TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) — Senior Florida State golfer Amelia Williamson, who won the individual championship at the Florida State Match Up, has been named the ACC’s Co-Golfer of the Month for February. She averaged 70.33 in six rounds across two tournaments, had 10-under par and earned two individual top-10 finishes during the month. Williamson helped the Seminoles to the tag team championship at the Moon Invitational and a runner-up finish in the Florida State Match Up at the Seminole Legacy Golf Course.

Williamson is the No. 1 ranked player in the ACC and the No. 8 player overall in the nation according to Golfstat rankings. She is the only ACC player ranked in the top 15 in the country by Golfstat.

Williamson totaled scores of 72-70-71 for a 3-under 213 to finish in ninth place at the Moon Invitational. His individual finish helped the Seminoles win the tag team championship with a wire-to-wire performance and win over nine top-25 ranked teams in the nation.

Williamson went 70-68-71 for a 7-under 209 to finish as the individual champion at the Florida State Match Up. She had her season-low score of 68 in the second round – a score that propelled her to first place in the individual standings, where she remained for the duration of the tournament on the Seminoles’ home course.

Williamson scored five of six rounds (including five in a row) under par in both events in February. She is currently the team leader with an average of 70.33 shots this spring and is the Florida State leader with an average of 70.47 shots this year (fall and spring seasons combined).

Williamson was named co-ACC Golfer of the Month with Wake Forest’s Carolina Chacarra

Williamson and Florida State continue their spring season at the Valspar Augusta Invitational at Forest Hill Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia (March 12-13). The Seminoles have earned five top-four team placings, including championships at the Barbara Nicklaus Cup and the Moon Invitational.