Florida State golfers Matilda Castren and Morgane Metraux have earned All-American Honorable Mention Honors as awarded by the Women's Golf Coaches Association.
Lydia Gumm finished in a tie for 57th place, and the Seminole women's golf team finished in a tie for 20th place as the stroke play portion of the NCAA Division I Championships came to a conclusion.
Kim Metraux is in a tie for 59th place, and Florida State is in a tie for 19th place in the team standings with one round of stroke play remaining to be played in the NCAA Women's Golf Championship.
The second round of the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship at Rich Harvest Farms has been cancelled because of inclement weather.
Kim Metraux is in a tie for 44th place in the individual standings, and the Seminoles are in a tie for 19th place in the team standings after the first round of the NCAA Championship Finals.
Florida State senior golfer Lydia Gumm, who has helped the Seminoles to six tournament championships this year, has enjoyed a sensational career as a member of the Seminole women's golf team.
A year older, wiser and more experienced, the Seminoles are back and believe that they're ready to kick the door down.
Amy Bond was named the ACC Coach of the Year and a school-record four Seminoles have been named to the All-ACC Women's Golf Team.
The No 5 ranked Florida State women's golf team advanced to the NCAA Championship Finals for the second consecutive season.
Morgane Metraux is in a tie for fourth place and the No. 5 ranked and second seeded Seminole women's golf team is in third place with one round to play in the NCAA Columbus Regional Championships.
Morgane Metraux is in a tie for second place in the individual standings, and the Seminoles are in second place in the team standings after the first round of the NCAA Columbus Regional Championship.
Florida State freshman golfer Amanda Doherty is enjoying one of the best seasons of any freshman in school history.