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Women’s Golf Returns to Action at FSU Match Up

Women’s Golf Returns to Action at FSU Match Up

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – After being away from competition for nearly a month, Purdue Women’s Golf heads south for a spring break tournament in Florida. The Boilermakers are set to compete in a unique tournament, partnering with Kent State for the Florida State Match Up at Seminole Legacy Golf Club (March 17-19).  

  • Friday, March 17: Round 1 (Tee Times beginning at 8:45 a.m. ET)
  • Saturday, March 18: Round 2 (Tee Times beginning at 8:45 a.m. ET)
  • Sunday, March 19: Round 3 (Tee Times beginning at 8:30 a.m. ET)

Ashley Kozlowski – Jr.

  • Playing in her 23rd tournament as a Boilermaker, including her sixth of the season
  • Holds a 74.3 stroke average this season after recording a 75.1 stroke average over 12 tournaments last season
  • Named B1G Women’s Golfer of the Week (Feb. 15), becoming the first Boilermaker to earn the honor since 2019
  • Led Purdue to a win at the Tulane Classic, placing runner-up for the best finish of her career
  • Has recorded a team-best two eagles this season
  • Led Purdue in birdies (86) and pars (379) throughout the 2021-22 season
  • 2021-22 Academic All-Big Ten

Danielle du Toit – Sr.

  • Has played in 40 tournaments as a Boilermaker, the most on the team, totaling 110 rounds
  • Ranks second on the team in stroke average (73.3)
  • Placed a career-best third to help Purdue win the Tulane Classic to start the spring
  • Tied for the team’s best performance at the Illini Invitational, placing 26th at 3-under (72-67-74—218)
  • Her 67 (-5) in the second round of the Illini Invitational matched a career low and was the best round of the season by a Boilermaker; it was also her 100th round at Purdue
  • Won a men’s tournament over the summer, capturing the IGA Challenge Tour’s Road to #5 at Akasia Golf Club in her home country of South Africa

Kan Bunnabodee – Sr.

  • Appearing in her 22nd tournament as a Boilermaker
  • Made her season debut at the Tulane Classic, tying for 17th to help Purdue capture the team title
  • Missed the entire fall due to injury
  • Earned First Team All-Big Ten accolades last season, becoming the first Boilermaker to earn first team honors since 2018
  • Ranked in the Top 100 of Golfstat’s national rankings throughout the 2021-22 season
  • Recorded a 73.69 stroke average a season ago, which included three rounds…


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