Negron earns All-ACC and All-West Regional honors.
Sarah Capie is in her second season as an assistant coach under Debbie Dillman at Florida State University. She was an Academic All-American and four-year letterwinner (1996-1999) during one of the most successful periods in the history of the Seminole golf program.
Capie assists Dillman with responsibilities ranging from administrative duties (team travel organization, equipment ordering and distribution and writing team correspondence) to hands-on coaching (coordination and instruction of team and individual practices). In addition, Capie also lends her expertise to tournament administration and recruiting.
Capie enjoyed her best collegiate season as senior with a pair of top-10 finishes. She finished tied for 10th at the 1998 Lady Seminole Invitational and ninth in the 1998 Beacon Woods Invitational. Her top finish at the Lady Seminole Invitational helped lead Florida State to a second place team finish. Her strong outing at the Beacon Woods Invitational guided the Seminoles to a fourth place team finish. Capie helped the Seminoles win the Ryder-Florida State Invitational championship and finish second in the ACC championships that year.
She shot her career-best round of 74 at the Lady Seminole Invitational as a sophomore (1996-97 season). Also that year, she earned her top ACC Championships finish, placing 13th. During her career, she earned 10 top-20 individual finishes and led the Seminoles to 13 top-five team finishes.
Capie earned her bachelorís degree in sports management from Florida State in 1999. She also earned her masterís in sports administration and is working in the universityís athletic compliance office. Capie was a two-time high school all-state (Illinois) selection and she finished second in the state tournament as a senior. Additionally, she was named the southern Illinois Player-of-the-Year twice and lettered in three sports during her prep career.