ATLANTA – After posting a tie for sixth at 2-under 214 (70-72-72) among 75 individuals in her Osprey debut at the Badger Invite, North Florida's Wyndom Burnett heard her name called by the league office as the ASUN Conference Women's Golfer of the Week on Thursday. The sophomore posted a 2-under 70 in her first-ever collegiate round of golf in Wisconsin and all three rounds were recorded at par-or-better en route to 10 birdies and 36 pars in the event. Burnett's play helped UNF earn a tie for fourth as a group.
ASUN Women's Golfer of the Week
Wyndom Burnett, North Florida
Sophomore | Citrus Springs, Fla.
- First Career ASUN Golfer of the Week honor; 32nd nod in the category in North Florida history
- Finished the Badger Invite tied for sixth at 2-under 214 (70-72-72) among 75 individuals in her Osprey debut
- Shot 2-under 70 in her first-ever collegiate round of golf in Wisconsin; all three rounds were recorded at par-or-better
- Was the top Osprey scorer over the course of the week; tied for fourth in average score on par 3s at 2-under (2.87)
- Recorded 10 birdies and 36 pars to stand just outside of the top 10 in those categories; UNF finished tied for fourth as a team in the event
Other Nominees: Elisa Orduna Shackleton, Eastern Kentucky; Meva Schmit, Kennesaw State; Jackie Klemm, North Alabama.
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