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Women’s Golf Wraps Up Gators Invitational

Women's Golf Wraps Up Gators Invitational

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The NC State women’s golf team wrapped up the second day of action at the VyStar Credit Union Gators Invitational on Sunday afternoon, finishing the week in a tie for 12th place alongside ACC foe Miami.
After a weather delay on Saturday, the tournament was shortened to just 36 holes of play, with Lauren Olivares Leon leading the way for the Wolfpack with a two-round score of 147 (+7).
One shot behind Olivares Leon was Natalie Armbruester, whose second-round effort of 72 (+2) was the Pack’s lowest 18-hole score of the week. Ambruester led the week of with a six-over 76 in round one en route to finishing in a tie for 35th place.
Freshman Vania Simont improved her first-round score by five shots in round two, following up a nine-over 79 with a final-round finish of 74 (+4). Simont finished the week in a tie for 57th place at 153 (+13)
Isabel Amezcua and Jaclyn Kenzel both rounded out the scoring effort for the Pack at 159 (+19), each finishing the week in a tie for 67th place.

Tournament host Florida claimed the team title with a 36-hole total of 563 (+3), while UCF’s Pimpisa Sisutham claimed medalist honors after winning a three-hole playoff.


NC State returns to action for the penultimate tournament of the regular season slate at the Briar’s Creek Invitational Mar. 13-14 at the Golf Club at Briar’s Creek in Johns Island, S.C.

NC State Lineup

T32: Lauren Olivares Leon 73-74=147

T35: Natalie Armbruester 76-72=148

T57: Vania Simont 79-74=153

T67: Isabel Amezcua 78-81=159

T67: Jaclyn Kenzel 79-80=159

Tournament Field

1: Florida 284-279=563

T2: Mississippi State 283-284=567

T2: UCF 190-177=567

4: Ole Miss 289-286=575

5: Arizona 295-283=578

6: Clemson 297-285=582

7: Campbell 292-292=584

8: Augusta 299-286=585

9: UCLA 296-290=586

10: Michigan 298-291=589

11: FIU 300-302=602

T12: NC State 306-300=606

T12: Miami 307-299=606

14: FAU 296-313=609


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