Dates: Monday, Oct. 23 – Wednesday, Oct. 25
Location: Old Waverly Golf Club – West Point, Miss.
Host: Mississippi State University
Course Par/Yardage: Par 72 – 6,316 yards
Format: 54-Hole Tournament (18 holes each day)
Tee Times: 11:10 a.m. ET on Monday and TBA on Tuesday and Wednseday
Live Scoring: Golf Stat
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The No. 13 Florida women’s golf team closes out the fall season at The Ally and looks to win its third consecutive tournament.
Florida, Indiana, James Madison, LSU, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisville, Mercer, Mississippi State, Old Dominion, Sam Houston St. and Southern Miss
LAST TIME OUT
Florida swept the Tar Heel Invitational behind Maisie Filler’s first collegiate victory. The Gators shot a 54-hole score of 848 (-16) to mark back-to-back team titles and won the tournament by eight strokes. UF was one of two teams (Auburn, -8) to shoot under par at Governors Club. It also marked the 30th victory under head coach Emily Glaser and the 7th lowest team tournament total
Filler shot a score of 13-under 203, which tied the second lowest individual tournament score in program history for the second time in her career – one stroke away from the record of LPGA Tour Player Sam Wagner set in 2016. In round three, Filler recorded her second round in the 60s (69, -3) for all three under par this week. Across her 54-holes, she made 33 pars, 16 birdies and one eagle. In the opening round the Palm Beach Gardens native recorded the second lowest round in UF history with a bogey-free 64 (-8). Filler has finished 1st and T2 in the last two tournaments. She earned SEC Golfer of the Week for her performance.
Florida last made its appearance in the event in the fall of 2021 and took 2nd with a team-score of 12-under. Maisie Filler also finished runner-up and tied the all-program history for low individual tournament at 203 (-13) for the first time in her career.
Freshman Sophie Stevens had a collegiate debut to remember as the Highland, Michigan native finished a team-best T15. In her first round she posted a bogey-free 66 (-5) and later added a 69 (-2) in round three to end 5-under overall.
In her second tournament she placed T7 and finishing with a 54-hole score 216 (E) en route…