Stephanie Meadow’s win at the 2014 Lady Puerto Rico Classic was featured on University of Alabama’s athletic page Tuesday, February 18th. Meadow, an IJGA graduate and current senior at University of Alabama, earned co-medalist honors at the 2014 Lady Puerto Rico Classic on the par-72, 6,191-yard River Course at the Wyndham Rio Resort and Mar Country Club. Meadow shot her second straight 4-under-par 68 on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 to grab her ninth career victory, increasing her record to three-times more wins than any player in Alabama history.
In Alabama’s article, head coach Mic Potter commented on Meadows’ impressive mental game. “The most encouraging thing I saw from Stephanie [Meadow] this weekend was after she made double bogey on two of her first three holes, she still came back and shot five under for the tournament – that is pretty impressive. She understands that she has to stay committed no matter what. She stays with the process all the way through and good things happen when you do that,” Potter said.
Meadow began the tournament coming off a victory at her last event, The Landfall Tradition on Oct. 25-27, 2013, and looks to continue her streak at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate at English Turn Country Club in New Orleans on Feb. 23-25, 2014.
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