Senior is recognized on all-conference team in nestion's best conference.
On Wright: Florida States top golfer who is a great competitor Is a leader both on and off the course Plays to great lengths and is a steady performer Continues to improve and refine her strengths.
Fall 2000: Competed in five events and earned the best stroke average among the Seminoles starting five Averaged a strong 77.21 strokes per round in 14 rounds Shot her seasons best score of 73 in the second round of the Tar Heel Invitational Her score of 73 marked the fifth time during her collegiate career that she shot 73 or below in a round during her collegiate career Tied her third-best personal tournament score with a 227 at the Lady Paladin Invitational It was her second tournament of the season with all three round scores in the 70s Rivaled her personal-record 218 tournament score in the Lady Seminole Classic during the fall of 1999 Season-best individual placement of tied for 12th at the Auburn Tiger Derby Invitational Finished as the Seminoles top golfer in two of the five tournaments during the season.
Spring 2000: Top career finish of second place came at the Bryan National Collegiate Invitational with a six-over par score of 222 Three stellar rounds of 75-72-75 allowed for the second best tournament score of her career Also finished seventh at the Ryder/Florida State Championships with a score of 230 Six rounds with scores at par or within three stokes of par Averaged 79.13 strokes in 15 rounds.
Fall 1999: Participated in two events after being injured and earned a third place finish at the Lady Seminole Classic Her three-round score at the Lady Seminole Classic included a two-under par 70 and a one-over par 73 Her scores of two-over par and 218 total for the tournament are her career best scores Averaged 75.16 strokes for six rounds.
Spring 1999: Qualified for the NCAA Championship and finished in a tie for 63rd place A stellar two-under par 70 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Qualified for the NCAA Tournament with a strong showing at the NCAA East Regional Tournament Finished with three rounds in the 70s including a 75 in the first round of the Regional Participated in a career-high six tournaments and recorded two top-15 finishes Finished in 13th place at the Ryder/Florida State Championship Tournament and 13th at the ACC Championship Tournament Averaged 79.00 strokes in a career-high 17 rounds.
Fall 1998: Among the Seminoles top golfers, she participated in all four fall tournaments Lowest total score (227) came at the Lady Seminole Invitational Best round of the fall season (one-under par 71) came in the third round of the Lady Seminole Invitational Was six-over par at the Auburn Invitational (two-round total of 152) Averaged 77.55 strokes over the course of 11 rounds.
Spring 1998: Played in five tournaments during the spring season Earned her best score (228, 12-over par) at the Lady Gator Invitational Finished in a tie for 33rd place at the Lady Gator Tied her low-round score of 75 during the third round of the LSU Fairwood Invitational The only freshman to see action during the season Stroke average of 79.6 ranked fifth on the team.
Fall 1997: Played in two tournaments during her first fall season at Florida State Shot four of her six rounds in the 70s with her low score of 75 coming in the first round of the Lady Seminole Invitational The lowest score is her first season at Florida State (75) and came in the first round of her first tournament 77.16 stroke average in 16 rounds.
Before Florida State: Graduated from Ipswich School in 1997 Named to the England Elite squad A top-16 performer in England in 1996 and 1997 Fired a two-round score of 146 to capture the Prince of Wales Trophy at Woburn Suffolk Ladies Champion in 1997 A talented athlete, she played 27 seasons of four different sports Played seven years of golf, field hockey and rounders and six years of tennis Won three Club Championships at her home town Ipswich Club Won both Girls and Ladies State Championships Golf coach at Ipswich was Steve Whymark.
Personal: Born May 26, 1979 Louise is the daughter of Maureen and David Wright A two-time Coaches Association Academic All-American, 1998-99 and 1999-00 Her greatest ambition is to be a professional golfer Golden Torce winner in 1998-99 and 1999-00 Is majoring in marketing, finance and multinational business.
Why I chose to attend Florida State: Being away from home, I wanted to feel comfortable with the atmosphere at the institution I chose to attend. I immediately found that Florida State was the place that provided that environment and it has proven a great place for me to study and play golf.
Wright at Florida State Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2000-2001 5 14 1,081 77.21 73 1999-2000 7 21 1,609 76.61 70 3 1998-1999 8 21 1,657 78.90 71 1997-1998 7 20 1,586 79.30 75 2 Totals 27 76 5,933 78.06 70 5