American College Golf Guide
Daytona State College Daytona State Lady Falcons
Women's Golf Program
1200 International Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach, Florida 32120
Organizations: NJCAA
Conferences:

Golf Scholarships: Yes Yes
Academic and Financial Need Scholarships:Yes Yes


Demographics Information
City/Town Pop. Type Founded Enrollment Gender Mix
50K - 100K Public 1957 15,000 40% M - 60% F

Tuition, Room, and Board
Area Resident State Resident Non-resident R & B
$ 3,124 $ 11,646 $ 0
Daytona State Lady Falcons 2018 - 2019 Tournaments
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  Tournament Name Start Date Tournament Type Course Location Finish Place
1 Lady Falcon Invitational 09/14/2018 season LPGA International DaytonaBeach FL 2
2 Lady Paladin Invitational 09/21/2018 season Furman G.C. Greenville SC 15
3 BUBBABurgerJacksonvilleClassic 10/01/2018 season Marsh Landing C.C. Ponte Vedra, FL 11
4 Palmetto Intercollegiate 10/21/2018 season Kiawah Island Turtle Pt. Kiawah IslandSC 7
5 JU Amelia Island Collegiate 02/18/2019 season Amelia National G.C. FernandinaBchFL 9
6 UNF Collegiate 03/04/2019 season Jacksonville G.C. J’ville FL 17
7 Florida Gators Invitational 03/09/2019 season Mark Bostick GC Gainesville FL 13
8 Valspar Augusta Invitational 03/16/2019 season Forest Hills G.C. Augusta GA 6
9 Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic 04/11/2019 season Univ. of Georgia G.C. Athens GA 9
10 NJCAA Region 8 Championship 04/27/2019 conf Rockledge C.C. Rockledge FL 2
11 2019 NJCAA Womens Nat’l Champ 05/13/2019 champ LPGA International Daytona BeachFL 2
Daytona State Lady Falcons 2019 - 2020 Tournaments. (Note: Events & scores added as played)
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  Tournament Name Start Date Tournament Type Course Location Finish Place
Head Coach: Laura Brown
Office Phone: 386-506-3282
Fax: 386-506-4485
Email: laura.brown@daytonastate.edu

Coach Laura Brown (since 1997) earned Southwestern Conference's Freshman of the Year honors her first year at the University of Florida.

Daytona Beach Community College changed their name to Daytona State College in June 2008.

Three-time defending champion Daytona State College was no match for the winner, taking second in the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association Championship at LPGA International's Hills Course in Daytona Beach, Fla. Seminole State opened up a sizable first-round lead, and continued to pour it on, winning its second title in five years with a 23-shot win over the Falcons. Rounding out the top five were Western Texas in third, McLennan in fourth and Murray State in fifth. The course was par 72, measured 6,133 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 92.2 strokes.

The Falcons had three players finish among the top 10. Hollie Muse tied for fourth (77-74-76=227), Alison Crenshaw was sixth (74-77-77=228) and Jessica Bailey took eighth (79-76-78=233).

Daytona State College won the 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 National Junior College Athletic Assocation (NJCAA) Championship, and placed second in 2015.

Daytona State College defeated Seminole State to win the 2014 NJCAA Region 8 Championship).

For the third time in four years, Daytona State won the 2013 NJCAA Championship, and won the NJCAA Region 8 Championship.

The Falcons placed fourth in the 2012 NJCAA Championship, won the 2010 tournament and took second in 2008 and 2009.

Brown qualified for the LPGA tour in 1994, and competed on the tour in 1995 and 1997.

Brown received her bachelor's degree in recreation from UF.

Facilities:
Recent Freshman Class Profile:
Average SAT (EBRW + Math) 0
SAT 25-75 Percentile -
Average ACT
ACT 25-75 Percentile -
Application Deadline
Acceptance Rate %
(The 25-75 Percentile indicates the middle 50%)
Avaliable Major Fields of Study
Golf Course Superintendent, Turf Management
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