LONGWOOD, Fla. -- The Rollins College womens golf team won their second consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship by firing a school-record 294 during the final round.
Sophomore NGCA Player of the Year repeated as the individual champion by shooting a 2-under-par 70 for a 4-round score of 299. The title marks the second NCAA women's golf title for Rollins and ninth women's golf national championship in school history.
The Tars tallied a 4-round score of 1196, 68 strokes ahead of second place finishers Ferris State and Florida Southern. The Tars had all five of their competitors finish in the top 7.
Senior Freddie Seeholzer shot a 73 to move into second place and finish one stroke behind Campbell with a 300.
Sophomore Mariana De Biase, who led after three rounds, finished tied for third place with a 303. Florida Southern's Pamela Feggans also shot a 303. Junior Ulrika Ljungman finished in fifth place with a 305 and senior Sabrina Gassner shot a 307, tied for sixth place with Western New Mexico's Kristen Kennedy.