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SEC Golfers of the Week: October 13

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 Daniel Rodrigues, Texas A&M

Tallied his first career collegiate victory at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational with an 11-under par score of 205.

Matched the low 54-hole total originally set by Arkansas' Luke Long in 2021.

Rodrigues fired rounds of 69-66-70 to take a two-stroke win over runner-up Sarut Vongchaisit of Ole Miss.

 Bryce Lewis, Tennessee

In addition to aiding the Vols in winning the Purdue Fall Invitational team title, captured the event's individual title Tuesday with an 8-under performance-four strokes better than the second-place finisher.

Made 19 total birdies over the course of the tournament's three rounds.

It marked his second career tournament title, joining the 2021 Country Club of Birmingham Invitational.


 Jaime Montojo, Texas A&M

Tied for 18th at Blessings with a score of 221.

His score counted twice in the Aggies' record-setting 20-stroke victory in Arkansas.

Montojo, from Madrid, Spain, was playing in just his second collegiate tournament.


 Jenny Bae, Georgia

Shot a school-record 16-under 200 to capture medalist honors at the Illini Invitational at historic Medinah Country Club.

Broke the Georgia individual tournament record by four strokes, bettering Bailey Tardy's 12-under effort at the 2015 Windy City Collegiate.

Led the Bulldogs to a 24-under team score at Medinah, which broke Georgia's existing school tournament record of 19-under by five strokes.

Carded three rounds in the 60s (67-67-66) en route to her victory and now has posted scores in the 60s during six of her nine fall rounds to date.

Equaled her career-low loop in the final round with a 6-under 66.

Finished the final round with a pair of birdies to secure a two-shot victory and earn her second collegiate victory.

Improved to a combined 27-under in three tournaments this fall with individual finishes of first, second and 10th.

 Julia Lopez Ramirez, Mississippi State

Captured Fourth Career Individual Title at 2022 Westbrook Invitational.

In the opening round, Lopez Ramirez broke the women's records for Blessings Golf Club Course Record and Blessings Collegiate Invitational's lowest round (65, 7-under par).

Lopez Ramirez paced the field from start to finish in her victory as she never dropped below second throughout the event.

In the final round, Lopez Ramirez delivered her 13th round in the 60s, carding a 6-under par 66 in the final round.

Throughout the event, Lopez Ramirez sunk 19 birdies, most of the event.


 Kynadie Adams, Alabama

Adams tied for fourth overall at the Illini Women's Golf Invitational at Medinah.

The Nashville, Tenn., native carded four consecutive rounds in the 60s and finished the event with an 11-under par 205 (68-69-68).

Adams led the entire field with 20 birdies across the 54 holes played.

Her final round of 4-under par 68 Tuesday marked the lowest for any UA golfer on the day.