida State)
Inaugural Barbara Nicklaus Cup 2021 (at Florida State)
Moon Invitational 2022 (at Florida State)
NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship 2022 (at Florida State)
Schooner Fall Classic 2022 (at Florida State)
Florida State Match Up 2023 (at Florida State)