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MELBOURNE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Led by three players in the top 20 of the individual standings, the Florida State women’s golf team is in fifth place in the team standings with one round remaining in the Moon Invitational at the Duran Golf Club. Seminole junior Amelia Williamson and freshman Charlotte Heath are both tied for seventh place while junior All-American Beatrice Wallin is in a tie for 20th place with 18 holes left.

Williamson continued to lead the Seminoles through the first two rounds and has a two-round total of 3 under par 141. Her score of 141 is the second-best 36-hole total of her Florida State career. Heath and Wallin led the Seminoles through the second round with identical 2-under par scores of 70. Heath, who is playing in the first tournament of her collegiate career, has a two-round total of 142. She has earned scores of par or better in each of her first two collegiate rounds. Wallin is at 1 under par with a two round total of 143.

South Carolina is in first place in the team standings with a two-round total of 576. The Lady Gamecocks hold the team lead over LSU, Virginia, USF and Florida State. Pauline Roussin-Bouchard of South Carolina shot a 4-under par score of 68 and increased her lead in the individual standings to six strokes over Latanna Stone of LSU. Roussin-Bouchard carded one eagle, three birdies and all 18 holes at par or better in Monday’s second round.

Florida State finished with a 1 under par team total in the second round and is one of four teams in the tournament – Florida State, South Carolina, LSU and Virginia – which has finished both of the first two rounds of the event under par.

“The second round of the year and the second round of the year under par – I’m happy with that,” said Head Coach Amy Bond. “We are all really looking forward to tomorrow and making a run. The girls are all playing well and I hope to see us playing even better tomorrow.”

Heath played the best round of golf for the Seminoles in the second round as she finished with a 3-under par score of 69. She totaled four birdies and only one hole scored over par. The newcomer from Bailiff Bridge, England was never above par and was three strokes under par during her entire back nine. Included in her 141 total in her first two collegiate rounds are seven birdies and 32 holes played at par or better.

“Charlotte put together a really consistent round golf today,” said Bond. “She hit a lot of greens, and when she missed, she chipped really well. She is making good decisions, making good swings and making the most of her opportunities.”

Williamson continued to play well in her first tournament as a junior and enters Tuesday’s final round looking to earn her first career top-10 finish. Her best career finish came at the 2019 ACC Championship when she finished in a tie for 20th place in leading the Seminoles to a school-record tying second place team finish.

Wallin played sub-par golf as she carded a 2-under par score of 70. Coupled with her score of 73 in Sunday’s first round, she has a two-round total of 143. Wallin is just one stroke behind the top-12 in the individual standings and just two strokes out of seventh place.

4th Annual Moon Invitational/Feb. 14-16, 2021
Duran Golf Club/Melbourne, Fla./Par 72
5/18-Florida State, 572
T7-Amelia Williamson, 141
T7-Charlotte Heath, 141
T20-Beatrice Wallin, 143
T46-Alice Hodge, 147
T59-Taylor Roberts, 149
T37-Elle Johnson, 146 *
*playing as an individual

4th Annual Moon Invitational/Feb. 14-16, 2021
Duran Golf Club/Melbourne, Fla./Par 72
1-South Carolina, 555
2-LSU, 565
3-Virginia, 567
4-UCF, 571
5-Florida State, 572
T6-Arkansas, 574
T6-Florida, 574
8-Auburn, 575
9-Miami, 577
10-Louisville, 578
T11-Illinois, 580
T11-Alabama, 580
13-North Carolina, 588
14-Oklahoma, 591
15-Coastal Carolina, 593
T15-Augusta, 602
17-Florida Gulf Coast, 607
18-Florida Atlantic, 615

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