The 2016-17 athletic year was another successful one for the Oilers, who saw a plethora of individual athletes achieve outstanding accomplishments. The UF athletic media relations staff has put together a list of the top-10 individual performances from the 2016-17 campaign and will be revealing them during the summer months.
#5 | Makenzie Torres | Women's Golf
Makenzie Torres followed up a fantastic freshman season with an incredible sophomore campaign. Torres became the Oilers first golfer to capture a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Championship and racked up a number of personal accolades during the 2016-17 season.
Torres led the conference championship from day one and ended up winning the individual title by nine strokes. She finished the event with a 54-hole score of 219 (+3), which is the fourth-lowest score in school history.
A first team all-region and all-conference pick, Torres finished the year ranked 24th in the nation with a scoring average of 75.54. She also finished in a tie for eighth among all NCAA Division II women's golfers with 74 birdies during the year.
The Grove City, Ohio native also added a pair of runner-up finishes for the Oilers this season as well. She finished second at the Dayton Invitational (10/18) and was also second at Perry Park Spring Fling (3/26).