Seminoles tied for 3rd place at Landfall Tradition

WILMINGTON, NC — Junior Charlotte Heath is tied for second in the individual standings, and the Seminoles are tied for third in the team standings after two rounds of the Landfall Tradition at Landfall Country Club. Heath is part of a group of three players who are tied for second and only one stroke off the individual lead heading into the third and final round of the championship on Sunday.

No. 18 Florida State is tied for third in the team standings with No. 4-ranked South Carolina. The Seminoles and Gamecocks are six strokes behind second-place Wake Forest and 10 strokes behind first place in San Jose State. The Seminoles are ranked second among the six ACC teams in the event – behind the Demon Deacons, and ahead of NC State (fifth place), Duke (14e place), North Carolina (15e place) and Virginia Tech (17e square).

Heath had an even score of 72 and a total of 138 over 36 holes. She is tied for second place with NC State’s Vania Simont and South Carolina’s Justine Fourand. The three second-place golfers are chasing San Jose State’s Louisa Carlbom. With a two-round total of 137, Carlbom has a one-stroke lead in the course with 18 holes to play.

“We just didn’t give up anything for us today,” said head coach Amy Bond. “It was just one of those days – we didn’t do anything right, but we didn’t do anything wrong. There seemed to be a cover over the holes, which we think bodes well for tomorrow. We’ll see if we can’t knock more putts into the cup and make a run and take the lead.

Heath’s par-even score of 72 gave her a two-round total of 138 – just one stroke shy of her career-best 36-hole total of 137. She had scores of 66-72 in the first two rounds of the tournament. In the second round on Saturday, Heath had three birdies and 15 holes at par or better. She was never more than one stroke over par and was under par for the majority of the round.

Heath carded 10 birdies and just four bogeys in his game over the first two rounds of the event. She is tied for third among the 96 players on the court with 10 birdies.

Senior Amelia Williamson led the Seminoles with a 72-under second-round score. She has a two-round total of 145 and is tied for 31st place in the individual classification. After shooting a 75 in the first round on Friday, Williamson improved her score by five shots as she had four birdies on Saturday from just two in the first round. Williamson totaled just two bogeys in the second round compared to five in the first round.

Freshman Lottie Woad hit a par 74 from 2 over in the second round and is tied for 13e place in the individual classification with a total of 141 over two rounds.

In Sunday’s kickoff, the Seminoles will play NC State and UCF. The start of the round begins for all teams and players at 8:45 a.m.

20e Annual Landing Tradition / Oct. 28-30, 2022
Country Club of Landfall/Wilmington, NC/Par 72
T3-State of Florida, 572
T2.-Charlotte Heath, 138
T13-Lottie Pastel, 141
T31.-Amelia Williamson, 145
T50.-Jacqui Putrino, 150
T69.-Alice Hodge, 152

20e Annual Landing Tradition / Oct. 28-30, 2022
Country Club of Landfall/Wilmington, NC/Par 72
1.-State of San José, 562
2.-Wake Forest, 566
T3.-State of Florida, 572
T3.-South Carolina, 572
5.-NC State, 574
6.-UCF, 580
7.-Michigan, 581
T8.-Tennessee, 582
T8.-Purdue, 582
10.-Alabama, 583
T11.-State of Michigan, 585
T11.-Maryland, 585
13.-Furman, 588
14.-Duke, 589
15.-North Carolina, 598
16.-UNCW, 600
17.-Virginia Tech, 602
18-Penn State, 617

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