Filler, Fuller named to All-SEC Second Team; Manzalini Tabbed Community Service Team

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama- Maisie Filler and Annabell Fuller were both named to the All-SEC Second Team and Clara Manzalini to the SEC’s Community Service Team, the conference office announced Thursday.

Filler appeared in all 11 tournaments this season and had a game-low 72.3 average with a 14-under par team, including eight in the 60s. In the fall finals, she tied the second all-time in program history for a low 54 holes at 203 (-13) and was one stroke away from the program record set by current Epson Tour Pro Sam Wagner in 2016.

She set career highs in round (65), finish (2) and tournament (203) this season. The Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., native competed in the 2022 SEC Championship to send the Gators to the Finals. In the quarterfinals against Auburn, Filler was two holes behind on the turn as the Tigers won back-to-back runs after Florida won the first two to lock up the semifinal 2-2. A win on 14 from Filler tied her and a huge putt on 16 put her 1-up, then she clinched it with a birdie on 17. It was the first appearance in a match final play for the Gators since being added in 2018.

Also playing in all 33 rounds (11 tournaments), Fuller posted a team record with three top-5 finishes with three straight – T4, T3, 2nd – to close out the regular season. She was tied for second on the team with six rounds in the 60s and tied her career high with a 66 in the spring opener. Fuller earns back-to-back second-team conference honors as she was also named SEC Golfer of the Week this season for the second time in her career.

Manzalini participated in several community service events throughout the season. She has worked with the Gator Lunch Buddies and Gators Read programs. The elder has also taught sportsmanship to local scouts while helping out at Gators Track, an event that collects and delivers shoes to underprivileged youth in the area.

DRY PRICE

FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC
Ingrid Lindblad, LSU
Polly Mac, Alabama
Julia Lopez Ramirez, State of Mississippi
Kajal Mistry, Arkansas
Hannah Darling, South Carolina
Benedetta Moresco, Alabama
Chiara Tamburlini, Ole Miss
Blanca Fernandez García-Poggio, Texas A&M



SECOND TEAM ALL-SEC
Megan Schofill, Auburn

Annabell FullerFlorida

Maisie FillerFlorida
Anna Foster, Auburn
Mathilde Claisse, South Carolina
Louise Rydqvist, South Carolina
Carla Tejedo, LSU
Tai Anudit, South Carolina



CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR
Garrett Runion, LSU
Kalen Anderson, South Carolina



PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Ingrid Lindblad, LSU



STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Benedetta Moresco, Alabama



FIRST YEAR OF THE YEAR
Julia Lopez Ramirez, State of Mississippi



FIRST YEAR TEAM
Louise Rydqvist, South Carolina
Hannah Darling, South Carolina
Elsa Svensson, LSU
Julia Lopez Ramirez, State of Mississippi
Adela Cernousek, Texas A&M
Natacha Host Husted, Ole Miss
Isabella van der Biest, Alabamaq
Bailey Davis, Tennessee
Natasha KielVanderbilt
LoraLie Cowart, Georgia



COMMUNITY SERVICE TEAM
Caroline Caminoli, Alabama
Ela Anacona, Arkansas
Ashley Sinclair, Auburn

Clara ManzaliniFlorida
Caroline Craig, Georgia
Laney Frye, Kentucky
Alden Wallace, LSU
Ellen Hutchinson-Kay, Ole Miss
Abbey Daniel, Mississippi State
Noelle Beijer, Missouri
Louise Rydqvist, South Carolina
Mikayla Bardwell, Tennessee
Brooke Tyree, Texas A&M
Jayna ChoiVanderbilt

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