TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The University of Minnesota women’s golf team opened its spring season this weekend, traveling to the Florida State Match Up where the Gophers took on a competitive field at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course.
Senior Sabrine Garrison took home a top-25 finish as she ended the tournament among a tie for 24th (73-69-77—219) at 3-over-par. Junior Muyu Wu ended the tournament tied for 43rd (77-73-77—227) at 11-over-par. Two strokes behind was freshman Grace Kellar (75-76-78—229), who tied for 46th.
Junior Maggie Heggerston tied for 54th as well (80-75-78—233), with the junior competing as an individual.
South Carolina won the team title with a score of 848, while the Gophers were 11th (303-290-309—902). The Gamecocks’ Ainhoa Olarra was the medalist with a final score of 206.
The Gophers will continue their season in just over three weeks, traveling to California to take part in the Meadow Club Ladies Intercollegiate on March 5-6.
161 Gophers Receive Academic All-Big Ten Honors
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A total of 161 student-athletes were honored by the Big Ten Conference on the Academic All-Big Ten Team.
Eight Gophers Earn Academic All-District Nods
5/17/2018 - W. Golf
The eight Gopher honorees represent six sports with men's gymnastics and women's hockey each having two representatives.
Gophers Show Improvement on Final Day of B1Gs
4/22/2018 - W. Golf
Minnesota posted its best score of the weekend as the Big Ten Championship drew to a close on Sunday at TPC River's Bend.