Seminole State's women's golf team finished third out of 23 teams at the Jekyll Island Women's Collegiate Invitational, which took place March 18-21, at the Indian Mound Golf Course in Georgia.
The Raiders had a combined score of 992 (335-331-326), 41 strokes behind champion Methodist University. Team leader Victoria Seenath celebrated her best performance of the year, coming in fifth overall with a three-round score of 235 (75-81-79). Fabys Barreto also stood out, finishing tied for 10th with a score of 242 (85-78-79).
Also contributing for the Raiders were: Breanna White (258), Kristin Galek (268) and Jessica Wolchick (270).
For more information and a complete tournament schedule, visit the Raider women's golf home page.
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