MEN'S GOLFER OF THE WEEK
Sam Horsfield, Florida
" Freshman Sam Horsfield picked up his first collegiate title at the Sea Best Invitational, carding a career-best 7-under 203 to win by three strokes.
" He opened the tournament with a 5-under 65, the third-best freshman round by score in school history. " Horsfield's victory is the first win by a Gator freshman since 2006, when Billy Horschel tied for the title at the NCAA Regional Championship.
" His 65 contributed to the Gators' opening-round -15 (265), which tied for the lowest team round by score in Florida.
MEN'S FRESHMAN GOLFER OF THE WEEK
Charles Kim, Arkansas
" Made not only his first start as a Razorback, but his first collegiate start at the Sea Best Invitational at TPC Sawgrass, tying for 23rd place in the 84-player field.
" Turned in a counting score in two of three rounds with a 72-72-73/217 (+7) scorecard.
" Led Arkansas and finished tied for second in the field in par 3 scoring at two-under.
" Transferred to Arkansas to start the second semester and started his first event as a Razorback.
WOMEN'S GOLFER OF THE WEEK
Taylor Tomlinson, Florida
" Leads the Gators with the lowest scoring average on the team of 72.3.
" At the Florida Challenge led the Gators to the team title.
" Won a share of the individual title by posting her third under par tournament total of the season a three-under 141 at the 36-hole Florida Challenge on Feb. 1st.
" The only SEC player with two collegiate wins this season.
" Finished tied for 20th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge, for her fifth top-20 finish of the season with a score of +8 (221).
WOMEN'S FRESHMAN GOLFER OF THE WEEK
Cheyenne Knight, Alabama
" Knight was instrumental in helping the Crimson Tide place second at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge, an event that featured five of the top 10 teams in the country.
" The freshman from Aledo, Texas, was under par in both the first and third rounds, leading Alabama in Tuesday's final round with a 2-under 69.
" Overall, Cheyenne finished tied for eighth on the individual leaderboard at 215 (+2).
" She has now finished inside the top 20 of all four collegiate events of her career, including twice placing inside the top 10.