March 25, 2022 - by

W. Golf Tied For 11th At Clemson Invitational

SUNSET, S.C. ( –With each of its four counting scores coming in a 76, the No. 14 Florida State Women’s Golf Team is in a tie for 11th place in the team standings after the first round of the Sixth Annual Clemson Invitational at The Reserve at Lake Keowee.  Beatrice Wallin, Amelia Williamson, Charlotte Heath and Cecilie Finne-Ipsen all carded scores of 76 and are tied for 42nd in the individual standings with two rounds and 36 holes remaining to be played.

Illinois and Clemson are tied for first in the team standings and the Fighting Illini and Tigers carded scores of 292.  The Seminoles are in second place among the five Atlantic Coast Conference squads in the 18-team field.  Chloe Schiavone of Notre Dame and Marina Escobar Domingo Of Florida are tied for first in the individual standings with a 3 under par scores of 69.  Schiavone and Escobar Domingo are two of nine golfers in the 101-player field who carded below par scores

“We didn’t handle much well today,” said Head Coach Amy Bond.  We didn’t execute, we didn’t handle the conditions, and we didn’t play to the best of our abilities.  Tomorrow is looking like the weather will be even more of a challenge, and I want see how strong we can be.   I want to see how resilient we are when we come to the course tomorrow.”

Finne-Ipsen led the Seminoles with four birdies during her round of 76.  She carded two birdies on both sides of the course with 13 holes scored at par or better during the round.  Finne-Ipsen was at even par through her first 13 holes with three birdies.

Sixth Annual Clemson Invitational/March 25, 2022
The Reserve at Lake Keowee/Sunset, S.C./Par 72
T11/18-Florida State, 304
T42.-Beatrice Wallin, 76
T42.-Charlotte Heath, 76
T42.-Amelia Williamson, 76
T42.-Cecilie Finne-Ipsen, 76
T76.-Elle Johnson, 80
T42-*Alice Hodge, 76
*playing as an individual

Sixth Annual Clemson Invitational/March 25, 2022
The Reserve at Lake Keowee/Sunset, S.C./Par 72
T1.-Illinois, 292
T1.-Clemson, 292
3.-Florida, 294
4.-Furman, 295
T5.-LSU, 297
T5.-Kentucky, 297
7.-UNC Wilmington, 226
8.-Michigan State, 228
9.-Tennessee, 300
10.-Kent State, 303
T11.-Florida State, 304
T11.-Vanderbilt, 304
T13.-Miami, 305
T13.-Maryland, 305
15.-Kansas, 306
16.-Notre Dame, 307
17.-Purdue, 312
18.-Virginia Tech, 313

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