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Tuesday February 28, 2012UF Concludes Play at the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Championship

New Orleans, La.

Mia Piccio

The University of Florida women’s golf team wrapped up play at the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship with a 10th-place finish. UF scored a tournament total of 898 (300-293-305, +34). The Gators now have four top-10 finishes this season.

“Today was not our day, but we can take several positives away from this event,” said head coach Jan Dowling. “We were really tough as a team on day two and put ourselves in a competitive position to win. Our course management is also improving and we will continue to trust our process. The hard work will pay off down the road, I'm sure of it.”

Freshman Camilla Hedberg (Sitges, Spain) led the way with a team-best 222 (77-68-77, +7). Hedberg’s finish marks the fourth-time the Spaniard has handed in the lowest tournament score for the Gators. Hedberg ended the Sugar Bowl tied for 21st, her third-best finish in her brief collegiate career.

Senior Evan Jensen (Belleair, Fla.), senior Andrea Watts (Bradenton, Fla.) and Junior Mia Piccio (Bacolod City, Philippines) all finished tied for 30th with a 54-hole total of 225 (+9­). Junior Megan Pak (Bradenton, Fla.) finished 79th with a 245 (+30), in her first tournament in the lineup this year.

The Gators will be in action next at Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. for the SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational, March 16-18. UF will look to defend its crown at the 40th-annual Gator Invite after winning last year’s tournament by 18-strokes over Florida State. The Orange and Blue have won the even t on 17 occasions as well as having eight medalists.

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FINAL TEAM SCORES

PLACE

SCHOOL

TO PAR

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

SCORE

1

Duke

+13

295

294

288

877

2

Colorado

+16

297

293

290

880

3

Southern Cal

+17

293

292

296

881

4

Alabama

+20

301

298

285

884

5

Baylor

+23

297

294

296

887

6

Tulane

+29

301

300

292

893

7

Texas A&M

+32

300

298

298

896

8

Auburn

+33

300

300

297

897

9

Oregon

+33

294

302

301

897

10

FLORIDA

+34

300

293

305

898

11

Tulsa

+45

299

310

300

909

12

Florida State

+46

301

301

308

910

13

Kennesaw State

+53

308

298

311

917

14

East Carolina

+58

313

308

301

922

15

Mississippi State

+59

310

306

307

923

 

FINAL INDIVIDUAL TOP-10

PLACE

PLAYER

SCHOOL

TO PAR

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

SCORE

1

Alex Stewart

Colorado

-5

71

73

67

211

2

Cassy Isagawa

Oregon

-4

71

65

76

212

3

Lisa McCloskey

Southern Cal

-3

71

71

71

213

T4

Lindy Duncan

Duke

-1

73

73

69

215

T4

Malin Jansson

Florida State

-1

73

72

70

215

T4

Jennifer Kirby

Alabama

-1

73

74

68

215

7

Doris Chen

Southern Cal

+1

72

71

74

217

8

Marta Sanz

Auburn

+2

74

73

71

218

T9

Laetitia Beck

Duke

+3

74

73

72

219

T9

Chelsey Cothran

Baylor

+3

72

71

76

219

 

FINAL FLORIDA RESULTS

PLACE

PLAYER

TO PAR

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

SCORE

T21

Camilla Hedberg

+7

77

68

77

222

T30

Evan Jensen

+9

77

71

77

225

T30

Mia Piccio

+9

74

76

75

225

T30

Andrea Watts

+9

72

77

76

225

79

Megan Pak

+30

79

81

86

246

 

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