Daniella Castaneda led the way for FAU on the Final Day
Pallastrone Continues to Lead the Owls
Pallastrone Leads the Owls following 18 Holes
Tai Barber was the Top Finisher for the Owls
Junior Heather Netti led the Owls after 54-holes
2014-15 Women's Golf Team & Action Photos
-Shot a season-low round of 75 at the Jacksonville University Classic.
-Tied for 17th at the Lady Falcon Invitational with a two-round total of 158 (+14).
-Had a season-ending injury in the fall.
-Had a season stroke average of 79.88.
-Named to the 2014-15 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
-Finished the season as FAU's second best scorer with a scoring average of 79.11.
-Had her best finish, fifth place, in the Seminole State Spring Break Invitational and finished 11-over 155.
-Shot 69, her lowest round of the year, on the third day of the 36th Annual Pat Bradley Invitational and tied for 19th.
-Finished 14th in the 2013 Hatter Classic with a total of 23-over 239.
-Caddied for her father Bernhard Langer on the Champions Tour this summer and was there for his first place finish in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
-Made her FAU debut at the Lady Falcon Invitational, tied for 48th with a total score of 37-over 181.
-Tied for 30th at the 2012 Hatters Classic, averaging 83, and shot 81 in the second round for her lowest round of the season.
-Earned her best finish for the season tying for 8th at the Gary Freeman BCU Spring Invitational, shot 82 in both rounds to finish 20-over 164.
-Played 12 rounds for the season.
-Played at Boca Raton Christian School for Coach Carol Ciovola.
-Daughter of Vikki and professional golfer Bernhard Langer.
-Hobbies include cooking, tennis, soccer, skiing, fitness and nutrition.
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