Lacey Agnew ’06 led Woodward to three consecutive AAAA State Championships in golf. In 2006, she finished as the runner-up in individual medal play as a senior and was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman on a team that finished runner-up in the state tournament. Lacey also played basketball at Woodward where she was the starting guard. She helped lead the team to three regional championships and four state tournament appearances. She earned 10 varsity letters during her Woodward career—four in golf, four in basketball, and one each in volleyball and softball. Lacey credits Coach Jon Merrill for his influence on her entire athletic career. After Woodward, she joined the golf team at Florida State University. She played in the NCAA championship and holds the record for the lowest round in school history. Lacey notched six top 10 finishes and tied the Seminole school record with a low round of 65 which earned her selection to play in Asia. She began touring with the LPGA in 2012. Lacey has participated in several LPGA Futures Tour events since graduating from FSU. She tied for 20th which gained her provision- al status on the LPGA Tour and full-exempt status on the Symetra Tour. Lacey enjoys the love and support of her parents, Janet and Wes, her brothers, Tripp and Carter, and her nephew, Logan.
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