Jan. 27, 2014
UCF Athletics Social Media Directory
By Andy Seeley
LECANTO, Fla. (UCFKnights.com) – The UCF women’s golf team began the spring portion of its 2013-14 campaign with a bang Monday at the Florida Shootout. The Knights took the team title by two strokes over Florida State.
UCF turned in scores of 288 and 294 in the one-day, two-round event, held at The Quarry course at Black Diamond Ranch. The Knights’ total of 582 strokes was two better than FSU’s back-to-back rounds of 292 for a total of 584.
"It's a great way to start our spring season," head coach Emily Marron said. "We got good results from everyone. It was a true team effort. There was a lot of school pride on the line today and we were happy to come out on top. This is a big win for us and will give us momentum going into our home event."
Fanny Cnops led the way for the Knights. She carded rounds of 70 and 73 for a score of 143, which was good enough for runner-up honors. Kaitlyn Price also opened with a 70, but finished with a 75 to finish fifth. Robyn Doig was seventh after rounds of 72 and 75 left her with a total of 145. Ashley Holder turned in the Knights’ other scoring rounds. She carded scores of 76 and 72 for a 148 total and a seventh-place finish. Monifa Sealy also took part for UCF, tallying scores of 77-74-151.
While the Knights edged Florida State for the team title, Miami finished third. Florida was fourth, Florida International was fifth and USF rounded out the team scoring in sixth.
1. UCF 288-294=582 (+6)
2. Florida State 292-292=584 (+8)
3. Miami 294-297=591 (+15)
2. Fanny Cnops 70-73=143 (-1)
5. Kaitlyn Price 70-75=145 (+1)
7. Robyn Doig 72-75=147 (+3)
11. Ashley Holder 76-72=148 (+4)
21. Monifa Sealy 77-74=151 (+7)