Castelain, Kuhlo and Milan enjoy standout academic seasons.
Women's golf team places two on all conference team.
Castelain, Hullert and Kuhlo on ACC Academic Golf Team.
Senior is recognized on all-conference team in nestion's best conference.
On Agnew: An All-ACC selection as a senior as she led Florida State to a 10th place finish at the NCAA Championship finals in 2010...a four year varsity letter winner who enjoyed her best season as a senior when she led the Seminoles to a 10th place finish at the NCAA Championship, a No. 22 ranking in the final national rankings by GolfWeek Magazine, three team victories and the individual championship at the Pinehurst Challenge...was the Seminoles' team captain in her senior season...established her career best for single season stroke average at 75.06 as a senior...played in a career-high 12 events as a senior as was the Seminoles' fourth overall lowest scorer for the 2009-10 year...played in one NCAA Championship final, two NCAA regional championships and two ACC Championships during her career...best scoring tournament her career came at the fall 2009 Cougar Classic as she established career best scores for low rounds (65), 36 holes (136), three round tournament (209), and three round score vs. par (-7)...best season as a senior included finishing two events under par after not finishing under par in any of the first 17 events of her career; she earned five top 10 finishes this year after earning one top 10 in the first three years of her career and she carded her career best tournament score of 209 at the Cougar Classic - the best three round tournament score of the first three years of her career was a 228 at the Spring 2007 Chrysler Challenge hosted by Florida State...in addition, he has earned three top five finishes this season after finishing in the top 10 only once during the first three years of her career...played in the Seminoles' starting line-up in helped Florida State win four team championships during her career -- Chrysler Challenge hosted by Florida State during the spring of 2007, the Bettie Lou Evans/University of Kentucky Invitational in the fall of 2009 and the Pinehurst Challenge and the Bryan National Collegiate in the spring of 2010...earned the first top-10 finish of her career with a sixth place stranding at the spring 2007 Chrysler Challenge hosted by Florida State...named to the 2010 All-Academic Golf team...averaged 77.89 stokes in 84 rounds during 29 tournaments during her career as a Seminole...
Fall 2006: Did not compete in any events during her first semester as a member of the Seminole women's golf team.
Spring 2007: Played in three events - the Northrop Grumann Regional Challenge, the Florida State hosted Chrysler Challenge and the Lady Gator Invitational - as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up...helped the Seminoles to the championship of the Chrysler Challenge as she finished in sixth place in the individual standings...carded career-best scores for single-round (73 in the first round), 36-holes (149) and three-round tournament (228) while earning the best finish (sixth) and first top-10 placing of her career in the Chrysler Challenge...was in first place in the event (one place ahead of All-American Caroline Westrup) after carding her career-low of 73 in the first round...also helped the Seminoles to an eighth place finish in the Lady Gator Invitational ...Florida State's second highest individual finisher at the Northrop Grumann Challenge and the Seminoles' third highest finisher at the Chrysler Challenge...carded a 74 in the final round of the Northrop Grumann Challenge...averaged 79.11 strokes in nine rounds during three events.
Fall 2007: A member of the Seminoles' starting line-up in all three tournaments during the fall season...played in the Cougar Classic, the Lady Tar Heel Invitational and the University of Alabama/Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate...best round of the season came at the Lady Tar Heel with a 74 in the second round of the event...her score of 74 was only one stroke from tying her career-low score of 73...averaged 79.89 strokes per round in nine rounds during three events.
Spring: 2008: Played in two tournaments - the Lady Puerto Rico Classic and the Bryan National Collegiate - as she helped the Seminoles to one top-10 finish in two events...played the best event of her junior year at the Lady Puerto Rico where she finished in a tie for 60th place in the individual standings with a season-low 231 tournament...all three of her score in Puerto Rico were in the 70's...carded consecutive scores of 76 in the first and second rounds of the event and was in a tie for 41st place after the first two rounds of the event...carded a 78 in the third round of the Bryan National Collegiate...averaged 79.00 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments.
Fall 2008: Played in two events as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up and helped lead the team to a fifth place finish at the Cougar Classic...best round of the season - 76 - came in the second rounds of the Cougar Classic...all three of her rounds during the Cougar Classic were scored in the 70's...averaged 80.83 strokes in six rounds during two events.
Spring 2009: Played in all seven of the Seminoles' events including the ACC Championship and the NCAA East Regional Championship...was one of seven Seminoles to play in all seven events (also Macarena Silva)...tied her career low with a 73 in the second round of the Lady Gator Invitational...was her lowest score since carding a 73 in the first round of the spring 2007 Chrysler Challenge...earned the second top 20 finish of her career as she place in a tie for 19th place in the rain shortened Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic...after the first two rounds of the event were cancelled she carded a 76 in the only round contested...helped Florida State finish in 15th place in the NCAA East Regional championship at the Mark Bostick Golf Course at the University of Florida...three scores in the 70's including a 74 in the second round...averaged 80.32 strokes in 19 rounds during seven tournaments.
Fall 2009: Led the Seminoles to the team championship at the Bettie Lou Evans/University of Kentucky Invitational and to second place finishes at the Cougar Classic and the Eat A Peach Collegiate as she earned top 10 individual finishes in each of those three events...her three top 10 finishes (second at the Cougar Classic, five at the Kentucky Invitational and tied for eighth at the Eat A Peach Collegiate) in the first three events of the season were more than she had earned in the first three years and first 17 tournaments of her career (one)...totaled two scores in the 60's (career best 65 in the second round of the Cougar Classic and a 69 in the second round of the Kentucky Invitational) to mark her first two of three career scores in the 60's...was at or below par in a team leading five rounds during the fall season...earned her career low score for a single round - a school record tying 65 - in the second round of the fall 2009 Cougar Classic...her score of seven under par 65 was the best overall score and best score vs. par by any of the Florida State players during the fall season...she finished in second place in individual standings in leading the Seminoles to a second place finish in the team standings in the event...carded the best 36 hole score of her career in the first two rounds of the event with a 136 total...finished with a career low 209 tournament score and a minus seven score vs. par as she completed the best scoring event of her career...a fifth place finishing in helping the Seminoles to the team championship at the Kentucky Invitational...scored a 69 in the second round to mark the second consecutive tournament she had scored below 70...a third consecutive top 10 finish in leading Florida State to a tied for second place finish in the team standings at the Eat A Peach Collegiate...finished in a tie for eighth in the individual standings as she began the event with a stellar score of 71...averaged a career-best 73.50 strokes in 10 rounds during four tournaments...
Spring 2010: Enjoyed one of the top seasons of any team captain in the history of the Seminole women's golf program...earned All-ACC honors as she led the Seminoles to a 10th place finish in the NCAA Championship finals, a tied for sixth place finish in the NCAA Central Regional championship, a fourth place at the ACC Championship and three team championships...helped lead the Seminoles to team championships at the Bettie Lou Evans/University Kentucky Invitational, the Pinehurst Challenge and the Bryan National Collegiate...the Seminoles' three tournament wins was the most of an team in the ACC...carded the most important single round score of her career as she totaled a 73 in the fourth and final round of the NCAA Championship finals...her score allowed the Seminoles to finish in 10th place to earn the program the best NCAA Championship finish in school history...her fourth round score allowed the Seminoles to finish one stroke ahead of Auburn in the team standings...finished in a tie for 31st place in helping the Seminoles to a tied for sixth place finish in the NCAA Central Regional Championship...Florida State's regional finish vaulted the Seminoles into the NCAA Championship finals...in participating in the second regional championship of her career, she bettered her individual finish by 53 spots...earned her best career ACC Championship finish (tied for 22nd) and she helped lead the Seminoles to a fourth place finish in the team standings...improved her score by six strokes and her individual finish by 18 positions as she carded three scores in the 70s including a 74 in the third round...won the first individual championship of her collegiate career as she topped the field at the Pinehurst Challenge on the fame Pinehurst No. 6...finished with a four under par score of 212 in earning individual medalist honors...was in a tie for second place after two rounds with a 36-hole total of 142 and won the championship as she scored a two under par 70 in the final round of the event...her four under par score was her best of the spring season and the second best of her career...finished in a tie for 10th in the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to the team championship of the Bryan National Collegiate...carded scored of 72-73-74 in earning consecutive top 10 finishes for the third time in her career...in winning the team event, the Seminoles defeated eight teams ranked ahead of them in the national rankings...finished as the Seminoles' leader in three events as a senior including once during the spring season...averaged 75.68 strokes in 25 rounds during a career-high eight tournaments...
Before Florida State: Graduated from Woodward Academy in 2006...led Woodward to three consecutive Class AAAA state championships as a sophomore, junior and senior...as a senior in 2006 she birdied the 18th hole on the final day to help the War Eagles earn a two-stroke advantage and capture the state championship...finished as the runner-up in the individual standings at the state championship tournament as a senior...led Woodward to consecutive state championship titles as a sophomore and junior...helped lead the War Eagles to the runner-up position and finished second in individual standings in the 2003 state championship tournament...was named the team's Rookie of the Year for her efforts...was a starting guard on the basketball team and helped them to three regional championships and four trips to the state championship tournament...scored her career-high of 22 points twice as a senior - in victories over McIntosh and Northgate...earned 10 varsity letters during her prep career - four in golf, four in basketball and one each in volleyball and softball.
Personal: Born Nov. 12, 1987...Lacey is the daughter of Janet and Wes Agnew...received the Robert W. Woodruff War Eagle Spirit Award for outstanding achievement in both athletics and academics as a sophomore...earned the Silver Eagle Award as a sophomore...helped the women's golf team win the Florida State University Director's Cup for Service during the 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 academic years...named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll in each of her sophomore, junior and senior seasons...earned her bachelor's degree in sport management...