Duke women shoot third-lowest round in NCAA history, win Florida State Match Up

Duke is going need to update its women’s golf record books after its latest victory.

The Blue Devils won the Florida State Match Up on Saturday at Seminole Legacy in Tallahassee, Florida. Duke shot 30 under to beat the hosts, Florida State, by 10 shots to pick up its second win of the year. However, it’s the second-round performance that’s the talk of the tournament.

Duke shot 24-under 264, the third-lowest 18-hole score in NCAA women’s college golf history, on Friday afternoon. It set a new Duke 18-hole record, put the Blue Devils at 31-under 545 after 36 holes, also a new school record.

Meanwhile, freshman Katie Li picked up the first win of her college career, finishing at 12 under to win by three shots over Florida State’s Lottie Woad and Baylor’s Rosie Belsham. Li’s mark of 12 under after 36 holes was a school record, and she became the first freshman to record consecutive rounds of 66 or better.

For legendary coach Dan Brooks, it’s his 143rd victory leading the Blue Devils, the most by any women’s golf coach in NCAA Division I history. It’s also the lowest winning score in the history of the tournament.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek