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USF Women’s Golf Season Ends at NCAA Bermuda Run Regional

BERMUDA RUN, NC, May 8, 2024 – The University of South Florida women’s golf team, playing back-to-back NCAA Regionals for the first time since 2001-02, finished eighth as their record-setting season came to an end at the NCAA Bermuda Run Regional.

The 34e-ranked Bulls, seeking their fifth appearance in the NCAA Championship round, moved up one spot after closing with a 294 (+6) in the final round. USF opened with a 300 (+12), improved 10 shots with a 290 (+2) in the second round. For the tournament, the Bulls shot 884 (+20).

Senior Melanie Green, the AAC Women’s Golfer of the Year, led the Bulls. Green, ranked 20e nationally she finished with a 69 (-3), her low round of the tournament, which moved her up five places to a tie for 13e. She made four birdies in her round, including her final two holes. After an opening round 72 (E), Green shot 71 (-1) in the second round for a 54-hole total of 212 (-4). In the 2023-2024 season, she shot par or better in 32 of 33 rounds.

Graduate Student Transfer Alyssa Montgomery shot under par in the final two rounds and carded a pair of one-under 71s. In the final round, Montgomery made four birdies as she moved 11 spots in the standings to finish tied for 24th.e. Montgomery shot an opening round 76 (+4) and finished with a 54-hole total of 218 (+2).

Senior Alizee Vidal rose 12 places and closed with a 74 (+2) to end up in a shared 42nd placeNL) at 227 (+11). Vidal opened with a 79 (+7), improved five shots with a second-round 74 (+2)

Freshman Emma Falcher opened with 74 (+2) in each of the first two rounds. Falcher finished with an 80 (+8) and tied for 46e at 288 (+12).

Junior Leonor Medeiros contributed a scoring round with an opening 78 (+6). She shot 83 (+11) in the second round and closed with an 80 (+8) to finish at 241 (+25), tied for 61st.

Bulls team scores
Place RD1 RD 2 RD 3 Total

T13 Melanie Green (Sr./Medina, NY) 72 71 69 -4 (212)
T24 Alyssa Montgomery (Gr./Knoxville, Ten.) 76 71 71 +2 (218)
T42 Alizee Vidal (Sr./Le Gosier, France) 79 74 74 +11 (227)
T46 Emma Falcher (Fr./Fousenant, France) 74 74 80 +12 (228)
T61 Leonor Medeiros (So./Palmela, Portugal) 78 83 80 +25 (241)

Tournament team scores
Place RD1 RD2 RD3 Total

1 Ole Miss 283 281 279 -21 (843)
2 Texas 285 279 280 -20 (844)
3 Wakebos 277 281 288 -18 (846)
4 State of Mississippi 283 288 290 -3 (861)
5 State of Oregon 285 293 284 -2 (862)
6 Tennessee 278 294 295 +3 (867)
7 North Texas 293 281 304 +14 (878)
8 South Florida 300 290 294 +20 (884)
9 UCF 293 294 298 +21 (888)
10 Marine 302 299 309 +46 (910)
11 Charleston South 308 301 302 +47 (911)
12 Delaware 304 306 307 +53 (917)

About USF Women’s Golf
The 2023-24 season will be the Bulls’ sixth full season under head coach Erika Brennan. South Florida is among the nation’s fastest-rising programs as they rose 75 spots in the national GulfStat rankings after Brennan’s first season in 2018-19. The Bulls have earned two NCAA regional bids, in 2022-23 and 2023-24, and have captured six tournament titles under Brennan while setting numerous program scoring records under her leadership. Senior striking Melanie Green, the AAC Conference Player of the Year in 2023-2024, was an all-conference performer in each of her first four seasons, qualified as an individual for the 2022 NCAA Regional and was named an All-American Honorable Mention in 2023. Green and the Bulls reached the NCAA Regional as a team in 2023, marking the program’s first postseason appearance in 11 years. Follow @USFWGolf on Twitter for the latest information about the program.

– #GoBulls –