SEC Golf Athletes of the Week: Feb. 7

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This week’s male golfer

nathan franks south carolina
junior Roebuck, South Carolina
  • He recorded his first career victory with a four-shot victory over teammate Rafe Reynolds at Thomas Sharkey Private College (February 3-4).
  • He posted a career-best score of 204 (-12) through 54 holes, making him the only player in the 79-player field to reach a double-digit under par total score.
  • He shot 68-66-72, and his second-round score of 66 (-6) was a season-best and tied his career-low score for the first time.

This week’s male golfer

Daniel Rodriguez Texas A&M
Senior Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
  • Rodriguez finished tied for fifth at the Arizona National Invitational Tournament at the famous Omni Tucson National with a score of 15-under 201.
  • After starting the tournament with a 2-under 70, he shot a 66 and finished the tournament with a season-best 65.
  • His 15-under record was a college career best for a three-round tournament.
  • In the final round, he made an eagle on the final hole and made six birdies to finish at 7 under.
  • This is his second consecutive top-5 finish and third consecutive top-10 finish.

This week’s male golfer

Jack Lundin missouri
Senior Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  • In a field that included 11 schools ranked in the top 60 nationally, senior Jack Lundin finished fifth overall with a -15.
  • Lundin’s .201 is both a career-best score (by two strokes) and tied for the ninth-best score in school history.
  • The senior also helped the Tigers to a fifth-place team finish, beating SEC rival and No. 25 Texas A&M by one stroke.
  • Lundin led the Tigers with 830 tournaments, marking the seventh-best mark in school history.
  • Overall, Lundin had three eagles and 16 birdies throughout the 54-hole tournament.

This week’s male freshmen

Drew Wilson mississippi
Father Potts Camp, Miss.
  • Finished tied for 3rd place in the 2024 Thomas Sharkey Individual University.
  • He was the best freshman and third place SEC golfer in this event.
  • Selected to the Thomas Sharkey Individual Collegiate All-Tournament Team.
  • In the second round, he shot a career-low 7-under 65. This was tied for the lowest round for a Bulldog golfer this year.
  • He had the third-lowest round for an SEC freshman this season.

This week’s male freshmen

luke poulter florida
Father Orlando, Florida
  • Completed a 6-hour individual race at the Seabest Invitational.
  • The score for 54 holes was 210 (E).
  • Shooting score in the third round was 67 (-3).
  • Tied for 4th with 12 birdies.

This week’s female golfer

Ingrid Lindblad LSU
group Halmstad, Sweden
  • At the Puerto Rico Classic, the first tournament of the spring semester, he finished alone in second place with a 54-hole total of 8-under 208. The round was 71 wins, 69 losses, and 68 losses.
  • SEC lowest of the league’s five teams in the tournament.
  • He recorded 11 birdies and one eagle in this event. He played the par 5 at 6 under.
  • It was LSU’s 28th top-5 finish, adding to his school record of 37 top-10 finishes in 44 games played.
  • He contributed to the Tigers’ runner-up victory.

This week’s female golfer

hannah darling south carolina
junior midlothian, scotland
  • He helped the No. 6 Shamcocks to their second win of the season with a 3-0 record at the Therese Hession Regional Team Challenge (February 3-5) held in West Palos Verdes Estates, California.
  • The team defeated Arizona, No. 7 Oregon, and No. 1 Wake Forest for the title.
  • Dahlin led the team in birdies and total hole wins with three matches won.
  • She defeated WAGR No. 40 Carolina Lopez Chacala 2&1, and her team defeated the top-ranked Demon Deacons 4-1. Dahlin hit 67 shots (-4) in the 18-hole match.
  • She also had two top-100 wins in her team’s 3-2 win over the No. 7 Ducks and a 5&4 win over WAGR No. 48 Chiara Romero.
  • The winning team will earn a sponsor exemption for one player to attend the LPGA’s Far Hills Seripak Championship, to be held at Palos Verdes Golf Club from March 21-24, and Darling will be selected to represent the Shamcocks. , made his professional debut at the same tournament.

This week’s female freshmen

maria jose marin arkansas
Father Cali, Colombia
  • Jose Marin, No. 1 in the spike mark rankings, made a big comeback at the Purdue Puerto Rico Classic, finishing the tournament under par for the fourth straight year as a collegiate golfer with a 1-under 215 (77 wins, 71 losses). 67).
  • He shot a 5-under 67 in the third round, a career-low round for a freshman, and moved up 24 spots on the final day to tie for 16th place.
  • In the final round, Jose Marin made 5 birdies, 13 pars and finished 18 holes bogey-free.
  • She shot a 71 in the second round, helping her get back on track after a tough start to the tournament.
  • Jose Marin finished the tournament with nine birdies and 39 pars. As a freshman, Jose Marin had nine rounds under par and five rounds in the 60s.
  • She tied for the lowest 54-hole score among all freshmen in the field.

This week’s female freshmen

Eva Merrill Vanderbilt
Father Johns Creek, Georgia
  • Finished playing T6 individually at the FAU Paradise Invitational (-2, 214).
  • His second round was a 4-under 68, the lowest round of his college career.
  • In the final round, he shot a 1-under 71.

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