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Junior Camilla Hedberg will compete in her third-straight NCAA Championship.

Saturday May 10, 2014With Playoff Win, Gators Advance to NCAA Championship for 24th Time in Program History

Stillwater, Okla.

Junior Camilla Hedberg will compete in her third-straight NCAA Championship.

The Florida women’s golf team has advanced to the NCAA Championship for the fourth-straight year and the 24th time in school history.

 

With only the top-8 finishers earning a spot in the championship, UF ended the final round of the NCAA Central Regional in Stillwater, Oklahoma, tied for eighth with tournament-host Oklahoma State. The tiebreak was determined with a one-hole playoff (No. 10), which the Gators won to punch their ticket to the 2014 NCAA Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 20-23.

 

Junior Sarah Schober played a solid three rounds of golf at Karsten Creek and finished the tournament in the top-5 individually at just 1-over (217).

 

As a team, the Gators finished eighth at 38-over (902). UCLA earned the top spot for the event, as they shot just 11-over (875) as a team.

 

Head Coach Emily Glaser Says: “Well, we are certainly excited to be going to Tulsa. It was a very emotional day. We were in a great position to start the day and started the round very steady. About halfway through, the wind picked up, we made a few mistakes and you could feel the energy change a bit. We started to press instead of staying in our routine. By the end of the day, we were not sure where we stood and waited to get news of a playoff.

 

“It’s hard during that time to not go over your round and pick all the spots where you could have saved a shot here of there. But, the team did a good job of thinking ahead and they were ready for the playoff.

 

“The playoff was exciting and there were lots of OSU fans there. The girls were so tough and I’m proud of the way they handled themselves. They took advantage of the chance to playoff and weren’t going to let it get away a second time.

 

“Sarah had a great tournament and was clutch for us today coming down the stretch. I’m very happy for her.”

 

The Lineup:

NCAA Central Regional – Florida Players

Place

Player (order)

Score

T5

Sarah Schober (2)

+1 (71-72-74-217)

T38

Maria Torres (1)

+12 (74-73-81-228)

T49

Karolina Vlckova (3)

+14 (74-76-80-230)

T51

Camilla Hedberg (5)

+15 (77-78-76-231)

T66

Elcin Ulu (4)

+17 (78-75-80-233)

 

Tournament Field Results:

NCAA Central Regional – Team Scores

Place

Team

Score

1

UCLA

+11 (875)

2

Alabama

+28 (892)

3

Mississippi State

+29 (893)

4

California

+30 (894)

T5

Ohio State

+35 (899)

T5

Kansas

+35 (899)

7

Arizona

+37 (901)

T8

Florida

+38 (902)

T8

Oklahoma State

+38 (902)

10

Kent State

+39 (903)

T11

Minnesota

+40 (904)

T11

Arkansas

+40 (904)

13

Harvard

+47 (911)

14

North Carolina

+52 (916)

15

UNLV

+53 (917)

16

Colorado

+63 (927)

T17

Miami

+66 (930)

T17

SMU

+66 (930)

19

Texas

+67 (931)

20

LSU

+72 (936)

21

Lamar

+80 (944)

22

Wichita State

+81 (945)

23

Long Island

+136 (1,000)

24

Siena College

+151 (1,015)

 

NCAA Central Regional – Individual Top 10

Place

Player (School)

Score

1

Wad Phaewchimplee (Kent State)

-7 (209)

T2

Dana Finkelstein (UNLV)

-2 (214)

T2

Emma Talley (Alabama)

-2 (214)

4

Ally McDonald (Mississippi State)

-1 (215)

T5

Sarah Schober (Florida)

+1 (217)

T5

Alison Lee (UCLA)

+1 (217)

T7

Daniela Darquea (Miami)

+2 (218)

T7

Isabella Deilert (Oklahoma State)

+2 (218)

T7

Hannah Suh (California)

+2 (218)

T10

Anne Cheng (Harvard)

+3 (219)

T10

Erynne Lee (UCLA)

+3 (219)

T10

Stephanie Meadow (Alabama)

+3 (219)

 

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