Women's Golf - Archives 2016-17
The Florida State Women's Golf team will play nine regular season tournaments as the Seminoles look to advance to the NCAA Tournament for their school-record 12th consecutive year.
Morgane and Kim Metraux capped off a successful summer season as they helped their club team to the championship and finished in first and second place in stroke play at the Swiss Interclubs.
Sandra Salonen, a freshman member of the Seminole women's golf team, has spent a good part of the summer at Florida State taking classes and getting herself acclimated to life as a college student.
The Florida State women's golf team is gearing up for another tremendous year with freshman Ashley Mangan in its lineup.
As the calendar turns to August, the academic and athletic year for the Florida State Seminoles is set to begin. One of Florida State's newest golfers, Amanda Doherty, is preparing to step on campus.
Florida State's Morgane Metraux shot a final-round 70 and finished in a tie for fourth place at the European Ladies Amateur Championship.
Florida State University junior Morgane Metraux is in a tie for fourth place in the individual standings at the European Ladies Amateur Championship.
Morgane Metraux, a rising junior member of the nationally ranked Seminole women's golf team, shot a course-record 62 in the second round of the European Ladies Amateur Championship
Lydia Gumm, a rising senior member of the Florida State University women's golf team, won the Women's Kentucky Open Championship.
Kim and Morgane Metraux, who helped lead the Seminoles to a 15th place finish at the 2016 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship, have been named to the WGCA All-American Scholar Athlete team.