SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Florida State. Southern Cal. Stanford. Texas.
The No. 9 ranked and No. 8 seeded Florida State Women’s Golf Team begins play on Friday as one of only four schools who have played in each of the last seven NCAA Championship Finals. The Seminoles, who have appeared in each championship event since 2016, advancing to match play, finishing fifth in 2022 – the highest finish in school history.
“Earning your way to the championship finals is something you can never take for granted,” said Seminole Head Coach Amy Bond. “It is an accomplishment that I am very proud of. We are very fortunate at Florida State. We have tremendous support from our administration who has blessed our program with a course and a practice facility that is second to none, supporters who are with us every step of the way, a staff who has worked tirelessly to maintain a high standard of excellence, and student-athletes who have committed themselves to incredibly successful achievement both on the course and the classroom.”
The success of the Florida State women is mirrored by the Seminole men, who finished in third place at the NCAA Morgan Hill Regional Championship to secure their place in the 2023 Men’s NCAA Championship finals. Florida State is joined by only Georgia and Texas as the three schools whose men’s and women’s programs have advanced to each of the last three NCAA Championships.
The Seminoles will make their 14th appearance in the Finals when they begin play on Friday at 3:25 p.m. Florida State’s appearance in the 2023 NCAA Championship Finals marks the first time in school history Florida State has competed in the NCAA golf championship finals in seven consecutive seasons.
The 30-team field includes No. 1 seed Stanford, No. 2 Wake Forest, No. 3 LSU, No. 4 South Carolina, No. 5 Mississippi State, No. 6 Texas A&M, No. 7 San Jose State, No. 8 Florida State, No. 9 Southern California, No. 10 Texas, No. 11 Baylor, No. 12 Northwestern, No. 13 Pepperdine, No. 14 Vanderbilt, No. 15 Ole Miss, No. 16 Clemson, No. 17 SMU, No. 18 Duke, No. 19 Arizona, No. 20 Oklahoma State, No. 21 Virginia, No. 22 Georgia, No. 23 Texas Tech, No. 24 Michigan, No. 25 TCU, No. 26 Tulsa, No. 27 New Mexico, No. 28 NC State, No. 29 Oregon State, and No. 30 Augusta along with six individual players from six different schools. The championship will be played at Grayhawk Country Club – a 6,384 yard, Par 72 course that has hosted…
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