UF Women’s Golf: Florida Ties for Sixth, Fuller Cracks Top 10 at The Ally
Courtesy of University Athletic Association
The Gators finished in a tie for sixth place after posting an 870 overall.
The Florida women’s golf team completed play at The Ally at Old Waverly today, posting a 6-over par final score to finish in a tie for sixth place.
Sophomore Annabell Fuller led the way for the Gators after posting back-to-back under-par scorecards through the first two rounds. After finishing 1 over par in the final round, Fuller recorded an overall score of 215 through three rounds and clinched a piece of ninth place, individually. She was the only Gators golfer to card an overall score below par for the tournament.
Marina Escobar Domingo and Maisie Filler were next in line for the Gators, narrowly missing an even scorecard by one stroke and finishing tied for 16th individually.
Filler posted her best round of the tournament during the final day of competition, carding four birdies to finish 2 under par. Through her first two collegiate events, she has posted back-to-back top 25 finishes.
Addie Baggarly and Sara Ericsson rounded out the Florida lineup. Baggarly was off to a hot start after posting a 4 under par 68 in the first round. Using that momentum, she finished tied for 33rd individually.
* After only her second collegiate event, Maisie Filler has recorded two top-25 finishes.
* Marina Escobar Domingo has now finished in the top 20 in both tournaments of the fall season after finishing fourth at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational.
* Sophomore Annabell Fuller recorded her first top-10 finish of the season and the 2nd of her career.
Emily Bastel Glaser, Head Coach
“We had a tremendous learning week. There were certainly highs and lows. I was proud of how we bounced back today and played steady. We have the firepower, for sure. Moving forward, our bad days need to be better to give us more of an opportunity to stay in the hunt of tournaments. That will be a key for us moving forward.”
“Our underclassmen really stepped up this week. Annabell played like the world-class player she is. And Marina and Maisie both had really solid tournaments. For them to be contributing like this so early in the year is really exciting for us and a great sign for the future.”