Seminole State women’s golf team wins NJCAA championship

Thursday, May 16, 2019
Written by: Seminole State Staff

Seminole State College of Florida’s women’s golf team capped off a historic season this week with a decisive victory to be crowned national champions.

Following a season of high-level play, the Raiders won the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Women’s National Championship Tournament at LPGA International Golf Club - Hill Course in Daytona Beach, May 13-16.

The Raiders shot a three-round team total of 900 (300-297-303) to top the other 18 teams, including a tournament-best team round of 297 on Wednesday. The Raiders finished with a 23 stroke lead over second-place Daytona State College.

Tai Anudit was individual champion and Coach Christa Teno was named coach of the year.

Congratulations to Coach Christa Teno and  Raiders Tai Anudit, Samantha Brimhall, Brigitte Clements, Maria Cowan, Alexandra Giles, Nicole Stewart, Karntida Thantamnu, and Sophia Warren on an historic win and season. 

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