GAINESVILLE — Anahi Servin of Academy of Art won the individual NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championships on Thursday at Chattahoochee Golf Course.
Servin took a three-shot lead into Thursday’s final round, and despite bogeys on two of the last three holes, fired a 1-over 73 (211 overall) and took pull away for a four-shot win over Olivia Mitchell (1-under 215) of Dallas Baptist.
Servin won the title with her play on the front-9. She was 3-under while Mitchell was 3-over on the front-9 for the tournament.
Jordan Karrh, also from Dallas Baptist, took third after finishing at even par (216). Lee University’s Supuschaya Srinchantamit also finished at even par 216 while Jessica Rathbone of Anderson (S.C.) finished fifth at 1-over 217.
As for the team competition, the top eight teams moved on to Friday’s quarterfinal round in the morning, which will be head-to-head medal match play. The four winners in the quarterfinal round will move on to the semifinals in the afternoon.
The finals are scheduled for Saturday.
Top-seeded Dallas Baptist led the eight-team field with a 20-over par, 884 overall score after the opening three rounds. First-round leader Anderson (S.C.) is second at 30-over, Limestone University third at 34-over, Lee University fourth at 35-over, and Barry University is fifth at 36-over par.
West Texas A&M sits sixth at 37-over, Lynn seventh at 43-over, and Findlay (49-over) edged out Henderson State (50-over) and UIndy (51-over) to grab the final spot for the quarterfinals field.