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Williamson Earns Top-4 Finish To Lead W. Golf At Landfall

Round 3 Team Results / Round 3 Individual Results / Round 3 Team and Individual Results

WILMINGTON, N.C. (seminoles.com) – Senior Amelia Williamson finished in a tie for fourth place in the individual standings, and the Seminole Women’s Golf Team finished in a tie for 10th place in the team standings as play in the Landfall Tradition at the Country Club of Landfall ended.  Williamson carded three consecutive rounds of 71, finished with a 3 under par score of 213 and earned the third top-five individual finish of her Florida State career.  The Seminoles played their best team round of the three round tournament in the final round as they earned their fourth top-10 team finish of the fall season.

South Carolina won the team championship as it played the best round of the day to overtake Michigan during the final round and win the title.  The Lady Gamecocks carded an 8 under team score of 280 and defeated the Wolverines by 11 strokes.  Michigan State finished in third place in the team standings.  Justine Fournand of South Carolina won the individual championship with a three-round total of 208.  She carded a final round score of 68.

“We challenged them on Friday to go out the next two days and try to shoot the rounds of the day,” said Head Coach Amy Bond.  “They played decent on Saturday, and played well despite the conditions today when the wind started blowing again.  It is always our goal to get better each round, and we did that this week.

“After four grueling tournaments in six weeks, we are all looking forward to some rest.  We have played well this fall and have a lot of motivation to work hard during the off season.”

Williamson carded scores of 71-71-71 and finished with a three round total of 213.  She completed the 54 hole tournament as the only golfer in the 96-player field to card each of her scores under par.  Williamson finished the event ranked second on the par 4 holes, scored nine birdies and played 48 of her 54 holes at par or better.  Williamson totaled three birdies in each of her three rounds and was never more than one stroke over par during the entire event.

Williamson has carded six consecutive rounds under par and is a cumulative total of 10 under par in her last two events.  She has carded all of her scores at 71 or better in the Jim West Challenge (69-70-70) and Landfall Tradition (71-71-71).  Williamson has now completed six career collegiate tournaments under par – including both of her last two.


Williamson Earns Top-4 Finish To Lead W. Golf At Landfall

Senior Beatrice Wallin carded a team-leading score of 69 in the final round and finished with a 1 over par score of 217.  She finished in a tie for 19th place in the individual standings to earn her 18th career top-20 finish.  Wallin has finished in the top 20 of 13 of her last 14 evens as a Seminole since the beginning of the spring 2020 season.

Cecilie Finne-Ipsen played her best golf of the tournament as she carded a 3 over par score of 74 in the final round.  Charlotte Heath earned a 75 and Alice Hodge a 77 in the final fall round for the Seminoles.

With the fall season now complete, the Seminoles turn their attention to their eight-match spring schedule.  The Seminoles play host to the Florida State Match Up (Feb. 25-27) and the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship (May 9-11). Both events will be played at the Seminole Legacy Golf Course on the Florida State campus.

Landfall Tradition/Oct. 29-31, 2021/Par 72
Country Club of Landfall/Wilmington, N.C.
T10/18.-Florida State,
T4.-Amelia Williamson, 213
T19.-Beatrice Wallin, 217
T66.-Charlotte Heath, 228
T66.-Cecilie Finne-Ipsen, 28
T79.-Alice Hodge, 232

Landfall Tradition/Oct. 29-31, 2021/Par 72
Country Club of Landfall/Wilmington, N.C.
1.-South Carolina, 849
2.-Michigan, 861
3.-Michigan State, 865
4.-Wake Forest, 871
5.-Virginia, 872
6.-UCF, 873
7-Texas, 878
8.-Illinois, 881
9.-Virginia Tech, 881
T10.-Florida State, 884
T10.-NC State, 884
12.-Clemson, 889
13.-Purdue, 892
14.-North Carolina, 894
15.-Penn State, 898
16.-Furman, 899
17.-Maryland, 902
18.-UNC Wilmington, 932

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